For questions or more information contact:

Bonnie DiPietro

Director of Operations
bdipietro@marylandpatientsafety.org
410-540-5095 (Direct)
Long Term Care Hand Hygiene Collaborative

To participate or to find out more information, send an email to: support@marylandpatientsafety.org

LTC Hand Hygiene Observer Training
Maryland Hospital Hand Hygiene Collaborative
Hospital Hand Hygiene Web Training
Hospital Hand Hygiene Observer Training

Hand Hygiene Collaborative

Maryland Patient Safety Center

The Maryland Patient Safety Center Long Term Care Hand Hygiene Collaborative

The Maryland Patient Safety Center (MPSC) is accepting participants into the Long Term Care Hand Hygiene Collaborative (LTCHHC). This initiative will enhance the prevention of healthcare associated infections in long term care facilities. The goal of the collaborative to to achieve a better than 90 percent (90%) hand hygiene compliance rate in eighty percent (80%) of the participating long term care facilities. Led by the MPSC, the collaborative will also work in concert with the efforts of the state’s Quality Innovation Network QIO, the Virginia Healthcare Quality Council. For more information about VHQC, please visit http://qin.vhqc.org  


Send an e-mail to support@marylandpatientsafety.org for more information or to register to participate in the MPSC LTC Hand Hygiene Collaborative.  


The Maryland Hospital Hand Hygiene Collaborative
The Maryland Hospital Hand Hygiene Collaborative led by the Maryland Patient Safety Center ended successfully in October 2014 with twelve (12) consecutive months of a sustained compliance rate of ninety percent (90%) or better. Forty four acute care hospitals and one specialty hospital participated in this collaborative.

Historical data and reports for your hospital may be obtained by logging in here. If you have any difficulty or have any questions, please send an e-mail to support@marylandpatientsafety.org for more information.

 

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Hand Hygiene in the NICU

Very Basic Measure to Decrease Spread of Microbes HAI