November 30, 2010 | | Comments 0
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Joint Commission releases new website

The Joint Commission has launched extensive upgrades to its website in order to improve access to information about healthcare quality and safety. Based on research with healthcare organizations, healthcare professionals, consumers, and the like, the new website features:

  • Sign-ups for alerts to upcoming events, newsletters, and field reviews
  • A “Daily Update” section with new information from the past 24 hours
  • Enhanced search functionality and multi-media functionality for videos, podcasts, and RSS feeds
  • Interactive features such as blogs, discussion forums, speaker’s bureau request forms, and options to share information with other people
  • Easier navigation and search functionality
  • A Joint Commission events and conferences calendar

Visitors to the site will still be able to access Quality Check, The Joint Commission’s search engine for Joint Commission certified healthcare organizations located within the United States and its territories, and a tutorial of the new site is available here.

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Jackie Zagami About the Author: Jaclyn Beck is the associate director of the Association for Healthcare Accreditation Professionals (AHAP) where she manages AHAP Accreditation Connection, the annual AHAP conference, and contributes to the monthly publication Briefings on The Joint Commission.

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