Suicide Prevention is at the top of The Joint Commission's list of most frequently cited significant issues. It has remained at the top of this list for many years because the requirements are extremely complicated, confusing, and error-prone, with more than 30 frequently asked questions explaining the handful of elements of The Joint Commission's National Patient Safety GoalsⓇ related to suicide prevention.
During the webinar, our panelists break down this web of complexities into understandable and streamlined processes that make sense to clinicians and regulators alike. Key learnings included:
- Dispel the many myths about suicide prevention requirements
- Fully understand what is actually required to comply with the standards
- Convert regulatory mandates into common sense, patient-focused solutions