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If there is an air pressure problem, ’it’s almost inevitable that a surveyor will find it’

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July 1, 2018

Make a list of all areas that are required to have positive or negative air pressure and ensure those areas are checked regularly to avoid possible condition-level findings by CMS, The Joint Commission, or another authority having jurisdiction, say experts. Because if there is a problem with room pressures, it’s almost inevitable that a surveyor will find it.

Make a list of all areas that are required to have positive or negative air pressure and ensure those areas are checked regularly to avoid possible condition-level findings by CMS, The Joint Commission, or another authority having jurisdiction, say experts. Because if there is a problem with room pressures, it’s almost inevitable that a surveyor will find it.



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