Improving treatment results with Joint Commission-mandated outcome measures

September 28, 2017 Julie Miller

Joanna L. Conti

The Joint Commission is requiring that centers systematically collect information directly from their patients on how they are feeling, use it to inform clinical care, and aggregate the data to measure treatment effectiveness.

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