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The New Hospital Employee Resource is an online resource for the hospital-based acupuncturist from offer of employment to 5+ years of practice in the field.
I define "hospital-based" as:
- working as a clinician in a facility or organization that is accredited by or eligible for accreditation by The Joint Commission. This includes hospitals, outpatient and inpatient settings, ambulatory clinics, county clinics, county hospitals, FQHCs, federal health care facilities, and more. The underlying common denominators are: being accredited or eligible for accreditation by The Joint Commission (TJC). TJC is a quality assurance/quality improvement nonprofit organization that reviews clinical safety and credentialing standards for health care facilities in the U.S.
It is possible that this work applies to acupuncturists working in hospital-based settings outside of the U.S. However, my base of knowledge is limited to the U.S. (United States of America)
If you wish to have access to this resource but are not based in the U.S., please send me your query via the HHP website contact page: https://www.thehospitalhandbook.com/contact-1
Megan is an Integrative Medicine Practitioner, East Asian Medicine specialty. She is nationally board certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and graduated from Bastyr University in 2006 with a Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
She is founder and facilitator of the Hospital-based Practice Handbook Project for East Asian Medicine Practitioners (Acupuncturists) and their Hospital Sponsors.
Her website is: https://www.thehospitalhandbook.com/
StartOutline for this section
StartAdvice for a New Employee part 1
StartNew Hospital Employee Advice part 2
StartAdvice for a New Hospital Employee Part 3
StartThe Peer Record Review Process
StartDefining Professional Work
StartProfessional Work , E/M code use, Credentialing Process, The Joint Commission Standards
Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to the New Hospital Employee resource!
Please introduce yourself to the community and complete the "community connections" survey.
- You can do both of these things as you log in to the first module. :)