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Beating Hospital MRSA Infections

HIMSS Middle East Integrated Health Innovations Award
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Khaled Alnafee

on 11 February 2014

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Transcript of Beating Hospital MRSA Infections

Outcomes
Introduction
Outcomes
Agenda
Statement
of the Problem
Jan 30th, 2014
Annual Infection Control Summit - Cerner
Khaled Alnafee, M(ASCP), CIC
Clinical Application Analyst
Medical & Clinical Informatics
King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center

Beating Hospital MRSA Infections
- KFSH&RC at a Glance

- Introduction

- Statement of the Problem

- MRSA Screening Protocol
Transformation

- Outcomes

- Conclusion

KFSH&RC at a Glance

Everyday,
1.4 million
patients worldwide contract an infection within a healthcare setting
Introduction
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a bacteria that is resistant to many antibiotics
In the community, most MRSA infections are skin infections
In medical facilities, MRSA causes life-threatening bloodstream infections, pneumonia and surgical site infections
Without an effective workflow, MRSA carriers might be missed during admission process with high risk to transmit the harmful bug to our inpatients

In order to reduce the incidence of hospital acquired MRSA infection, KFSH&RC needs to reform the MRSA identification process upon admission to be more efficient for better patient safety
MRSA Screening
Protocol Transformation
18.6 %
- MRSA Screening Protocol Compliance

- Easiness of Information Flow

- Performance Improvement

- Cost Effectiveness

- Improve Care Coordination
Conclusion
Increasing in MRSA Protocol Activation Compliance

(P-value <0.05)
Admission Risk Assessment
No Risk
Patient
at Risk
Thank You
Riyadh
Jeddah
Founded in 1975
1,200 Beds
10,500 Employees from 70 Countries
843,000 Outpatient Visits
30,000 Inpatient Admissions
No
Yes
HIMSS EMR Adoption Model
(Stage 6)
Introduction
MRSA is the second most common cause of hospital acquired infections
Carriers have living MRSA on or inside their body and can spread it to other
Clinical Decision
Support
Communication
(Manual)
Assessment
&
Documentation
MRSA Screening
MRSA
Result
Up to 72 Hours
Prompt Alerts
Contact
Precautions
Communications
Accessible Unified Documentations
MRSA Screening
Less Than 5 Seconds
Patient at Risk: Patient who has been admitted to a hospital within the last 6 months upon admission
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