I am wanting to reach out to the AHIMA community to try and gather some knowledge on how other facilities conduct reviews/audits for the Joint Commission, specifically, Chapter: Record of Care, Treatment, and Services (RC.01.04.01)Chapter Defined - RC.01.04.01: The hospital audits its medical records.The "Elements of Performance" states, "The hospital conducts an ongoing review of medical records at the point of care, based on the following indicators: presence, timeliness, legibility (whether handwritten or printed), accuracy, authentication, and completeness of data and information."I am searching for some insight to the following questions regarding this Chapter's review/audit process:1. How do other facilities define "ongoing"? Bi-Monthly, Monthly, quarterly, etc.2. When these reviews are conducted, are different specialties looked at every time, or are the charts chosen at random?3. Is the "point of care" defined by other facilities? If so, how is it defined?4. What volumes are pulled for these reviews by other facilities?Any insight to these questions will help us greatly!!