Health Care Policies & Procedures
A Division of P. M. Talbot Enterprises
You have a new service, new program, new requirement, having a site or accreditation review or just behind in an annual review and need to have policies and procedures written or revised?
You’ll want to call on Patricia Talbot, RN, CNM, BHSA, for assistance. She has made it her passion in developing comprehensive and easily understandable policies and procedures for companies and their employees. She has developed policies and procedures for licensure, accreditation, new start-up programs, new regulations and has revised and expanded long-standing ones. She has years of experience in creating policies and procedures for health centers, mobile medical services, hospitals,
outpatient services, birth centers and private primary care practices. Patricia Talbot is knowledgeable in HIPAA and Corporate Compliance, Federally Qualified Health Center’s 330(e) regulations and policy requirements, Title 22, OSHA, CLIA laboratory, clinic pharmacy permit regulations, quality improvement programs, risk management, clinical and nursing services. She teams up with your staff to design policies and procedures that are unique to your company. She can also assist you in finding, evaluating and contracting with a company that provides effective electronic policy management software.
Patient-Centered Health/Medical Home: Patricia Talbot will emphasize the importance of PCHH/PCMH principles to all your operations, by explicitly connect policies to one or more of the patient-centered care principles.
You have Nurse Practitioners, Nurse-Midwives, Physician's Assistants or Licensed Nursing Staff and need to develop or revise a standardized procedure manual?
You’ll want to call on Patricia Talbot, RN, CNM, BHSA, for assistance. She is uniquely qualified to assist healthcare organizations with developing and implementing standardized procedures. As a Registered Nurse and Certified Nurse Midwife she is intimately knowledgeable of the requirement for the practice of medicine under the supervision of physicians through standardized procedures. In fact, as a mid-level provider herself, she felt standardized procedures were extraordinary helpful providing the guidelines she needed. Standardized procedures are developed collaboratively with nursing, medicine, and administration with Patricia Talbot providing the lead, ensuring compliance and completion.