Health Care Worker Influenza Vaccination
Health care 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 Oregon hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, dialysis facilities, and ambulatory surgery centers from the 2017-2018 to the 2021-2022 influenza seasons.
2021-2022 Health Care Worker Influenza Vaccination Dashboard
Reportable HAI Data in Oregon
2017 Oregon HAI Facility-Specific Maps and Tables
These online tables and maps show how specific facilities performed in 2017 compared to the U.S. as a whole and to national goals for HAI reduction.
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2017 Oregon HAI Data Summary
This document summarizes Oregon's hospitals progress toward national goals for HAI reduction.
About the Data
This document describes our data presentation and analysis methods for 2017 Oregon HAI data that are available in facility-specific maps and tables.
CD Summary Articles
When Healthcare Becomes Health Scare, 12/2017 - This issue looks at HAI measures reported by hospitals
Taking a Shot at Injection Safety, 7/2017 - This issue describes practices and settings where injection safety is a concern
Clostridium Difficile Infection: Our Biggest Nosocomial Problem? 7/2017 - This issue delineates the burden of CDI, offers recommendations on how to prevent transmission, and suggests educational resources for healthcare providers
Candidemia: Central line and Main Line, 1/2017 - This issue offers data on candidemia in Oregon
Cryptosporidiosis in Baker City: Proposed Administrative Changes, 10/2013 - This issue presents the proposed changes to Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) that take effect January 1, 2014
Drop Everything: The CRE are Coming, 4/2016 - This issue provides background on the classification and clinical importance of carbapenem-resistant
Enterobacteriaceae and describes our efforts to control their spread in Oregon
Establishment of a Statewide Network for Carbapenem-Resistant
Enterobacteriacea Prevention in a Low-Incidence Region (2014)
Multistate Point-Prevalence Survey of Health Care–Associated Infections (Abstract), Magill S., et. al. NEJM 2014; 370:1198-1208.
Evaluating the Accuracy of Sampling to Estimate Central Line–Days: Simplification of the National Healthcare Safety Network Surveillance Methods, Thompson N., et al., ICHE 2013;34:221-228.
Statewide Validation of Hospital-Reported Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections, Oregon, 2009
Oregon CRE Toolkit
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 Multidrug-Resistant Organism (MDRO) Toolkit
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.
2015 Highlights from Skilled Nursing Facilities
2015 Highlights from Hospitals
2015 Highlights from Laboratories
special studies that are part of CDC's Emerging Infections Program (EIP)