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Alabama

Alabama

  • Patients in Alabama hospitals had 31 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.69, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 65.3%
    • CAUTIs: 80.5%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 74
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI, CAUTI, and SSI. For CAUTI, this includes audit of medical records.
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAI data to NHSN
  • State hospital association is involved with CUSP initiative to prevent CLABSI and/or CAUTI
  • State has implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Hand Hygiene Collaborative
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State is involved with antimicrobial stewardship activities
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $105,000.00
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $71,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $487,133

State Contact:

  • Nadine Crawford
    HAI Coordinator, Infection Control Officer
    Alabama Department of Public Health
    Division of Epidemiology Bureau of Communicable Disease
    201 Monroe Street, Suite 1460
    Montgomery, AL 36104

 

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Idaho

Idaho

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Kansas

Kansas

  • Patients in Kansas hospitals had 57 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.43, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 28.9%
    • CAUTIs: 27.5%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 12
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI, CAUTI, and SSI.
  • State hospital association is involved with CUSP initiative to prevent CLABSI and/or CAUTI
  • State has implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a C.diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MRSA Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MDRO Prevention Collaborative
  • Dialysis facilities in this state are participating in prevention and/or reporting initiatives for HAIs
  • State is involved with antimicrobial stewardship activities
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $103,700.00
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $71,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $576,307

State Contact:

  • Joseph M. Scaletta, MPH, RN, CIC
    Director, KDHE Healthcare-associated Infections Program
    Kansas Department of Health and Environment
    Bureau of Surveillance and Epidemiology
    1000 SW Jackson, Suite 210
    Topeka KS 66612-1274
  • Office: (785) 296-4090
    Fax: (785) 291-3775
    Epidemiology Hotline: (877) 427-7317

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New Jersey

New Jersey

  • Patients in New Jersey hospitals had 27 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.73, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 76.6%
    • CAUTIs: 76.6%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 71
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI, CAUTI, and SSI.
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAI data to NHSN
  • State health department and hospital association are involved with a CUSP initiative to prevent CLABSI and/or CAUTI
  • This state is training a CDC/CSTE fellow as a state or local HAI-focused epidemiologist
  • State has implemented CDC injection safety initiatives and participates in the One and Only Campaign
  • State has implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State is involved with antimicrobial stewardship activities
  • Dialysis facilities in this state are participating in prevention and/or reporting initiatives for HAIs
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $33,934.60
  • 2012 Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Infectious Diseases (ELC) Funding Program Component (PC) funding amount: $180,000.00
    • Activity: Improving Health Department Capacity to Provide Infection Prevention and Control Assistance
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $71,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $217,067

State Contact:

  • Emmanuel Noggoh
    Director, Office of healthcare Quality Assessment
    New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services
    Office of healthcare Quality Assessment
    240 W State Street, 11th Floor
    Trenton, NJ 08608

  • Phone: (609) 984-7334
    Fax: (609) 984-7735
  • New Jersey Department of Health

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Ohio

Ohio

  • Patients in Ohio hospitals had 53 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.47, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • o CLABSIs: 66.0%
    • CAUTIs: 19.7%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 12
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAI data to NHSN
  • State health department and hospital association are involved with a CUSP initiative to prevent CLABSI and/or CAUTI
  • This state was selected for CDC's Prevention Epicenter program to support innovative approaches to reducing HAIs
  • State has implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Hand Hygiene Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MDRO Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MRSA Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a VAP Prevention Collaborative
  • State is involved with antimicrobial stewardship activities
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $105,000.00
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $71,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $373,868

State Contact:

  • Marika C. Mohr, MS, RN, CIC
    Infectious Disease Control Consultant
    Outbreak Response and Bioterrorism Investigation Team
    Bureau of Infectious Diseases
    Ohio Department of Health
    35 East Chestnut Street, 6 FL
    Columbus, OH 43215

  • Phone: (614) 466-9067
    Fax: (614) 564-2456

Ohio Department of Health

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