Is being Joint Commission compliant enough to be able to prepare, respond and recover from a disaster?
Course title: Healthcare Emergency Management.
Is being Joint Commission compliant enough to be able to prepare, respond and recover from a disaster? Explain your answer.
Review the JC Lessons Learned. What lesson learned resonated with you? Why?
1. Joint Commission Lessons Learned “In attachments”
Review the following websites: https://www.jointcommission.org/resources/patient-…
SOME IMPORTANT NOTE:
MINIMUM 2 PAGES, provide examples, ideas, thoughts, arguments, etc…
MUST CHECK THE READINGS.
Use peer reviewed resource ONLY.
75% OF THE PAPER MUST BE YOUR OWN WORDS NOT REFERENCES.
The paper MUST use APA formatting correctly or I’ll lose points for each mistake on it,
Write as a student don’t leave a fact without citing it.
DON’T FORGET IN-TEXT CITATION. DON’T PUT IT AT THE END OF THE PARAGRAPH ONLY.
THIS IS OUT OF THIS ASSIGNMENT
so I have a case study on this course, if you are interested, let me know to copy the instructions here, because we gonna choose the topic, so I thought it’s better to see your ideas about the topic.
Final Paper/Case Study: Each student will be required to write a 6‐9 page (approximately 3000 words) case study on a hospital/healthcare response to a crisis or disaster. The case study must include detailed analysis of the hospital/healthcare setting, the disaster/crisis, assessment of site/location capabilities, evaluation of response challenges and outcomes, and your proposed solutions to the identified challenges. DO NOT just regurgitate the event details, provide solutions and be persuasive. The final paper should demonstrate knowledge of the event and the critical thinking skills needed to respond and recover. Format should be APA in 12 Point Times Roman font; double spaced. Topics need to be submitted for instructor approval by the end of this week.
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