Management research to provide operational advice on improving quality, reducing costs and eliminating disparities.
Through funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, HRET is bringing together multiple organizations at the state level to foster relationships and improve coordination of infection prevention efforts. This project, Engaging Partners in Infection Prevention and Control in Acute Care Hospitals, is enhancing collaboration and alignment among:
Partners are collaborating to strengthen practices in health care facilities to prevent:
Short-stay and long-term acute care hospitals can participate in this 12-month project. Participating hospitals use National Healthcare Safety Network data to monitor improvements in the prevention of CLABSI, CAUTI, CDI and MRSA bacteremia.
Benefits to participating hospitals include:
Project partners include:
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