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Surgical teams focus every day on ensuring the best outcomes for patients, including preventing surgical site infections (SSIs). SSIs not only cause patient suffering, but also carry regulatory and financial consequences. SSIs for certain procedures are among the hospital-acquired conditions (HACs) for which Medicare and Medicaid will no longer pay an additional amount. The Joint Commission requires facilities to be in compliance with infection prevention standards and guidelines.
This special report includes practical strategies and collaborative projects for preventing SSIs. They exemplify the culture and practice changes perioperative teams are making to protect patients from these persistent and potentially devastating complications.
Table of Contents:
- Are you on target for meeting SSI, SCIP metrics?
- Preventing SSIs: Keys to solutions lie with your front-line clinicians
- 'Operation Zero' targets surgical site infections
- Hospitals share data to prevent colorectal SSIs
- Upping the game for OR cleaning with monitoring and partnerships
- OR zone system: A fast and effective way to clean
- Could technology lend a hand in cleaning of ORs?
Format: Downloadable PDF
Page Count: 23
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