2018 JOINT COMMISSION CHANGES
The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare has revised a standard in the Care, Treatment, and Services (CTS) chapter so that organizations will be required to assess outcomes through the use of a standardized tool or instrument.
Measurement-based care has become a high-profile issue in the behavioral health care field, and The Joint Commission believes that the enhancements to this standard will help accredited customers increase the quality of the care, treatment, and services they provide.
SPREZIE AFTERCARE MEETS THE NEW REQUIREMENTS
Sprezie Aftercare uses short phone calls to remind clients of their goals and provide support from mentors while documenting progress at every step. The process is fully automated and requires little to no effort on your part. The details collected from each phone call give you the data you need to meet new the Joint Commission standards, and prove your program creates long-term client success.
SPREZIE AFTERCARE INCREASES YOUR CLIENT'S SUCCESS
The calls increase your clients’ long-term success by
helping clients identify clear direct goals for them to work on during and after treatment
maintaining daily contact to cement positive coping skills and redirects ineffective behaviors
delivering support while in treatment, during aftercare and in standalone settings helps clients find the motivation to complete their program and move toward successful lives outside of treatment