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Jay Kumar is a Senior Managing Editor at HCPro working on accreditation, patient safety, and safety products.

HCPro Accreditation Professional Survey

Dear accreditation professional,

Your feedback is essential to us at HCPro. Please take just a few minutes to share your thoughts with us regarding ongoing and new challenges faced by you and your accreditation colleagues. In gratitude for your participation, you also have a chance to win $50 off any product in the HCPro Marketplace. Simply click on the link below to begin the survey. If the click-through does not work, please cut and paste the URL below into the address bar of your browser.

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Your responses are confidential, help us create better content, and give you the chance to win $50 off any HCPro product.

Here’s the link to the survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/W655N8M

All your answers are confidential and anonymous. If you have questions related to this survey, please contact me at the email below. The deadline to fill out the survey is May 30, 2016.

Thank you!

Sincerely,

Jay Kumar
Associate Product Manager
HCPro
jkumar@hcpro.com

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New name, new direction

Welcome to Accreditation & Quality Advisor, HCPro’s relaunched healthcare accreditation-centric blog! This site previously hosted the AHAP Blog (the archives are still available to read), which ran through November 2013. Going forward, we’ll be providing you three or more posts every week about issues of interest to accreditation professionals such as CMS and The Joint Commission requirements, patient safety and quality initiatives, infection control, and much more. We’ll also highlight HCPro products and free offerings for accreditation professionals. We hope you’ll find the blog useful, return often, and comment on the posts to make your opinions heard.