My last name starts with a L LeefeaverJoint Commission Standards and ProcessesHealth care providers may volunteer to be accredited by an external body. The Centers of Medicare and Medicaid provide an updated list of approved accrediting organizations. For this discussion, we are focusing on the acute care hospital. Below are fourteen of the categories in The Joint Commission Standards Manual and accreditation process topics. The topics for this discussion are assigned by students’ last names. See the chart below for your assigned topic.TopicsStudent Assignment Based upon Last NameEnvironment of Care (EC)Student last name begins with AEmergency Management (EM)Student last name begins with BHuman Resources (HR)Student last name begins with CInfection Prevention and Control (IC)Student last name begins with DInformation Management (IM)Student last name begins with E and FLeadership (LD)Student last name begins with GLife Safety (LS)Student last name begins with HMedication Management (MM)Student last name begins with I and JMedical Staff (MS)Student last name begins with KNational Patient Safety Goals (NPSG)Student last name begins with LNursing (NR)Student last name begins with MProvision of Care, Treatment, and Services (PC)Student last name begins with NRecord of Care, Treatment, and Services (RC)Student last name begins with ORights and Responsibilities of the Individual (RI)Student last name begins with P* Accreditation Process InformationStudent last name begins with Q and R* Transplant SafetyStudent last name begins with S* Sentinel EventsStudent last name begins with T* Performance Measurement and the ORYX®Student last name begins with U, V, and X* Primary Care Medical Home (PCMH)Student last name begins with W, Y, and ZNote: The (*) indicates measures found under Accreditation ProcessesFor your assigned topic, access The Joint Commission Standards Manual and The Joint Commission’s publication The Source. To access this information follow the steps below:From the homepage of the Ashford University library, click on Find Articles & More in the purple bar near the top of the page. Next, take the following steps:Click on Databases by SubjectClick on Health & MedicineClick on Joint Commission E-dition for the Standards Manual. Review the standard assigned to you.Next, go back to Health & Medicine in the AU Library. Then click on Joint Commission: The Source link located just below the Joint Commission E-dition link. Do not access The Source via the Joint Commission E-dition link or it will ask you to pay a fee.To select two articles, do one of the following:Select two journal articles from The Source that were published within the past 5-8 years pertaining to your assigned topic. Please use The Source tip sheet for guidance to find what you need through The Source.Select two journal articles from either Google Scholar or the Ashford Library Databases.Once you have chosen two articles related to your assigned Standard, identify, and summarize the two articles chosen. In addition, your response should reflect the TJC Standard, how it is utilized, and why it is important in health care. Include any best practice mentioned, and discuss at least one new concept that you learned from the articles.Initial Post: Your initial post should be 250 to 300 words. Cite and reference your two articles in APA format as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center’s Introduction to APA (Links to an external site.).