|Title:||Comprehensive Healthcare Inspection of the James J. Peters VA Medical Center in Bronx, New York|
White Plains, NY
|VA Office:||Veterans Health Administration (VHA)
|Report Author:||Office of Healthcare Inspections
This Office of Inspector General (OIG) Comprehensive Healthcare Inspection Program report provides a focused evaluation of the quality of care delivered in the inpatient and outpatient settings of the James J. Peters VA Medical Center and related outpatient clinics in New York. The inspection covered key clinical and administrative processes associated with promoting quality care. For this inspection, the areas of focus were Leadership and Organizational Risks; COVID-19 Pandemic Readiness and Response; Quality, Safety, and Value; Registered Nurse Credentialing; Medication Management: Remdesivir Use in VHA; Mental Health: Emergency Department and Urgent Care Center Suicide Risk Screening and Evaluation; Care Coordination: Inter-facility Transfers; and High-Risk Processes: Management of Disruptive and Violent Behavior.