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Surgery Center policies and procedures support the surgery center to achieve the standard of care recognized by the accreditation program and CMS. The surgery center must adopt written policies and procedures that describe the processes and requirements to meet the conditions for coverage. To meet conditions for coverage the surgery centers policy and procedure manual must focus on specific significant chapters that depict the surgery center setting.

These chapters must include:

ASC Certified Training for Admins

Administration

Administrative policies and procedures are established to describe and regulate management activities of the surgery center.

$706.82

ASC Anasthesia Services Training

Anesthesia Services

Anesthesia Services describes those services which facilitate diagnostic, therapeutic and surgical procedures and to ensure that the service is performed in a safe and sanitary environment by qualified health care providers who have been granted privileges from the Governing Body.

$155.74

Central Supply & Sterilization Training Manual

Central Supply & Sterilization

Central Supply and Sterilization policies and procedures describe standards for in-center sterilization.

$203.66

Emergency Management Accreditation

Emergency Management

Emergency Management policies and procedures are established to describe processes for maintaining surgery center and building fire safety features and handling all emergencies and disasters that can occur.

$455.24

Environment of Care Training Manual

Environment of Care

Environment of Care policies and procedures are established to provide processes to identify the surgery center vulnerabilities, strengths, risk process and handling all emergencies, hazards and disasters that can occur. These policies and procedures described in this chapter are highly relevant to a Joint Commission inspection or State Licensing.

$682.86

ASC Governance Training

Governance

Governance policies and procedures are established to ensure that the surgery center’s Governing Body is responsible for the organization and describes its Bylaws, functionalities & management plan and rules and regulations.

$150.00

ASC Infection Control Manual

Infection Control

Infection Control policies and procedures are established to ensure that health care services rendered are adhering to safe practices and it’s programs are designed to provide a sanitary environment with regards to prevention of infections and communicable diseases.

$449.25

Medical Staff Membership Training Manual

Medical Staff Membership

Medical Staff Membership policies and procedures are established to ensure and describe the process for credentialing and privileging of health care professionals with regards to validating the health care professional qualifications.

$179.90

ASC Medications Management Training Manual

Medications Management

Medications Management policies and procedures are established to ensure and describe how the appropriate standards and practices are maintained regarding the management and administration of medications for the safety of practice as it relates to medication management and administration.

$287.52

Perioperative Care Surgery Center Training Manual

Perioperative Care

Peri operative Care policies and procedures are established to describe and ensure that the surgery center’s clinical staff facilitates quality health care services in accordance with current standards of care and principals of professional and ethical conduct.

$682.86

Quality Improvement Training Guide

Quality Improvement

Quality Improvement policies and procedures are established to ensure that the surgery center’s strives to improve quality of care with emphasis on providing data driven outcomes in a detailed and organized way.

$395.34

ASC Biologicals and Chemical Safety Manual

Biologicals and Chemical Safety

Biologicals and Chemical Safety describes and provides policies to safely control hazardous materials, waste and chemicals.

$119.80

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The Joint Commission Accreditation

If you are preparing for a Joint Commission Survey this is the policy and procedure package for you. Joint Commission’s Environment of Care standards require organizations to develop plans in 6 high functional areas of a surgery center; Safety, Security, Hazards Materials and Waste, Fire Safety, Medical Equipment, and Utilities. You will also need the standard package that will meet the requirements for Governance, Administration, Medical Staff, Anesthesia Services, Perioperative Care, Medications Management, Central Supply & Processing, Quality Improvement, Emergency Management and Infection Control The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 17,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organizations commitment to meeting certain performance standards.





AAAASF Accreditation

If you are preparing for an AAAASF Survey this is the policy and procedure package for you. You can meet the AAAASF basic mandates with policies and procedures for Governance, Administration, Medical Staff, Anesthesia Services, Perioperative Care, Medications Management, Central Supply & Processing, Quality Improvement, Emergency Management, Chemicals & Biologicals, and Infection Control. Today more than 1000 ambulatory surgery facilities are accredited by AAAASF, the largest not-for-profit accrediting organization in the United States. Many more facilities are in process for accreditation. These numbers have increased dramatically over the last two years. Surgeons, legislators, state and national health agencies and patients acknowledge that AAAASF stands alone as the program setting the "Gold Standard" for quality patient care.





AAAHC Accreditation

If you are preparing for an AAAHC Survey this is the policy and procedure package for you. You can meet AAAHC standards with policies and procedures for Governance, Administration, Medical Staff, Anesthesia Services, Perioperative Care, Medications Management, Central Supply & Processing, Quality Improvement, Emergency Management, Chemicals & Biologicals, and Infection Control.

<>The Accreditation Association currently accredits over 4,600 organizations in a wide variety of ambulatory health care settings, including ambulatory and surgery centers, managed care organizations, as well as Indian and student health centers, among others.