Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation helps improve standardization of clinical and operational processes related to the delivery of care, which can help your hospital:
Long-Standing Commitment to Quality
Accreditation is just one facet of DaVita's ongoing commitment to providing quality care to your patients. Our tradition of clinical excellence and continuous improvement has resulted in programs and initiatives that help enhance patient safety and quality care in your hospital.
DaVita’s Acute Clinical Outcomes Indicators (ACOIs) capture and track quality and clinical metrics for each inpatient kidney care treatment. Our proprietary quality-assurance tool tracks 19 data points, including signs and symptoms of infection, safety metrics, pre-/post-treatment metrics and dialysis treatment goals.
ACOI metrics can be used as objective evidence to help:
Dedicated Quality Support
To help provide ongoing support for our hospital partners, DaVita created the Acute Clinical Services Specialist (ACSS) role--a position dedicated to improving patient safety and quality. The ACSS is your clinical partner in helping to:
1Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation was based on a survey of 177 DaVita acute programs, which included Joint Commission-accredited hospitals and other hospitals permitting Joint Commission access for purposes of the survey process (a limited number of hospitals did not permit access).
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