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Surveyors told to look beyond the ligature point to evaluate patient risk for self-harm
If a patient attempts to hang himself on a door, it doesn’t mean all the doors of that type in the hospital have to be replaced, says CMS. Instead, look for the failures that allowed that patient to act when and how he did.
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