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HAI Publications and Maps
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Current Reports and Maps

HAI Annual Report

The annual report includes a written report with details on HAIs in Oregon healthcare facilities and an interactive map that displays healthcare-associated infection rates by hospital. 

2013 Oregon HAI Report (pdf)

Oregon's HAI Program has released the 2013 annual report on HAIs from 60 Oregon healthcare facilities, one long-term acute care (LTAC) facility, and 51 dialysis facilities. This report covers 11 outcome measures and 3 process measures reportable to the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN).



Oregon HAI Interactive Map  |  Instructions for viewing and using the map (pdf)

This map displays healthcare-associated infection rates in Oregon, by hospital. Data are from Oregon’s 2013 HAI annual report (see above). Click on a hospital to view detailed information about each hospital.

We recommend maximizing your browser window and using Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome to view these maps.



 
Healthcare Worker Influenza Vaccination
  • 2012-2013 Healthcare Worker Influenza Vaccination Report (pdf)
    Infection with the influenza virus causes thousands of hospitalizations and deaths annually in the United States, the majority occurring among vulnerable populations including persons with chronic medical conditions, infants, young children, seniors, and pregnant women. Healthcare workers can acquire influenza from patients or transmit influenza to patients and other staff.

CD Summary Articles


Published Articles


Toolkits

  • Oregon CRE Toolkit (pdf)
    The Oregon CRE Toolkit is designed as a practical working document to aid the health care workforce groups most predictably involved in the detection, treatment, and prevention of CRE in Oregon, namely infectious diseases physicians, health care epidemiologists, infection preventionists, nurses, and microbiologists.

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