News and Articles
The latest newsletter articles and news releases from The Compliance Team.
New to TCT but no stranger to healthcare! Sandi’s trained as a PCMH RN Navigator, was an Administer/CNO of RHC’s and a Critical Access Hospital certified with Swing Beds.
Get the insights here of the most common deficiencies cited by our surveyors. TCT surveyors have documented this standard level citation as one of the top ten most cited deficient practices.
Kate Hill, VP Clinic Division, has been tapped to speak twice at NRHC. She will co-present with other industry experts and share insights on PCMH and the new TCT Swing Bed certification.
Quality Standards – TCT delivers Accreditation. Simplified. for Home Infusion Therapy providers. Looking to expand your pharmacy services? Let’s talk.
The dynamic duo own Harry Race Pharmacy in Sitka Alaska. We spoke with Trish, who shared how it all started, her 10+ years working with TCT and the future!
Our Senior Pharmacy Advisor shares some personal and professional insights including his guilty pleasure, the thing he dislikes the most and more!
Whether you are a new supplier and had a Real Time Remote™ visit or are an established supplier coming due for a renewal visit, it is important to take some time to make sure you are prepared for your visit.
Diane Lerch is a valued and respected accreditation advisor. She lives in northeastern Pennsylvania and has been with The Compliance Team for 13 years. Diane is a big sports fan (Go Penguins! ) and is obsessed with being a grandma.
The Compliance Team Addresses COVID Prevention and Mitigation Priorities with Enhanced PCMH Standards
With the new federal funding available to rural hospitals and clinics, the PCMH model is poised to serve as the core infrastructure for the development and implementation of COVID-related education, prevention, testing, confidence, vaccine distribution and mitigation strategies.
Christy Stewart is the newly appointed Director of the Clinic Division. She brings years of experience to the role, having been a TCT Accreditation Advisor for 12 years
HHS recently announced the availability of almost $1 Billion to help rural clinics and hospitals strengthen their response efforts to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In March 2021, CMS released updated information on Emergency Preparedness. Cindy Melanson and Theresa Griffin-Rossi provide you with what only relates to clinics.
Here is one of the many stories we have heard of survival, resilience, success, and lessons learned despite all the restrictions and challenges in dealing with the pandemic
Are you prepared for your virtual visit? RtR uses software and phone applications to review your records, policies, processes, and physical environment remotely.
To ensure that you maintain compliance regarding hazardous drugs, take time to familiarize yourself and your staff with the USP 800 standards that apply to your pharmacy.
Immunization Certification addresses front-end preparation, administration SOP’s ,follow-up, oversight of CDC rPharmacy Based Immunization Certification and Covid-19 Vaccinationsequirements, validation by a third party, and reinforcement of quality assurances.
Bad camera angles, images of foreheads and shoes is our new norm. The connection we create with physical visits is gone for now, but something new in its place has been created.
When the pandemic occurred, The Compliance Team, led by founder and CEO Sandy Canally, did what we have always done above all else –– innovated in order to serve providers and ensure quality of patient care.
We thought you would appreciate hearing from your peers on how they have maneuvered through this extraordinary time! A Q&A with Kimberly and Randall Blohowiak, D.C.
There is no getting around 2020 having been one of the roughest years that any of us can remember. Looking back, I noticed that there were many bright spots to be found.