UptimeHealth has named Taylor Dunn its Director of Compliance and Standards, continuing to build on its commitment of providing the industry’s best compliance software for outpatient facilities. Taylor has over 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry and specializes in Urgent Care Certification and Accreditation, with an emphasis on improvement of quality and standards.
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UptimeHealth collaborates with National Urgent Care Center Accreditation to automate compliance for members
The National Urgent Care Center Accreditation (NUCCA) is happy to announce the selection of UptimeHealth as the preferred choice to provide compliance software for accredited urgent care centers. The free compliance software will create operational efficiencies to help meet NUCCA Accreditation standards while improving the quality of patient care.
A missing device, a miscalibrated machine, a malfunctioning instrument, can be extremely disruptive to a tightly scheduled and planned day within a healthcare center. These events, often unanticipated and unplanned for, will inflict chaos into the day and force providers to move patients, reschedule appointments, or even refer out their patients in emergency situations.
Each month nurses also waste time trying to find the equipment they are looking for. The nursing staff spends 1 week per month on average to look for equipment that disappears from the facilities.
Urgent care EMRs provide significant time and cost-saving advantages for urgent care owners and operators. If you are tasked with selecting a functional solution for your facility, this article discusses the considerations to keep in mind, as well as the top 5 EMR solutions in 2020.
Healthcare operations professionals and center managers try their best to keep things in order and are always searching for tools to help them out. There isn’t a playbook on how to best manage the specific needs of a particular healthcare facility because they are all so different. This is why regulatory bodies usually provide broad guidelines and are not prescriptive.
It’s important to enforce these protocols and to hold your team accountable. These rules were put in place for the safety of patients and to ensure best practices are adhrered to. Everyone must do their part to ensure the practices and protocols are being followed.
There are a variety of protocols and guidelines for reopening a healthcare facility. These are put in place to make sure the facility is in good standing for the health of patients and the facilities’ accreditation. This year, guidelines are even more rigorous due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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