sábado, 8 de septiembre de 2012

CDC - State-based HAI prevention - HAI

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CDC - State-based HAI prevention - HAI

State-based HAI prevention

CDC’s work with state health departments improves HAI tracking and prevention by implementing successful prevention strategies in the entire state and tracking the impact of that strategy across all hospitals.

State-based HAI Prevention Activities

Financial and/or technical support provided by CDC
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HAI iconPrevention Projects
State health department's HAI prevention efforts reinforce patient safety across all healthcare.
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Over 9,000 healthcare facilities, in all 50 states use CDC’s NHSN to track HAIs. To date, 28 states use NHSN to fulfill the requirement for public reporting of HAIs.
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Federal investments bolster states abilities to protect patients from HAIs.
bullseyeState Success
Many states are showing impressive progress in reducing HAIs.

CDC Resources for States

map of united statesCDC tools and technical assistance support state efforts to prevent HAIs.

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