2012 HAI Progress Meeting

2012 Progress Towards Eliminating Health Care-Associated Infections Meeting

November 27, 2012

At this meeting, subject matter experts gathered to review and discuss how to accelerate progress toward achieving the five-year national health care-associated infection (HAI) prevention targets for reducing the incidence of specific HAIs established in the National Action Plan to Prevent Health Care-Associated Infections: Road Map to Elimination (HAI Action Plan) in September 2008. 

Agenda:

2012 Progress Towards Eliminating Health Care-Associated Infections [PDF – 247 KB]

Summary:

2012 HAI Progress Meeting Summary [PDF – 1,584 KB]

Presentations:

Opening:

Alice's Story [PDF – 1.584 KB]

Introduction to the National Action Plan to Prevent Health Care-Associated Infections: Road Map to Elimination [PDF – 620 KB]

Plenary I: Measuring Progress Towards Achievement of Phase I Action Plan Goals: Acute Care Hospitals

Clostridium difficile Hospitalizations [PDF – 447 KB]

Clostridium difficile Infections [PDF – 537 KB]

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus Invasive Infections [PDF – 472 KB]

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia [PDF – 459 KB]

Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections [PDF – 485 KB]

Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections [PDF – 339 KB]

Surgical Site Infections [PDF – 436 KB]

Surgical Care Improvement Project Measures [PDF – 340 KB]

Plenary II:  Measuring Progress Towards Achievement of Phase II & III Action Plan Goals

Ventilator-Associated Events [PDF – 1,471 KB]

Ambulatory Surgical Centers [PDF – 380 KB]

Flu Vaccination of Healthcare Personnel [PDF - 987 KB]

End-Stage Renal Disease Facilities [PDF – 323 KB]

Long-Term Care Facilities [PDF – 596 KB]

Plenary III: The Road to Achieving the HAI Action Plan Goals

HAI Action Plan Goals [PDF – 481 KB]

HHS Agency Priority Goals [PDF – 390 KB]

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