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An actionable plan with meeting agenda items,
a joint standards checklist, and examples from the field

Critical Steps to Formalize Shared Goals & Achieve Performance Improvements

Hospitals charge emergency physicians and hospitalists with the same goal: to provide the best care possible for their patients. However, these two groups can find themselves working in opposition due to conflicting priorities.

A Joint Operations Committee (or “JOC”) is a proven effective way to bring the two programs together and maintain cohesion. 

In this detailed guide to Establishing an Emergency Medicine-Hospital Medicine Joint Operations Committee, you’ll find specific steps for setting up a JOC as well as example performance insights from the field. 

Specific takeaways:

  • Three core performance benefits
  • How long it takes to see improvement and where
  • Sample agenda items
  • Establishing a joint standards checklist
  • Key learnings & success factors from an active JOC
  • And more

Don’t wait! Download your guide today and see how the JOC can be the catalyst for change in your facility.

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