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California

California

  • Patients in California hospitals had 43 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.57, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 83.9%
    • CAUTIs: 24.2%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 332
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI and SSI. This includes audit of medical records.
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAI data to NHSN
  • State is training a CDC/CSTE fellow as a state or local HAI-focused epidemiologist
  • One of 10 state health departments in the Emerging Infections Programs (EIP) network*
  • States that have implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • States that have implemented a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MRSA Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a VAP Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities*
  • 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: $670,169.66
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $771,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (EIP) funding amount: $458,366
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (ELC) funding amount: $2,596,434
    • Activities A, B, and C: Infrastructure, Monitoring, and Prevention Projects (for more information see EIP ELC Activities Funded)

* These projects include laboratory components

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Connecticut

Connecticut

  • Patients in Connecticut hospitals had 37 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.63, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 73.2%
    • CAUTIs: 14.6%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 1-4
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI. This includes audit of medical records.
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAI data to NHSN
  • State health department is involved with a CUSP initiative to prevent CLABSI and/or CAUTI
  • One of 10 state health departments in the Emerging Infections Programs (EIP) network*
  • State has implemented a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MDRO Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MRSA Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities
  • Dialysis facilities in this state are participating in prevention and/or reporting initiatives for HAIs
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $395,493.86
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $69,980
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (EIP) funding amount: $338,531
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (ELC) funding amount: $878,049
    • Activities A, B, and C: Infrastructure, Monitoring, and Prevention Projects (see EIP ELC Activities Funded for more information)

* These projects include laboratory components

State Contact:

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Florida

Florida

  • Patients in Florida hospitals had 46 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted. percent between 2008 and 2011.  (SIR=0.54, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 78.9%
    • CAUTIs: 41.8%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 66
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CAUTI.
  • State hospital association is involved with a 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 Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities
  • States has implemented a MDRO Prevention Collaborative
  • States has implemented a CRE 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: $350,206.66
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $421,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $1,743,280

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Illinois

Illinois

* These projects include laboratory components

State Contact:

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Iowa

Iowa

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Louisiana

Louisiana

CDC and the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals have entered into a data use agreement. The state health department will gain access on a quarterly basis to data reported to CDC’s National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) from healthcare facilities in the state. The new provisions are designed to allow data access solely for the purposes of surveillance and prevention.

The following data are being requested by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals:

  • Central line-associated bloodstream infections in all critical care locations
  • Surgical site infections for colon and hysterectomy procedures (inpatient procedures only)
  • Catheter-associated urinary tract infections in all critical care locations
  • Ventilator-associated pneumonia in all critical care locations
  • Dialysis events from outpatient dialysis facilities
  • MRSA and C. difficile Lab ID events from all inpatient locations (FacWideIN)

See entire Louisiana Data Use Agreement [PDF - 3.2 MB]

See detailed list of data [PDF - 233 KB] in the agreement

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Maine

Maine

State Contact:

  • Stephen D. Sears MD MPH
    State Epidemiologist
    Maine CDC
    286 Water Street, 8th floor
    Augusta, Maine 04330
  • Phone: (207) 287-5183
    Fax: (207) 287-6865
  • 1-800-821-5821 24-hour Disease Reporting Line
  • Maine Department of Health and Human Services

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Michigan

Michigan

  • Patients in Michigan hospitals had 64 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.36, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 59.9%
    • CAUTIs: 21.7%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 28
  • State health department and hospital association are involved with a CUSP initiative to prevent CLABSI and/or CAUTI
  • State has implemented a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MDRO Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MRSA Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CRE Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Hand Hygiene Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities*
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a VAP 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: $361,653.66
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $782,173
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $685,729

* These projects include laboratory components

State Contact:

  • Jennie L. Finks, DVM, MVPH
    Surveillance of Healthcare-associated and Resistant Pathogens (SHARP) Unit
    Michigan Department of Community Health
    Capitol View Building, 5th floor
    201 Townsend, 5th Floor
    Lansing, MI 48913

  • Phone: (517) 335-9547
    Fax: (517) 335-8263
  • Michigan Department of Community Health

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New Hampshire

New Hampshire

  • Patients in New Hampshire hospitals had 36 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.64, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 82.8%
    • CAUTIs: 17.2%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 26
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI and SSI.
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAI data to NHSN
  • State health department is involved with a CUSP initiative to prevent CLABSI and/or CAUTI
  • This state has trained a CDC/CSTE fellow as a state or local HAI-focused epidemiologist
  • 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 Hand Hygiene Collaborative
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities
  • Dialysis facilities in this state are participating in prevention and/or reporting initiatives for HAIs
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $72,235.20
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $71,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $737,551

State Contact:

  • Katrina Hansen, MPH
    HAI Program Manager
    Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAI) Program Bureau of Infectious Disease Control New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services
    Department of Health and Human Services
    29 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03301-6504

  • Phone: (603) 271-8325
    Fax: (603) 271-0545


  • Roza Tammer, M.P.H.
    Healthcare-Associated Infections Surveillance Coordinator
    Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAI) Program Bureau of Infectious Disease Control New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services
    Department of Health and Human Services
    29 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03301-6504

  • Phone: (603) 271-5927
    Fax: (603) 271-0545
  • New Hampshire Department of Health

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New Mexico

New Mexico

  • Patients in New Mexico hospitals had 48 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.52, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 62.5%
    • CAUTIs: 27.1%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 5
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI. This includes audit of medical records.
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAIs data to NHSN
  • State health department and hospital association are involved with CUSP initiative to prevent CLABSI and/or CAUTI
  • One of 10 state health departments in the Emerging Infections Programs (EIP) network*
  • State has implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MRSA Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State is involved with antimicrobial stewardship activities
  • State has implemented a Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities*
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $323,494.66
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $71,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (EIP) funding amount: $403,465
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (ELC) funding amount: $1,099,998

* These projects include laboratory components

State Contact:

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North Carolina

North Carolina

  • Patients in North Carolina hospitals had 43 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.57, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 69.9%
    • CAUTIs: 26.3%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 32
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI and CAUTI. This includes audit of medical records.
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAI data to NHSN
  • State health department is involved with a CUSP initiative to prevent CLABSI and/or CAUTI
  • State has implemented CDC injection safety initiatives and participates in the One and Only Campaign
  • State has implemented a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • States has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MDRO Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a VAP Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities*
  • This state was selected for a 2011 CDC Prevention Epicenter program to support innovative approaches to reducing HAIs
    • Duke University Prevention Epicenter
      - Duke University, Durham, N.C.
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $59,022.40
  • 2012 Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Infectious Diseases (ELC) Funding Program Component (PC) funding amount: $33,125.00
    • Activity: Improving Health Department Capacity to Provide Infection Prevention and Control Assistance
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $339,277
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $1,659,130

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Maryland

Maryland

  • Patients in Maryland hospitals had 33 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.67, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 79.7%
    • CAUTIs: 47.5%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 45
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI and SSI. For CLABSI, this includes audit of medical records.
  • 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
  • One of 10 state health departments in the Emerging Infections Programs (EIP) network*
  • 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 Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities
  • State has implemented a MDRO Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a VAP Prevention Collaborative
  • Dialysis facilities in this state are participating in prevention and/or reporting initiatives for HAIs
  • This state is part of an HHS study evaluating MDROs on environmental surfaces in healthcare facilities*
  • State is involved with antimicrobial stewardship activities
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $333,494.66
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $66,853
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (EIP) funding amount: $394,129
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (EL) funding amount: $1,258,613

* These projects include laboratory components

State Contacts:

  • Katherine Richards, MPH
    Healthcare-Associated Infections Program Coordinator
    Office of Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Outbreak Response
    Prevention and Health Promotion Administration
    Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
    201 West Preston Street, 3rd Floor
    Baltimore, MD 21201
  • Phone: (410) 767-3543
    Fax: (410) 669-4215

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Massachusetts

Massachusetts

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Oklahoma

Oklahoma

  • Patients in Oklahoma hospitals had 49 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.51, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 37.5%
    • CAUTIs: 23.6%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 23
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI. This includes audit of medical records.
  • 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
  • State has implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • Dialysis facilities in this state are participating in prevention and/or reporting initiatives for HAIs
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $81,617.00
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $71,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $1,238,301

State Contact:

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Oregon

Oregon

  • Patients in Oregon hospitals had by 62 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.38, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 68.8%
    • CAUTIs: 34.4%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 53
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI.
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAI data to NHSN
  • State hospital association is involved with a CUSP initiative to prevent CLABSI and/or CAUTI
  • One of 10 state health departments in the Emerging Infections Programs (EIP) network*
  • State has implemented a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MDRO Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MRSA Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CRE Prevention Collaborative
  • State is involved with antimicrobial stewardship activities
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $430,766.66
  • 2012 Other Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Infectious Diseases (ELC) Funding Program Component (PC) funding amount: $302,987.65  
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $426,524
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (EIP) funded amount: $341,258
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (ELC) funding amount: $724,228

* These projects include laboratory components

State Contact:

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Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

  • Patients in Pennsylvania hospitals had 51 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.49, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 80.5%
    • CAUTIs: 86.0%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 171
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI and CAUTI.
  • 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 a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • This state was selected for a 2011 CDC Prevention Epicenter program to support innovative approaches to reducing HAIs
    • Southeastern Pennsylvania Adult and Pediatric Prevention Epicenter Network
      - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
  • State has implemented a VAP Prevention Collaborative
  • State is involved with antimicrobial stewardship activities
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $20,000.00
  • 2012 Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Infectious Diseases (ELC) Funding Program Component (PC) funding amount: $275,000.00
    • Activity: Improving Antimicrobial Use to Decrease Antimicrobial Resistance HAIs and Clostridium difficile Infections and Identify Cost-effective and Evidence-based Healthcare-associated Infections Intervention Strategies
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $71,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $1,020,480

State Contact:

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South Carolina

South Carolina

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Tennessee

Tennessee

  • Patients in Tennessee hospitals had 30 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.70, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 62.3%
    • CAUTIs: 16.9%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 80
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI and SSI.
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAI data to NHSN
  • State health department is 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
  • One of 10 state health departments in the Emerging Infections Programs (EIP) network*
  • State has implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • States has implemented a CRE Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities
  • State has implemented a MDRO Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MRSA Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • Dialysis facilities in this state are participating in prevention and/or reporting initiatives for HAIs
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $408,754.66
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $768,006
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (EIP) Funded Amount: $354,212
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act (ELC) funding amount: $1,746,164

* These projects include laboratory components

State Contact:

  • Marion A. Kainer MD, MPH, FRACP
    Medical Epidemiologist/ Infectious Diseases Physician Director
    Hospital Infections and Antimicrobial Resistance Program
    Tennessee Department of Health
    CEDS, 1st Floor, Cordell Hull Bldg
    425, 5th Avenue North
    Nashville, TN 37243

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Texas

Texas

  • Patients in Texas hospitals had 44 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.56, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 52.6%
    • CAUTIs: 23.7%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 247
  • 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
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • States that have implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State is involved with antimicrobial stewardship activities
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA):
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $1,233,977

State Contact:

  • Shawn Tupy MT, MBA
    Healthcare Safety Group Manager
    Emerging and Acute Infectious Disease Branch
    Texas Department of State Health Services
    1100 W 49th Street
    Austin TX, 78756

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Vermont

Vermont

  • Patients in Vermont hospitals had 75 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.25, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 50.0%
    • CAUTIs: 10%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 13
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for SSI.
  • Facilities in this state are required by law to report HAI data to NHSN
  • This state is training a CDC/CSTE fellow as a state or local HAI-focused epidemiologist
  • State has implemented a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities*
  • State has implemented a MDRO Prevention Collaborative*
  • State has implemented a MRSA Prevention Collaborative
  • Dialysis facilities in this state are participating in prevention and/or reporting initiatives for HAIs
  • This state is part of an HHS study evaluating MDROs on environmental surfaces in healthcare facilities*
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $284.605.70.
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $67,236
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $830,600

* These projects include laboratory components

State Contact:

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Virginia

Virginia

* These projects include laboratory components

State Contact:

  • Andrea Alvarez, MPH
    Healthcare-Associated Infections Epidemiologist
    Virginia Department of Health
    Division of Surveillance and Investigation
    109 Governor St, 5th Floor
    Richmond, VA 23219

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Wisconsin

Wisconsin

  • Patients in Wisconsin hospitals had 43 percent fewer central line-associated bloodstream infections in 2011 than would have been predicted.  (SIR=0.57, What is this?)
  • The percent of healthcare facilities in this state reporting HAI data to CDC's NHSN:
    • CLABSIs: 54.2%
    • CAUTIs: 31.3%
    • The number of facilities reporting SSIs: 47
    • This state has done some type of validation effort for CLABSI, CAUTI, and SSI. For CLABSI, this includes audit of medical records.
  • State has implemented a C. diff Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CAUTI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a CLABSI Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a MRSA Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a SSI Prevention Collaborative
  • States has implemented a CRE Prevention Collaborative
  • State has implemented a Prevention Collaborative for LTC Facilities*
  • 2012 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $135,000.00
  • 2012 Other Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Infectious Diseases (ELC) Funding Program Component (PC) funding amount: $38,271.00
  • 2011 Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding amount: $371,472
  • 2009-2011 Recovery Act funding amount: $976,405

State Contact:

  • Gwen Borlaug, CIC, MPH
    Infection Control Epidemiologist
    Division of Public Health
    Bureau of Communicable Diseases
    1 West Wilson Street Room 318
    Madison, WI 53702

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The information included in this map describes state HAI prevention efforts with financial and/or technical support provided by CDC. Please refer to state health department Web sites for information about additional HAI prevention efforts underway in each state.

 
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