Cleveland Clinic Children’s hematology and oncology inpatient unit reported zero CLABSIs in 2019. See how they achieved it through fostering a culture of safety and ongoing quality improvement.
Working with Quality and Infection Prevention, the Cleveland Clinic Nursing Institute has put in place a sustainable effort to stop hospital-acquired infections in their tracks. The SHINE program brought together key stakeholders and created new processes. Find out how it works.
Why is Cleveland Clinic Children’s one of only 21 U.S. facilities recognized for top care in all 10 specialties ranked by U.S. News in its “Best Children’s Hospitals” 2015-16? Here’s one reason for each specialty ranked.
Cleveland Clinic NICUs reported zero CLABSIs for more than 365 days from late 2013 to late 2014. See how they achieved it — through fostering a culture of safety and ongoing quality improvement.
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Cleveland Clinic’s high-acuity Neurological ICU staff developed multidisciplinary “tackle teams” to identify infection sources and develop aggressive action plans to avert infections from those sources. The efforts have brought dramatic, enduring reductions.