December Webinar: 2010 Joint Commission Standards and Changes


By Ernie Stewart, RTR, CRA, MBA, MHSA

Thursday, December 17, 2009
1-2:30 EST
Presenter: Judith Atkins RN, MSN

December 2009 — Are you anticipating a Joint Commission survey in 2010?  Then you will not want to miss this informative, “must-have” webinar.  In this webinar conference, Judith will focus on the current hot topics with The Joint Commission, such as changes in the National Patient Safety Goals and what to do with those critical values.  Aside from being one of the top Joint Commission consultants in the field, Judith has the unique ability to make her Joint Commission presentations fun and entertaining.  

Your presenter, Judith Atkins RN, MSN is the President and CEO of McKenna Consulting of Charleston, WV.  She gained a great deal of her expertise in dealing with The Joint Commission while serving as the assistant administrator and vice president for clinical services in an acute care setting.  While in this role, she always managed to obtain the assignment of Joint Commission coordinator.  This experience gave Judith the desire to share her knowledge and help others develop a system to anticipate and prepare for their Joint Commission surveys.  

So whether you have a survey coming up in the next year, or just want to stay on top of the latest JC trends, you will want to sign up for this webinar.

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4 Responses to “December Webinar: 2010 Joint Commission Standards and Changes”
  1. Darrell Gipson says:

    I want to sign up for 2010 Joint Commission standards

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  2. Stanley Cobb says:

    I would like to register for this Webinar

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  3. Stanley Cobb says:

    I would like to register for this Webinar

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  4. Matthew Eastburn says:

    I would like to register for this webinar. Please send me registration information.

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