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California Hospitals May Extend Two-Year Reappointment Period

Healthcare regulatory bodies have responded to the challenges of the coronavirus by relaxing standards with which hospitals must comply. Among them, the Joint Commission (“TJC”) and DNV GL, an international accredited registrar and classification society, have issued guidance for hospitals that addresses concerns regarding the timeliness of reappointments during the declared national emergency related to COVID-19.

According to a FAQ posted under TJC’s Emergency Management Standards, TJC will permit hospitals to grant an automatic extension of the two-year ...

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On January, 1, 2018, The Joint Commission’s (TJC) new and revised pain assessment and management standards go into effect for TJC accredited hospitals. The changes to the standards stem from a review commenced by The Joint Commission in 2016 to bring the preceding accreditation standards into alignment with leading practices in pain assessment and management, and the safe use of opioids. In light of these standards, hospitals and their medical staffs should review their current policies, protocols, and procedures to ensure their practices comply with the new TJC requirements.

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