Infection Prevention Technology

Pivot to a new practice

Few areas of health care were as highly impacted by COVID-19 as the infection prevention organization and its protocols. As the dust settles on 2020, the clinical data will determine the sustainability of all that’s changed.

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An IP spends more than five hours a day collecting, mining and reporting clinical data. In fact, as a result of an exponentially increasing demand for publicly reported infection data, many IPs are exclusively focused on clinical data management. 

To maximize efficiencies and provide real-time data to help IPs detect and control infectious diseases, The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology encourages healthcare facilities to invest in infection tracking and monitoring. 

The combination of our infection prevention experts and market-leading software result in a comprehensive solution for  infection prevention.

Data-driven determinations

 

  • Data is updated in real-time within the dashboard for review and approval of the determination. 
  • The reporting offers easy drill-down features to view comments or the logic of each determination prior or after submission. 

Access the data that matter most

How it works

Our solution offers high-fidelity data when it’s needed most and the detail you need to discover trends and insights.

Positive screens are populated within Q‑Apps

Our team of expert infection preventionists reviews cultures using National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) protocols to identify any HAIs

Outcomes are reviewed and reported.

Data is analyzed by our team of experts for any trends or insights. 

A new future is on the horizon

How Baptist Hospital Drastically Reduced Infection Prevention Rates, Saving More Than $1.2 Million

As the Baptist Hospital quality department team members recognized opportunities to improve their patient safety programs, they wanted to allocate more resources to work more closely with staff on prevention strategies but their team’s time was consumed with managing the required daily abstraction workload. As a result, the hospital experienced a high number of HAIs and subsequently was penalized by CMS.

Results of the Q-Centrix Partnership:

Engaging the Q-Centrix infection prevention team and technology, Baptist Hospital eliminated their CMS penalties for HAIs and positioned their organization as a leader in the infection prevention space.

  • 20+ hours a month for the Baptist Hospital team to proactively impact infection prevention
  • 45% reduction in CAUTI incidents
  • 73% reduction in CLABSI incidents
  • $1,206,914 savings in penalties and costs for the hospital

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