Joint Commission International launches Tracers with AMP® online solution for international hospitals
Media ContactMaureen Lyons
(OAK BROOK, Illinois, USA, 12 October 2022) – Joint Commission International (JCI) today announced the availability of Tracers with AMP® for JCI-accredited hospitals and academic medical centers. Tracers with AMP is a secure, web-based and mobile platform that allows healthcare organizations to efficiently collect, analyze and visualize data on JCI standards and rounding activities related to patient safety, nursing, facilities management, infection prevention, leadership and more.
Tracers with AMP provides user-friendly, interactive dashboards and easy-to-build automated reports. Insights from these dashboards and reports can help organizations proactively identify risk areas and prioritize patient safety and quality improvements. Key benefits of Tracers with AMP include:
- Capability to consolidate data collection systems with a single, integrated platform.
- Ability to build interactive reports and dashboards to view and analyze data across departments and locations.
- Comprehensive set of tracer questions that are linked to Measurable Elements (MEs) to track data for JCI accreditation readiness.
- Opportunity to gain operational efficiencies with the accreditation readiness process by staying compliant with JCI standards and proactively managing patient safety risks.
- Delegation of tracer scoring assignments across multiple teams and/or departments, resulting in system-wide transparency.
- Guidance from a clinical advisor who is a JCI standards and tracer methodology expert.
“Safe patient care depends on the right data and the right decisions at the right time,” says David Qu, global vice president, Publications, Education and Electronic Products, JCI. “A market-leading data collection and analytics platform in the United States, we are thrilled to extend Tracers with AMP to the international market. Healthcare providers will be able to gain Joint Commission International accreditation compliance, operational efficiencies, and enable transparency by taking advantage of Tracers with AMP’s built-in analytics and business intelligence tools. Most importantly, international organizations now will be able to use the platform to foster collaboration and take data-driven actions to help improve patient safety and quality of care for patients.”
To learn more about Tracers with AMP, please visit the JCI website.
About Joint Commission International
Joint Commission International (JCI) was established in 1994 as a division of Joint Commission Resources, Inc. (JCR), a wholly controlled, nonprofit affiliate of The Joint Commission. Through international accreditation and certification, advisory services, publications and education programs, JCI extends The Joint Commission’s mission worldwide by helping improve the quality of patient care. JCI works with international healthcare organizations, public health agencies, health ministries and others in more than 70 countries. Visit www.jointcommissioninternational.org for more information.