The Halligan-Lynch Advantage
If you’re responsible for human resources or compliance, you need to learn more about
Rosemary MacLean Homer, founder and President of Halligan-Lynch Healthcare Consulting, has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare, beginning as a staff nurse and evolving into an educator, manager and consultant. She is skilled in management development, healthcare regulatory requirements and in developing education programs for all levels of an organization.
With a practical, methodical approach to Joint Commission compliance, she consistently helps her clients achieve successful survey outcomes. Halligan-Lynch clients have all received high marks from surveyors, with comments such as, “A+”, “Human resources was impeccable!” and “Very Organized Process!” In fact, no Halligan-Lynch client has ever received a poor survey result, and all have implemented processes that have stood the test of time and changing standards.
Halligan-Lynch also offers customized skill-building programs that have helped hundreds of managers and staff create an environment which retains and develops employees by building on the basic concepts of trust, respect and open communication.
An Uncomplicated Approach to Joint Commission Compliance
When hospitals, home health agencies, and other healthcare organizations engage Halligan-Lynch, they benefit from a practical, efficient and cost-effective approach to Joint Commission compliance. HR departments will learn processes to help them achieve successful surveys and establish integrated systems which support their organizational goals. It’s all accomplished through a 4-step approach:
1. Compliance Appraisal
A formal assessment of the organization’s current compliance with Joint Commission Human Resources Standards, including required policies, job descriptions and documentation related to orientation, competence assessment and continuing education
Specific recommendations to correct any deficiencies are noted in the assessment
3. Action Plan
A clear-cut plan to make sure all compliance recommendations are understood and implemented in a timely manner
Educating management and staff on Joint Commission standards, the intent of these standards and the long-range compliance requirements