Tips for meeting national safety goals

May 2010
Same-Day Surgery;May2010 Supplement, p2
Academic Journal
The author advises ambulatory surgery centers to have policies and procedures for National Patient Safety Goals (NPSG) since compliance is mandatory for facilities involved in an accreditation survey by The Joint Commission (TJC).


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