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How does a non-practicing AT do the QI?

The required and optional activities for CPC have not been determined, including QI. That said, it depends on your situation. For example, if an AT is in an administrative position and no longer practicing, there are other projects that would ultimately improve patient care, such as a review of policies and procedures, where they can assess a process, identify gaps or inefficiencies, craft and implement a solution, monitor the outcomes and reflect to determine if the solution worked or if a different solution is needed. In fact, the BOC has a tool, Policy and Procedure Development, to help assess policies and procedures on employee safety, facility, risk and crisis management, privacy/confidentiality, disposal of medical sharps, EAPs, exertional heat illness, health records, infection prevention and control, and lightning safety.

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