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Approved: revisions to emergency management standards for critical access hospitals, hospitals, and long-term care. Revisions to Emergency Management Standards EC.4.10 and EC.4.20



Approved: revisions to emergency management standards for critical access hospitals, hospitals, and long-term care. Revisions to Emergency Management Standards EC.4.10 and EC.4.20



Joint Commission Perspectives. Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations 27(6): 1, 3-1,10




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