Joint Commission Assessment

  • $10.00

The Joint Commission assessment is designed to assess the level of knowledge of administrators, clinicians, and/or managers involved in the accreditation process within a healthcare organization that are currently accredited or are actively seeking accreditation. Questions relate to what the survey process consists of, risk management strategies, and governance issues. The accreditation process is complex, therefore, this assessment will not only focus on basic knowledge necessary to aid a successful survey, but will include intermediate and advanced knowledge-based questions relevant for a variety of participants.

Assessments are also available for Healthcare Industry Terminology and Medical Records Legal Issues.

Number of questions 30
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Governance
Joint Commission and Purpose
Performance Improvement
Risk Management
Tasks tested Abbreviation Compliance
Adopting Policies
Changes in Organizational Function
Demonstrating Compliance - Time Frame
Determining Mission of the Organization
ESC Submissions
Five Rights of Medication Administration
Incident - Medication
Joint Commission Mission
Medicaid and Medicare
National Patient Safety Goals
National Safety Goals
New Additions to the Standards Chapter
Occurrences and Improvement
Outside Medications
Postponing a Survey
Public Information Interviews
Quality Assurance
Reason to Seek Accreditation
Recalled or Discontinued Medications
Reporting Compliance
Required Duration of Public Notices
Scheduling First-Time Accreditation Survey
Standard in Assessing Compliance
Standards for Full Compliance
Surgical Risk Management
Survey Process
Types of Occurrences
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)