“We’ve documented a 45% decrease in CAUTI and 73% decrease in CLABSI.”

— Lisa Lavoie, Corporate Director of Clinical Quality and Patient Safety, of Baptist Health Care on her experience with Q-Centrix

Escape from beneath all the data

Most IPs spend more than five hours a day collecting, mining, and reporting infection data. Which means they are unable to spend that time preventing hospital-acquired infections. Complicating matters for hospitals, CMS is moving swiftly to address what the CDC has called a “public health crisis” by encouraging hospitals to improve their infection control and prevention practices through aggressive penalty strategies.

How It Works:


A list of positive screens are populated within Q‑Apps, using any number of mechanisms:

  • Infection prevention platform
  • Report
  • Data feed


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


Partner hospital team reviews and approves the results.


Data is submitted to the NHSN.

About our infection preventionists

With more than 10 years in infection prevention and an average of 29 years in healthcare, our team of IPs are experts.


are certified

in Infection Control


have provided

Hospital Infection Control, Quality, or related trainings


have authored

Infection Control, Quality, or related publications

An expense you really can't afford

Many hospitals face budget constraints and are reluctant to invest in an area like infection prevention that doesn't generate traditional revenue. Yet the cost to create an effective infection prevention program could be financed by avoiding nine SSIs (surgical site infections).

The True Cost of HAI

Watch our video to learn the true cost of an HAI (hospital-acquired infection).

The Q‑Centrix infection screening and control solution suite offers the validation or review and reporting of positive device-associated and procedure-associated cultures, as well as project-specific infection screening.

Device-Associated Solution (Review or Validation):

  • Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI)
  • Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTI)
  • Ventilator-Associated Events (VAE)

Procedure-Associated Solution (Review or Validation):

  • Surgical Site Infections (SSI) Review
  • SSI Denominators Review

Project-Specific Infection Prevention Solution:

  • New York STOP Sepsis Collaborative

Peer review is critical to clinical quality

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