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HAI Annual Report

The 2015 annual report includes summary and facility-specific data on HAIs. The summary HAI data is published as a pdf report and the facility-specific data is available online. Data were reported to OHA by 61 hospitals and 60 dialysis facilities. Health care worker influenza vaccination rates can be viewed in a separate document below.
2015 Oregon HAI Summary Report (pdf)
This report provides an overall summary of how Oregon hospitals performed in 2015 relative to the U.S. as a whole and to national benchmarks for HAI reduction.

Previous Annual Reports are listed under Archived Reports.


2015 Oregon HAI Facility Specific Tables and Maps (online)
The online tables and maps shows facility-specific performance in 2015 relative to facilities nationwide and national benchmarks for HAI reduction.

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Previous Annual Reports are listed under Archived Reports

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Healthcare Worker Influenza Vaccination

  • 2014-2015 Health Care Worker Influenza Vaccination Report (pdf)
  • Effective Strategies to Promote Staff Influenza Vaccination in Oregon Healthcare Facilities (pdf) 
  • Impact of Vaccine Promotion Strategies in Oregon Healthcare Facilities-ID Week 2015: Influenza Vaccination Poster (pdf)
    Healthcare workers can acquire influenza from patients or transmit influenza to patients and other staff. Annual vaccination of health care workers can prevent influenza transmission.

    This report presents healthcare worker influenza vaccination rates for 62 Oregon hospitals and 137 skilled nursing facilities, and 85 ambulatory surgery centers.

    Previous reports are listed under Archived Reports.


    HCW-Influenza Vax Cover 2015

    Flu Vax Poster


    CD Summary Articles

    Published Articles


    • 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.


    Oregon’s HAI program distributes surveys to various healthcare facilities and laboratories to determine current trends and needs. Below are highlights, by facility and year.

    Special Studies

    Archived Reports

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