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Public Comment on Draft eCQMs for Advanced Certification in Total Hip and Total Knee Replacements (THKR)

Jessica Dulin Sanford's picture
Submitted by Jessica Dulin S... on March 6, 2018 - 6:37am

The Joint Commission (TJC) introduced an advanced certification program for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacements (THKR) in 2016. This voluntary certification program for accredited organizations supports quality, consistency, and safety throughout the pre-operative, intra-operative, and post-operative phases of care. The program applies to surgeries performed in the inpatient, hospital-based outpatient, and ambulatory surgery settings.  A set of performance measures was developed to enhance the Advanced Certification of THKR program.

Adapting Clinical Guidelines for the Digital Age - Kaizen Event

Edna Boone's picture
Submitted by Edna Boone on December 22, 2017 - 10:07am

“Adapting Clinical Guidelines for the Digital Age” is a CDC-driven initiative to improve patient care and health outcomes by working to ensure that clinical guidelines are not just evidenced-based, but are used in practice. Because there are multiple roles in developing and disseminating clinical guidelines, we must get a comprehensive understanding of the current challenges in translating guidelines in order to develop a standardized process for the future.

Adapting Clinical Guidelines for the Digital Age - Kaizen Event

Edna Boone's picture
Submitted by Edna Boone on December 22, 2017 - 10:06am

“Adapting Clinical Guidelines for the Digital Age” is a CDC-driven initiative to improve patient care and health outcomes by working to ensure that clinical guidelines are not just evidenced-based, but are used in practice. Because there are multiple roles in developing and disseminating clinical guidelines, we must get a comprehensive understanding of the current challenges in translating guidelines in order to develop a standardized process for the future.

 

Adapting Clinical Guidelines for the Digital Age - Kaizen Event

Edna Boone's picture
Submitted by Edna Boone on December 22, 2017 - 10:01am

“Adapting Clinical Guidelines for the Digital Age” is a CDC-driven initiative to improve patient care and health outcomes by working to ensure that clinical guidelines are not just evidenced-based, but are used in practice. Because there are multiple roles in developing and disseminating clinical guidelines, we must get a comprehensive understanding of the current challenges in translating guidelines in order to develop a standardized process for the future.

 

Adapting Clinical Guidelines for the Digital Age - Kaizen Event

Edna Boone's picture
Submitted by Edna Boone on December 22, 2017 - 10:00am

“Adapting Clinical Guidelines for the Digital Age” is a CDC-driven initiative to improve patient care and health outcomes by working to ensure that clinical guidelines are not just evidenced-based, but are used in practice. Because there are multiple roles in developing and disseminating clinical guidelines, we must get a comprehensive understanding of the current challenges in translating guidelines in order to develop a standardized process for the future.

 

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