The Joint Commission Compliance Training with LMS
The Most Effective and Comprehensive Joint Commission Training for Hospitals and Healthcare Practices.
What is The Joint Commission Compliance training
Joint Commission accreditation has value. It shows that you are committed to providing quality patient care. To get accredited, you need to implement the TJC standards and ensure that you continue to comply with them. For this, you must train your workers. Train them in what the Joint Commission standards are, why they are important, and how to follow them.
With emPower’s Joint Commission training module, you can cover 16 of the important topics that your staff needs to learn about. This includes training on abuse, neglect, and exploitation, ergonomics hazards, lifting and transferring patients, patient rights and so on.
The Joint Commission Course Overview
What you will learn
For clinicians who want to learn about the Joint Commission standards, emPower provides a package of 16 training courses. These online interactive courses cover different topics that you need to know to comply with the regulations. You’ll learn about topics such as ergonomic hazards, blood borne pathogens, Prevention of HBV, latex allergy and so on. Each course offers a certificate-of-completion that you can earn by passing a test.
Hospitals and other healthcare organizations subscribing to the package would also get access to emPower’s proprietary cloud based learning management system with which you can manage and monitor training across your organization.
Why it is important
In healthcare, The Joint Commission is the most respected standards setting organization. Processes based upon their standards inspire confidence in care providers. But, such processes require rigorous and regular training. Without appropriate training, your processes can suffer, and you may fail to meet the standard of care set by The Joint Commission.
To assist you, emPower provides a 16 module training, and a state of the art learning management system. With our learning portal in place, you can administer, monitor, and manage your training program. In addition, you’ll be able to create easy to access and easy to understand training records. Thus, reducing not just your training time, but your response to requests for training records by auditors.
Courses in Module
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One of the best learning management systems in its category. With a phenomenal web-based mobile friendly user interface, emPower has transformed the traditional compliance management space. With its cloud based interactive technology, everyday training activities have become fun and fulfilling.
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Partners can white label the emPower learning management system as required. Modules can be activated and deactivated. Employee training, policy attestation, document management, simulated phishing tests, surveys, and checklists, you can use any or all the modules.
Agencies can rebrand their learning portals with their logo and language. Limit or grant administrative access. Create and upload their own content. emPower is your one stop solution for training and regulatory compliance.
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The Joint Commission is the largest and oldest accrediting agency in healthcare. Their accreditation is considered a gold standard. In short, it means that your hospital meets the quality, care and safety standards set by The Joint Commission.
JCI offers accreditation to organizations that deliver treatment and care across the world. Getting certified by JCI validates your standard of care. It also demonstrates your commitment to upholding the standards of care and safety set by JCI.
To get accredited by JCI, you need to pass an onsite survey by their team. The JCI team would observe and assess your compliance with the JCI standards. For this, their teams would look at your records, interact with patients and your staff to evaluate your commitment to compliance.