The threat of loss of accreditation is one that keeps survey coordinators and hospital leaders awake at night, but for most hospitals, it’s more of a bogeyman than an actual threat—there are many stages an organization must go through and fail before their accrediting bodies slam the hammer down on them. But a recent case of decertification and recertification by Medicare stands as a cautionary tale for hospitals across the country to never lose site of the goals of quality and safety.
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