HAI-LAN/ Sepsis Resources

Healthcare Associated Infections Learning and Action Network

Overview

Network 14's HAI LAN's Premier Platform for Eliminating and Preventing HAI's.

As the Premier HAI Prevention Resource, the objective for Network 14's HAI LAN is to change Texas' dialysis culture of care by eliminating and/or reducing the risk of patients becoming ill with access related infections. Texas dialysis patients, healthcare teams, and organizations are invited to utilize, share, and spread the platforms rich resources (articles and links) to make a difference in the lives of dialysis patients. Patients, let your voices be heard, inform the dialysis staff if there have been any health related changes since your last dialysis treatment (medications, vaccines, and doctor or hospital visits) and SPEAK UP when you have questions.

2016 AIM 2 Population Health Focused Pilot Project (PHFPP)

For information on the 2016 AIM 2 Population Health Focused Pilot Project (PHFPP), please contact Dany Anchia, RN. Quality Improvement Coordinator, phone 972-503-3215, ext. 310, Fax 972-503-3219, danchia@nw14.esrd.net.

InfectionWatch 2014-2015 Resources

InfectionWatch 2015 Patient Engagement

InfectionWatch 2015 Training and Tools


InfectionWatch 2014-2015 Resources

Resources for Professionals

Facility Interest Form

Association for Professionals in Infection Control & Epidemiology (APIC)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Centers for Medicare & Medicare Services

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

World Health Organization (WHO)


HAI LAN Workgroup Webinar – October 27, 2017

Resources for Patients

CDC is teaming up with a broad coalition of kidney and dialysis organizations to reduce the number of bloodstream infections in dialysis patients. Each year, about 37,000 people get potentially deadly bloodstream infections related to their dialysis treatment. –Making Dialysis Safer for Patients Coalition


CDC has updated the Dialysis Safety webpage and posted a new resource created in collaboration with AAKP: Conversation Starter to Prevent Infections in Dialysis Patients. Check it out!

Conversation Starter to Prevent Infections in Dialysis Patients
Conversation Starter to Prevent Infections in Dialysis Patients