Reduce Hospital Acquired Infections with Rounding
Hospitals assess patient safety through many different metrics that include compliance with both regulatory and national patient safety goals. It is important that hospitals complete rounds that support the reduction of Hospital Acquired Infections, one of the leading causes of readmission. However, it can be difficult to track and correct any issues within the policy without proper checks and controls.
When addressing Hospital Acquired Infections, it is important to address them individually with specific targeted rounds. One of the most common Hospital Acquired Infections is Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTIs). This HAI accounts for over 25.6% of HAIs and needs a specific set of policies to reduce this type of infection.
Download the Sentact eBook on Addressing Hospital Acquired Infections with Rounding: A Focus on Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections to learn:
- The financial impact of Hospital Acquired Infections; including CAUTIs.
- Rounding best practices to reduce Hospital Acquired Infections.
- The benefits of a rounding solution on your HAI policies.