Live from Industry: How to Build a High-Performing Infection Prevention & Control Program
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With significant increase in HAIs in 2020, combined with COVID-19 pandemic pressures, IP staff shortages, and steadily increasing turnover the need for high-performing infection prevention and control (IP&C) programs has never been more evident.
Hospitals need high-performing and resilient IPC programs to keep patients, visitors, and health care personnel safe, to comply with mandated public reporting, to battle multidrug-resistant organisms (MDROs), to promote antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) efforts, and to improve quality, and financial outcomes.
- Recognize common challenges facing infection prevention teams
- Understand key characteristics of a quality-driven infection prevention and control program
- Review elements necessary to be successful in implementing and maintain an high-performing IP&C program
Speaker: Mackenzie Weise, MPH, CIC, Infection Prevention Clinical Program Manager, Wolters Kluwer, Health
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