Monitoring High-Risk Patients With Known or Suspected COVID-19

Patients who are at high risk for suicide present a challenge to begin with. If that patient is also suspected of having or actually has COVID-19, the challenge becomes even more intense. This article from the Joint Commission offers recommendations for ensuring the safety of suicidal patients during the current pandemic.

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