Compass Clinical Consulting assists organizations in building or strengthening internal resources to maintain a culture of continuous readiness for surveys by The Joint Commission (TJC) or the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Because TJC and CMS surveys are unannounced, preparation and ongoing readiness are critical. Learn more.
When surveyors leave, you could be facing a perplexing list of deficiencies and findings. We help you gain the needed insight and assistance to respond to TJC, HFAP, or CMS survey findings; prevent revenue loss and disruption of care if your hospital must address poor TJC or CMS survey results. Learn more.
Compass Clinical Consulting is the best resource for help with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Immediate Jeopardy citations so threats to clinical operations can be mitigated and patient safety protected. Our clinical experts work with your staff to resolve deficiencies and protect the organization’s regulatory status. Learn more.
Patient Safety Assessment
Are you confident that your organization truly has a culture of safety? Compass Clinical Consulting’s Patient Safety Assessment analyzes your current patient safety practices and processes to determine how effectively they prevent human errors and detect and correct system vulnerabilities and weaknesses that can lead to events of harm and adverse outcomes. Learn more.
Systems Improvement Agreement
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has a powerful quality improvement tool to gain compliance from hospitals with repeat or multiple Immediate Jeopardy (IJ) findings on compliance or validation surveys: the Systems Improvement Agreement (SIA). Compass Clinical is approved by CMS to serve as at the outside monitor for organizations with an SIA. Learn more.
Clinical Regulatory Compliance Due Diligence Assessment
Compass performs clinical regulatory compliance due diligence assessments to provide health systems with knowledge of compliance risks that may accompany an acquisition, including careful attention to triggers for additional scrutiny from CMS. Learn more.