TJC


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TJC

abbreviation for The Joint Commission.

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TJC

A not-for-profit group that oversees and establishes standards of quality and performance measurement in health care and annually publishes the Accreditation Manual for Hospitals. It was formerly called the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
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When Hutt reached retirement age shortly after the publication of his book, Buchanan invited him to join the TJC as a distinguished visiting professor of economics for the 1966 and 1967 academic years.
Abnormal IMT correlated with age, duration of disease, TJC and joint deformity, but by logistic regression analysis only age, duration of disease, and TJC were significant independent predictors of subclinical atherosclerosis.
Another enduring TJC tradition is the Rim March, which began in 1948, and has been an unbroken tradition since that time.
This addition is useful in assisting the facilities with the practices that ensure health care reform like TJC perinatal core measure data collection and new care models as Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative.
Louis, Missouri, was awarded TJC Behavioral Health Accreditation for the Medication Assisted Inpatient Detoxification and Rehabilitation Services.
TJC pays particular concern to its list of sentinel events, medical errors that involve (or create the risk of) death or serious physical or psychological injury.
TJC certifies over 25 types of clinical programs for disease-specific conditions, including wound care.
La Crosse County implemented the TJC project with the goal of creating a jail transition strategy that is "responsive to local circumstances, resources and priorities.
When the China Continuation Committee called the National Christian Conference in 1922 to promote cooperation among denominational missions and indigenization of Christianity in China, it also invited the TJC to send delegates to Shanghai.
First, CMS does not have detailed data on the results of surveys conducted by TJC prior to 2009 and has limited data on current surveys because TJC did not begin submitting detailed data to CMS until July 2009.