HAI Data and Statistics
HAI data and statistics in Minnesota and the national level including the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN).
- Minnesota Hospital Quality Report
The Minnesota Hospital Quality Report is designed to provide information to consumers and providers about the quality and safety of care in Minnesota hospitals. It was developed by the Minnesota Hospital Quality Partnership, which includes the Minnesota Hospital Association and Stratis Health (Minnesota’s Quality Improvement Organization).
- Minnesota Legislation: Statute 62J.82 Hospital Information Reporting Disclosure
Legislation that required hospitals to begin publicly reporting specific hospital-acquired infections by January, 1 2009.
- Stratis Health: Minnesota Adverse Health Events Measurement Guide (PDF)
Stratis Health has been reviewing reported adverse events, root cause analyses, and corrective action plans under contract with the Minnesota Department of Health since 2003. Through review of the reported events and communication with reporting organizations, Stratis Health has noted that organizations have challenges when creating strong measures, which allow them to know if their efforts are having the intended effect. Limited resources and tools are available to assist organizations through the process of developing, implementing, and evaluating their measurement strategy.
- CDC: Healthcare-associated Infections in the United States, 2006-2016: A Story of Progress
The Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion (DHQP) has released National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) HAI data reports, along with an overall summary of HAI prevention progress that includes information from the Emerging Infections Program (EIP) hospital HAI and antimicrobial use prevalence survey, EIP invasive MRSA infection surveillance, and EIP CDI surveillance.
- First State-Specific Healthcare-Associated Infections Summary Data Report CDC’s National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN)
HAI Summary Data Reports are compiled by CDC to provide information about infections to the public.
- Hospital Compare
Hospital Compare is a tool developed by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Department of Health and Human Services, and other members of the Hospital Quality Alliance: Improving Care Through Information (HQA). This tool provides information on how well hospitals care for patients with certain medical conditions or surgical procedures, and results from a survey of patients about the quality of care they received during a recent hospital stay.