Improving Infection Control With Data: A Guide to Ensuring Quality Care And Jcaho Compliance

Improving Infection Control With Data: A Guide to Ensuring Quality Care And Jcaho Compliance by Lorraine Duthe

ISBN10: 1578397790
ISBN13: 978-1578397792
Author: Lorraine Duthe
Title: Improving Infection Control With Data: A Guide to Ensuring Quality Care And Jcaho Compliance
Publisher: HCPro, Inc.; 2nd edition (May 30, 2006)
Language: English
Size ePub: 1604 kb
Size PDF: 1569 kb
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Subcategory: Biological Sciences

Improving Infection Control With Data: A Guide to Ensuring Quality Care And Jcaho Compliance by Lorraine Duthe



As someone responsible for controlling infections at your organization, you're well aware of how valuable and essential data are to your IC program. HCPro's newest IC resource, Improving Infection Control With Data, Second Edition: A Guide to Ensuring Quality Care and Joint Commission Compliance, will make your data collection process easier, and more effective. The second edition of this successful resource is the ultimate guide to collecting data for infection control. This book comprises a series of short how-to scenarios and real-life examples, which take readers through the process of collecting, analyzing, and acting upon infection control data to meet The Joint Commission's IC requirements. The second edition also includes new National Nosocomial Infections Surveillance System benchmarks. This book discusses the importance of proper data collection; gives you formulas, calculations, and benchmarks to analyze your data; and provides customizable charts so you can easily display your data. With all these tools, you'll be able to meet the Joint Commission's requirements and provide sound feedback regarding patients quality of care. With Improving Infection Control With Data, Second Edition, you ll be able to chart a clear course of action to reduce infection rates, improve the quality of care that you provide to patients, and much more. The sooner you order this invaluable resource, the sooner you'll have your organization compliant with existing IC regulations.

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