UPDATE November 2020: Due to COVID-19, all aspects of the Accreditation process are DELAYED until spring 2021.
Manitoba Renal Program is part of an Accreditation process happening at Winnipeg sites starting Spring 2021
Printables for Staff Areas:
MRP is being assessed on how well and thoroughly we are implementing different standards.
Leading up to November’s Accreditation process, we are highlighting ways we meet some of the standards you may be asked about at your site:
(Please note your site may have additional ways it meets these criteria – these can be highlighted during staff huddles/meetings using the practice questions)
Using Two Client Identifiers
Working in partnership with clients and families, at least two person-specific identifiers are used to confirm that clients receive the service or procedure intended for them
Information Transfer at Care Transitions
Information relevant to the care of the client is communicated effectively during care transitions.
Medication reconciliation is conducted in partnership with clients and families to communicate accurate and complete information at ambulatory care visits when medication management is a major component of care.
Infusion pump safety
A documented and coordinated approach for infusion pump safety that includes training, evaluation of competence, and a process to report problems with infusion pump use is implemented.
Universal fall precautions, applicable to the setting, are identified and implemented to ensure a safe environment that prevents falls and reduces the risk of injuries from falling.
Skin & Wound Care
An inter-professional and collaborative approach is used to assess clients who need skin and wound care and provide evidence-informed care that promotes healing and reduces morbidity and mortality.
Quality Improvement Plans
Please also take a look at our MRP Quality Improvement Plan Overview for more information.