Saud Juman, CEO and Founder of PolicyMedical, recently published an article on Becker’s Hospital Review, providing 5 reasons as to how policy management improves compliance. He touches upon topics such as preparing for audits, reducing occupational inefficiencies and operation costs, tracking employees’ comprehension of new policies, including other issues that we need to focus on in the healthcare industry.
Below is a brief excerpt from the article:
5 Ways Policy Management Improves Compliance
“Hospitals deal with numerous requirements from local, state and national regulatory bodies. These requirements set the standards for what is acceptable and unacceptable, while also giving hospitals valuable credentials and instilling a sense of trust with patients and the wider community.
The Joint Commission, HIPAA and CMS, among others, set and enforce standards hospitals must comply with. Non-compliance with these regulatory bodies can lead to a loss of accreditation, fines, criminal and civil action, and compromised patient safety to name just a few. A well-managed set of policies can aid a hospital in creating and maintaining policies that keep them up to date on these requirements and in compliance with relevant bodies.
Here are five ways policy management will help your hospital improve compliance…”
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