Previous HAI Progress Reports
Together with health care and public health partners, CDC is working to bring increased attention to HAIs and prevention. The National and State HAI Progress Report expands upon and provides an update to previous reports detailing progress toward the ultimate goal of eliminating HAIs. The reports can serve as a reference for anyone looking for information about national and state HAI prevention progress.
The most recent HAI Progress Report consists of national and state-by-state summaries of healthcare-associated infections in acute care hospitals, and national summaries in long-term care facilities and inpatient rehabilitation facilities.
- HAI Progress Report 2013, published 2015 [PDF – 27 MB]
- HAI Progress Report 2012, published 2014 [PDF – 24 MB]
- Standardized Infection Ratio (SIR) Report, 2011 [PDF – 1M]
- SIR Report, 2010 [PDF – 1M]
- SIR Report, July to December 2009 [PDF – 903K]
- State-Specific SIR Report, January to June 2009 [PDF – 792K]
- State-Specific SIR Report, July to December 2009 [PDF – 448K]
HAI Progress Report Data
CDC’s National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) provided data for this report. NHSN provides a secure way for healthcare facilities to track and report healthcare-associated infection (HAI) data. CDC, states, healthcare facilities, and other patient safety organizations use this data to identify problem areas, measure progress of prevention efforts, and ultimately eliminate HAIs. HAI data for nearly all U.S. hospitals are published on the Hospital Compare tool.
Visit NHSN’s website for more NHSN annual reports.
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- Page last updated: March 2, 2016
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