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Priority One-Best Practices When Working In Healthcare Facilities


Description
The Priority One Series For Healthcare Physical Environment Workers Best Practices When Working In Healthcare Facilities

Patient satisfaction scores have a direct impact on the bottom line. Noise, vibration, equipment blocking hallways, spread of infection and HIPAA violations are just some of the issues that negatively impact the patient experience. Priority One Training addresses all of these and prepares vendor employees for working in the unique healthcare environment.

Students should be aware that once the course begins, they have 14 days to complete it.

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Content
  • Section 1, Chapter 1
  • Checkpoint Section 1, Chapter 1
  • Section 1, Chapter 2
  • Checkpoint Section 1, Chapter 2
  • Section 1, Chapter 3
  • Checkpoint Section 1, Chapter 3
  • Section 1, Chapter 4
  • Checkpoint Section 1, Chapter 4
  • Part 2
  • Welcome to Part 2
  • Section 2, Chapter 1
  • Checkpoint Section 2, Chapter 1
  • Section 2, Chapter 2
  • Checkpoint Section 2, Chapter 2
  • Section 2, Chapter 3
  • Checkpoint Section 2, Chapter 3
  • Section 2, Chapter 4
  • Checkpoint Section 2, Chapter 4
  • Section 2, Chapter 5
  • Section 2, Chapter 5 continue
  • Checkpoint Section 2, Chapter 5
  • Section 2, Chapter 6
  • Assessment Priority One-Best Practices
  • Survey: Priority-One Best Practices When Working In Healthcare
  • Introduction - Course Overview
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: 2 years