Re: FW: FW: JCAHO information

From:Dave Low

I have to agree with Roxanne,
JCAHO just wanted to talk to management for less 30
minutes.  Basically, blood bank requests and autopsy
authorizations/does the pathologist invite or inform
the clinician the cause of death. If it wasn't for the
meeting, you would not know a JCAHO team was around.

Dave Low
Elmendorf Med Ctr, AK
--- "Soto, Roxanne"  wrote:
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> know your fire drill codes, fire extinguisher usage,
> where the nearest
> extinguisher is, how to evacuate in case of fire,
> reagents labeled, expired
> reagents thrown out... very safety oriented
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