Slow Adoption of Automated Infection Prevention Surveillance: Are Human Factors Contributing?
Although automated surveillance technology has been evolving for decades, adoption of these technologies is in a nascent state. The current...Read more
Surveillance Versus Clinical Adjudication: Differences Persist with New Ventilator – Associated Event Definition
The goals of this study are to compare the results of an automated surveillance strategy using the new VAE definition...Read more
An Electronic Surveillance Tool for Catheter – Associated Urinary Tract Infection in Intensive Care Units
Traditional methods of surveillance of catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) are error-prone and resource-intensive. To resolve these issues, a highly...Read more
Data Elements and Validation Methods Used for Electronic Surveillance of Health Care-Associated Infections: A Systematic Review
This article describes the primary data sources, data elements, and validation methods currently used in electronic surveillance systems (ESS) for...Read more