Hospitals need to stay abreast of the evolving compliance issues and shifting priorities regarding Joint Commission accreditation. At this year’s conference, we will hear from Lisa Diblasi Moorehead, Associate Nurse Executive at The Joint Commission, and an expert on its standards. She’ll provide an update on the challenging standards from 2020 and highlight some of the new ones for 2021. We will also feature a hot-topics session and conclude the program with a panel of your colleagues from recently surveyed hospitals with the goal of sharing tips and updates about current priorities.
Patricia Noga, Vice President of Clinical Affairs,
Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association
Updates from The Joint Commission: Performance on New/Critical Standards and Initiatives from 2020
Gail Weinberger, M.A., Director, Stakeholder Relations, Accreditation and Certification Operation, The Joint Commission
Lisa DiBlasi Moorehead, Associate Nurse Executive, The Joint Commission
Managing the Patient and Family Experience through COVID
Chrissy Daniels, Chief Experience Officer, Press Ganey
Panel: How Hospital Leaders Manage Compliance in the “New Normal”
Karen Silva, RN, MSN, Director, Regulatory Affairs, Quality & Safety, Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, Part of Beth Israel Lahey Health
Kelly W. Shanley RN, MSN, CJCP, Director of Regulatory and Operational Excellence, Southcoast Health
Chris Leblanc, Executive Director of Engineering Facilities EVS, Southcoast Health
Nicole Thyne, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Milford Regional Medical Center
Wrap Up and Adjourn
Written cancellations received by January 21, 2021 will be charged a $50 administrative fee. If payment has been received, your registration fee will be refunded minus the $50. Cancellations received after January 21, 2021 will still be charged the full registration fee and if payment has been received, no refunds will be given. To avoid this penalty, you may send a substitute to the program.