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Hospital-Acquired Infections: Beginning 2008

Row numberFacility IdHospital NameIndicator NameYearInfections observedInfections predictedDenominatorIndicator valueIndicator Lower confidence limitIndicator Upper confidence limitIndicator unitsComparison resultsLocation 1
10New York State - All HospitalsCDI Community Onset Not-My-Hospital2014709421619990.33# community onset not-my-hospital cases per 100 admissions, not risk-adjusted
20New York State - All HospitalsCDI Hospital Onset20148890840556710.58# hospital onset cases per 10,000 patient days at risk, risk-adjusted
30New York State - All HospitalsCDI Possibly-My-Hospital Associated20142353123002131.91# possibly-my-hospital cases per 10,000 patient days, not risk-adjusted
40New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Cardiothoracic ICU201444784160.56# CLABSI per 1000 line days
50New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Coronary ICU201442519790.81# CLABSI per 1000 line days
60New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Medical ICU20141171102731.06# CLABSI per 1000 line days
70New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Medical Surgical ICU20141281477140.87# CLABSI per 1000 line days
80New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Neonatal ICU Level 2/320141152482.10# CLABSI per 1000 line days
90New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Neonatal ICU Level 3201420158381.26# CLABSI per 1000 line days
100New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Neonatal ICU Regional Perinatal Center201462600201.03# CLABSI per 1000 line days
110New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Neurosurgical ICU201418208480.86# CLABSI per 1000 line days
120New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Overall Standardized Infection Ratio20145181.00
130New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Pediatric ICU201420310990.64# CLABSI per 1000 line days
140New York State - All HospitalsCLABSI Surgical ICU201474776690.95# CLABSI per 1000 line days
150New York State - All HospitalsCRE Admission Prevalence Rate- all body sites2014134623850440.56# admission prevalent CRE infections per 1,0000 admissions
160New York State - All HospitalsCRE Admission Prevalence Rate- Bloodstream Infections201412323850440.05# admission prevalent CRE BSIs per 1,0000 admissions
170New York State - All HospitalsCRE Hospital Onset Infection Rate- all body sites20141345131664631.02# hospital onset CRE infections per 10,000 patient days
180New York State - All HospitalsCRE Hospital Onset Infection Rate- Bloodstream Infections2014249131664630.19# hospital onset blood stream CRE infections per 10,000 patient days
190New York State - All HospitalsSSI CABG chest site2014173105971.63# SSI per 100 procedures, risk-adjusted
200New York State - All HospitalsSSI CABG donor site20144294960.44# SSI per 100 procedures, risk-adjusted
210New York State - All HospitalsSSI Colon20141256190936.58# SSI per 100 procedures, risk-adjusted
220New York State - All HospitalsSSI Hip2014301321340.94# SSI per 100 procedures, risk-adjusted
230New York State - All HospitalsSSI Hysterectomy2014258192121.34# SSI per 100 procedures, risk-adjusted
240New York State - All HospitalsSSI Overall Standardized Infection Ratio201420301.00
251Albany Medical Center HospitalCDI Community Onset Not-My-Hospital2014129334880.390.320.46# community onset not-my-hospital cases per 100 admissions, not risk-adjustedNot compared(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
261Albany Medical Center HospitalCDI Hospital Onset2014190137.2112740314.6512.0517.61# hospital onset cases per 10,000 patient days at risk, risk-adjustedSignificantly higher than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
271Albany Medical Center HospitalCDI Possibly-My-Hospital Associated2014391879962.070.150.28# possibly-my-hospital cases per 10,000 patient days, not risk-adjustedNot compared(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
281Albany Medical Center HospitalCLABSI Cardiothoracic ICU201422.1838840.510.061.86# CLABSI per 1000 line daysNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
291Albany Medical Center HospitalCLABSI Coronary ICU201402.0925830.000.001.16# CLABSI per 1000 line daysNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
301Albany Medical Center HospitalCLABSI Medical ICU201413.7635450.280.011.57# CLABSI per 1000 line daysNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
311Albany Medical Center HospitalCLABSI Medical Surgical ICU201411.4316540.600.023.37# CLABSI per 1000 line daysNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
321Albany Medical Center HospitalCLABSI Neonatal ICU Regional Perinatal Center201454.0035161.290.423.01# CLABSI per 1000 line daysNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
331Albany Medical Center HospitalCLABSI Overall Standardized Infection Ratio20141521.040.710.401.18Not significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
341Albany Medical Center HospitalCLABSI Pediatric ICU201411.0916940.590.013.29# CLABSI per 1000 line daysNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
351Albany Medical Center HospitalCLABSI Surgical ICU201456.4968080.730.241.71# CLABSI per 1000 line daysNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
361Albany Medical Center HospitalCRE Admission Prevalence Rate- all body sites201412357870.34# admission prevalent CRE infections per 1,0000 admissionsNot compared(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
371Albany Medical Center HospitalCRE Admission Prevalence Rate- Bloodstream Infections20140357870.00# admission prevalent CRE BSIs per 1,0000 admissionsNot compared(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
381Albany Medical Center HospitalCRE Hospital Onset Infection Rate- all body sites201492081790.43# hospital onset CRE infections per 10,000 patient daysNot compared(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
391Albany Medical Center HospitalCRE Hospital Onset Infection Rate- Bloodstream Infections201402081790.000.000.18# hospital onset blood stream CRE infections per 10,000 patient daysNot compared(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
401Albany Medical Center HospitalSSI CABG chest site201445.613381.160.322.98# SSI per 100 procedures, risk-adjustedNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
411Albany Medical Center HospitalSSI CABG donor site201401.362920.000.000.97# SSI per 100 procedures, risk-adjustedNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
421Albany Medical Center HospitalSSI Colon20144228.994469.536.8712.88# SSI per 100 procedures, risk-adjustedSignificantly higher than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
431Albany Medical Center HospitalSSI Hip2014106.386171.470.702.70# SSI per 100 procedures, risk-adjustedNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
441Albany Medical Center HospitalSSI Hysterectomy201442.631862.040.565.23# SSI per 100 procedures, risk-adjustedNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
451Albany Medical Center HospitalSSI Overall Standardized Infection Ratio20146044.971.331.021.72Significantly higher than NYS 2014 average(42.653238°, -73.773969°)
464Albany Memorial HospitalCDI Community Onset Not-My-Hospital2014034660.000.000.09# community onset not-my-hospital cases per 100 admissions, not risk-adjustedNot compared(42.673537°, -73.75017°)
474Albany Memorial HospitalCDI Hospital Onset2014211.70100091.810.098.38# hospital onset cases per 10,000 patient days at risk, risk-adjustedSignificantly lower than NYS 2014 average(42.673537°, -73.75017°)
484Albany Memorial HospitalCDI Possibly-My-Hospital Associated20140162390.000.000.18# possibly-my-hospital cases per 10,000 patient days, not risk-adjustedNot compared(42.673537°, -73.75017°)
494Albany Memorial HospitalCLABSI Medical Surgical ICU201400.596830.000.004.39# CLABSI per 1000 line daysNot significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.673537°, -73.75017°)
504Albany Memorial HospitalCLABSI Overall Standardized Infection Ratio201400.590.000.005.06Not significantly different than NYS 2014 average(42.673537°, -73.75017°)

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created Jan 09, 2013

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All acute care hospitals are required to report certain hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) to the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). This includes central line-associated blood stream infections in intensive care units; surgical site infections following colon, hip replacement/revision, and coronary artery bypass graft; and Clostridium difficile infections. PLEASE NOTE: Because of the complicated nature of the risk-adjustment methodology used to produce the HAI rates, the advice of a statistician is recommended before attempting to manipulate the data. Hospital-specific risk-adjusted rates cannot simply be combined. In addition, due to NYSDOH validation audits which may involve data from both the current and previous calendar year, a revised data file will be published the year after the original data file was released.
For more information, check out http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/facilities/hospital/hospital_acquired_infections/, or go to the "About" tab.

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Office of Public Health
Time Period
Beginning 2008
Posting Frequency
Annually
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Bureau of Healthcare - Associated Infections
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Statewide, Acute Care Hospitals
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Hospital Acquired Infections
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This is an electronic version of the hospital data summarized in annual HAI reports, available on the DOH public website at: http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/facilities/hospital/hospital_acquired_infections/. The Department of Health grants users permission to reproduce materials published by the Department on this Website so long as the original report, "Hospital-Acquired Infections, New York State [year]" and applicable data caveats as described in the report, and repeated here in the data dictionary, are referenced. Hospitals submit the required HAI data using the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) website. The NYSDOH validates the data using several methods: checks for inconsistent or duplicate information; checks for completeness in reporting using secondary datasets; and checks for the validity of the data by auditing a sample of medical charts. As a result of these validation activities, hospitals may be asked to modify their original data submissions.
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PLEASE NOTE: Because of the complicated nature of the risk-adjustment methodology used to produce the HAI rates, the advice of a statistician is recommended before attempting to manipulate the data. Hospital-specific risk-adjusted rates cannot simply be combined. In addition, due to NYSDOH validation audits which may involve data from both the current and previous calendar year, a revised data file will be published the year after the original data file was released.
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