Accreditation Participation Requirements

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Accreditation Participation Requirements
Hospital Accreditation Program
APR.03.01.01
The hospital fulfills requirements for Periodic Performance Review.
Elements of Performance for APR.03.01.01
1.
The hospital annually updates and transmits to The Joint Commission the full Periodic Performance Review (PPR) and its Plan of Action on any
recommendations cited. (Refer also to the PPR Options section in "The Accreditation Process" [ACC] chapter.)
Note: For hospitals that select Options 1, 2, or 3, the requirement to transmit the PPR and its Plan of Action to The Joint Commission may not
apply in part or in whole.
2.
The hospital completing the full Periodic Performance Review (PPR) collaborates with the medical staff in completing the PPR and developing
plan(s) of action.
3.
The hospital exercising Option 1, 2 or 3 for the Periodic Performance Review (PPR) attests at 12 and 24 months after its full triennial survey that
the organization has decided not to participate in the submission of the full PPR.
Note: Neither the full PPR nor PPR Options 1, 2, or 3 are due in the year of the organization’s triennial survey.
4.
The hospital exercising Option 1 for the Periodic Performance Review (PPR) completes a PPR and Plan of Action.
Note: The hospital does not submit this information to The Joint Commission.
5.
The hospital exercising Option 1 for the Periodic Performance Review (PPR) collaborates with the medical staff in completing the PPR and
developing Plan(s) of Action.
6.
The hospital exercising Option 2 for the Periodic Performance Review agrees to undergo a limited survey and then submit a Plan of Action for
recommendations cited as a result of the survey.
7.
The hospital exercising Option 3 for the Periodic Performance Review agrees to undergo a limited survey.
Note: The hospital does not receive a written report after the survey.
APR.09.04.01
The hospital provides care, treatment, services, and an environment that pose no risk of an “Immediate Threat to Health or Safety,” also known as
“Immediate Threat to Life” or ITL situation.
Elements of Performance for APR.09.04.01
1.
The hospital provides care, treatment, services, and an environment that pose no risk of an “Immediate Threat to Health or Safety,” also known as
“Immediate Threat to Life” or ITL situation.
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