Oregon Data

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Roza Tammer
Description
Oregon hospitals report CLABSIs from adult and pediatric intensive care units and adult and pediatric medical, surgical, and medical/surgical wards as part of Oregon's mandatory healthcare-associated infections reporting program. For information regarding standardized infection ratio baselines, please see https://www.cdc.gov/nhsn/2015rebaseline/index.html.
Category
Health & Human Services
Tags
2016 hai report, original baseline
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Data Provided By
Oregon Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAI) Program
Source Link
http://healthoregon.org/hai-reports
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Field Names:

Hospital Name
hospital_name
Hospital Location
hospital_location
Central Line Days
central_line_days
Observed Infections
observed_infections
Predicted Infections
predicted_infections
2016 SIR
_2016_sir
SIR 95% CI
sir_95_ci
SIR Interpretation (2006-08 US Baseline)
sir_interpretation_2006_08_us_baseline
2013 HHS Targets
_2013_hhs_targets
Percentile on 2014 National SIR Distribution
percentile_on_2014_national_sir_distribution
County
county
HPP Region
hpp_region
Location 1
location_1
SIR Icon
sir_icon_2
Benchmark Icon
benchmark_icon_2
Location
location

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