The Joint Commission's 4 National Patient Safety Goals for ambulatory healthcare

Eric Oliver - Print  |

The Joint Commission released its 2018 Ambulatory Health Care National Patient Safety Goals.

The organization has four main goals for ambulatory healthcare with a number of specialized goals related to each.

1. Identifying patients correctly

2. Use medicines safely

3. Prevent infection

4. Prevent mistakes in surgery

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