The JCAHO Thirteenth Annual Invitational Liaison Forum

Freeman, Susan L.
October 2005
Leading Edge;Fall2005, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p4
The article talks about the Joint Commission's Thirteenth Annual Invitational Liaison Forum held on June 22 and 23, 2005. The forum provided an overview of health care issues, special emphasis on patient safety, performance initiatives and public reporting of quality data. The Joint Commission engages in enhancing patient care and patient safety on a national and international level. It is an accreditation organization and an active participant in improving the quality and safety of health care.


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