Main

B.1.

A definition close and adequate supervision of students and postgraduate trainees.

Notes: 
P&P

Z.

The organization follows established protocols for instructing patients in self-care after surgery and provides written instructions to patients.

Notes: 
P&P
Policy: 

Y.

The organization has written guidelines for internal transfer of care from one provider to another. These guidelines address:

1. Information to be transferred about a patient’s care, including treatment/ services, current condition, and any recent or anticipated changes.

2. How the information will be communicated among members of the health care team.

Notes: 
n/a

N.13.

Fire risks are identified and minimized, and staff members are prepared to address fire hazards, if necessary.

Notes: 
P&P

B.4.b.

A method of identifying designated locations of paper records throughout the organization in order to deter unauthorized access.

Notes: 
Medical Records

B.4.a.

A method of tracking who accesses the record in order to deter unauthorized access for electronic records.

Notes: 
Audits, EMR capabilities

I.F.

The governing body meets at least annually, or more frequently as determined by the governing body, and keeps such minutes or other records as may be necessary for the orderly conduct of the organization.

Notes: 
P&P
Location: 
Governance
Policy: 

I.C.06.

Developing and maintaining a written policy regarding the care of pediatric patients, if relevant.  Specific components of perioperative care are listed in Standard 10.1.CC.

I.B.

The names and addresses of all owners or controlling parties (whether individuals, partnerships, trusts, corporate bodies, or subdivisions of other bodies, such as public agencies or religious, fraternal, or other philanthropic organizations) are available upon request and furnished to AAAHC.

Notes: 
P&P
Location: 
Delegation of Authority

INTERPRETER SERVICES

Effective Date: 
Fri, 08/29/2014
Revised: 
Tue, 05/12/2015
Policy: 

The UCSC Student Health Services makes every effort to provide interpreter services for our student patients.

Procedure: 

Interpreter Services

A. FOR LANGUAGES

Use the Language Line Services, phone or iPad  to use the Language Line Interpreter Services.   Quick Reference Guide for phone access are provided in all the clinical exam rooms and in References in the EMR (Electronic Medical Records).  Instructions for iPad use (see below) are attached to the iPad and in References in the EMR.

 

B. FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED

Student/patient preference:

i. Arrangements can be made with contracted providers or the Disability Resource Center (DRC) for in-person interpreters with ASL capabilities, in advance of an appointment.  

ii. iPad can be used for ASL interpreters in the moment.  The iPad is mounted on wheels for access from reception through visits in the SHC or CAPS and ancillary services. 

Follow the instructions attached to the iPad cart.  When moving the iPad, between SHS services, the connection may be lost.  If that occurs, call the service back.

 

C. FOR EVENTS

Make arrangements with DRC for ASL interpreters for group presentations.

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