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*TJCsvyrRN_Hazelton_ SIWARD HAZELTON, RN, MS
 Field Representative


SIWARD HAZELTON, RN, MS

 

Surveyor Program(s): Hospital, Critical Access Hospitals, Home Care, Long-Term Care, Rehabilitation

Surveyor Tenure: x 1994

Lives: Dalton, Massachusetts

TJC Bio:

  • Received Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, Connecticut and a Master of Art degree in Healthcare Administration at the Hartford Graduate Center in Hartford, Connecticut.
  • Prior to joining the Joint Commission, he was Vice President of Nursing and Patient Care Services at Providence Hospital in Holyoke, Massachusetts; Director of Patient Information Services at Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield, Massachusetts; Director of Medical Records and Quality Management at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, Connecticut; Nurse Manager of Pediatrics, also at the University of Connecticut Health Center; and Staff Nurse of Pediatrics ICU at Yale New Haven Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut

Other Background:

Comments & Recommendations

2013

  • Highly complimentary of our Infection Control Nurses and Chief Pharmacist’s work and supporting data
  • Really not hard to work with, easy to engage and consultative.  Did focus specifically on long stay patients for treatment plan review as they have a higher potential of failing to meet standards.  The hospital’s treatment planning process is a problem that needed to be cited, but for any facility it is easier to fail plans that are for long stay patients.  Had an old-fashioned view of state hospitals.  We are an 80-bed facility managing 1700 admissions a year for very short stays.  Had several options on the need for longer stay institutionalization of psychiatric patients.
Relevant Surveying History:
 • Alaska Psychiatric Institute 2013 • South Beach Psychiatric Center 05/09/08
 • Douglass Singer Mental Health Center 08/28/07  

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** Sample Survey Citations (Premier Level)**

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Sample Citations:

2013

  • HR.01.05.03/EP 13/ Observed in personnel files:  A registered nurse/Psychiatric Nursing Assistant did not document education and training that addressed how to identify early warning signs of a change in a patient’s condition and how to respond to a deteriorating patient, including how and when to contact responsible clinicians.xx.
  • PC.01.02.03/EP 4/  Observed in Tracer: The H&P had been deferred as the patient had a physical evaluation in the ER before his admission. However, contrary to hospital policy there was no update to the ER Physical Exam noted. The copy of the ER Exam was not available in the record.
  • PC.01.02.03/EP 7/Observed in Tracer: A nutritional screen had not been adequately conducted for this patient who multiple nutrition related comorbidities.
  • PC.01.03.01/EP 5/Observed in Treatment Plan Review: The treatment plan had a half dozen goals expressed in terms of completion and not with specific timeframes for achievement. The behavior of the patient was described in the treatment team updates, however, the goals were not delineated as long term or short term goals and were not prioritized by which were expected to be accomplished first.
  • PC.01.03.01/EP 22/Observed in Treatment Plan Review: Treatment Plan updates on two occasions did not include changes or an evaluation of the patients progress according to the goals in the plan.
  • PC.01.03.01/EP 23/
    • Observed in Treatment Plan Review: it was noted that many of the 6 to
      8 goals were met or had changed but were not updated by the staff when reviewing the patients progress toward goal achievement. For some goals a date of accomplishment was indicated, for several of the goals that had, ostensibly, been accomplished there was no indication in the plan that goals had been met.
    • Observed in Tracer: Iit was noted that goal attainment (for tracer patient) had not been addressed or updated in the treatment plan. This patient’s behavioral condition had been intractable to this point even after 3 months in the hospital.
  • PC.02.01.19/EP 2/Observed in Tracer: The hospital did not have written criteria describing early warning signs of a change or deterioration in a patient’s
    condition and when to seek further assistance.
  • PC.03.05.05/EP 5/Observed in Record Review: Review of a closed medical record of a 13 year old patient who had been in seclusion and restraint it was noted that there was no documented note by the responsible LIP within 24 hours of the event.
  • PC.03.05.15/EP 1/
    • Observed in Tracer: A revision to the plan of care addressing restraint use and continued restraint use was not documented in the medical record of a patient on the XYZ unit. When restraints or seclusion are used, the treatment plan or plan of care must be updated to include the interventions to reduce the likelihood of restraint in the future.
    • Observed in Record Review: Review of medical records of patients who had been restrained or seclusion it was noted that the use of restraints had not been addressed in updates to the treatment plan.
    • Observed in Record Review: It was observed in the patient’s record that she had been restrained or secluded on 3 separate occasions. However there had been no updates or changes to her Treatment Plan mentioning the restraints.
  • PI.01.01.01/EP 39/Observed in Tracer: The hospital had not collected data on the effectiveness of response to changes or deteriorations in a patient’scondition.

 

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