New patient safety rules set by TJC are not supported by published evidence, study finds
3 days ago - By News Medical
If health care facilities such as hospitals and nursing homes don't follow patient safety rules set by The Joint Commission -; the independent organization responsible for accrediting health care facilities -; they may lose their accreditation, and consequently, lose patients and millions of dollars every year in funding.
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