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Until recently, emergency management had become a quick session during an accreditation survey. The session evaluated standards and ensured you met them. Often, the process seemed repetitive because standards were the same, and grant money was limited, so there wasn’t much to talk about. It probably seemed like you were going through the motions to meet standards and not moving forward.
With recent events, we are reminded of how essential emergency management is within healthcare. Think about how far emergency management has come within the last 15 years. Ask yourself, if you did not do anything, or just the minimum, how prepared would you be now? Even though emergency management seemed ominous, current times prove that processes and training are helping facilities manage the current crisis.
Since emergency management has become a strong focus in facilities, it is essential that your emergency management process is reviewed to identify unforeseen issues. Additionally, this will be heavily focused on in upcoming accreditation surveys. It is time to review your process and look for shortcomings while still utilizing processes in place.
Here are my recommendations for reviewing your program:
Being proactive with emergency management now is going to help you once standards and changes start being made. As stated above, utilizing a third party to help you will reduce the amount of time you spend in this area. If interested in approaching your review in this manner, this is a perfect example of how we (Soleran) as a third party can help. Take a look at your program and see what we can do to help you with the arduous process to come.
Engineering and Infection Control have, at times, been seen as separate entities functioning independently of each other (except for a construction project). This was especially true in the past, but current trends show these two areas are essential in supporting each other daily.
August 16, 2020
Presenters: Lance Woolf, Kawika Feltman, Robert Loseman, and Gene Mellin
October 14, 2020
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