Infection control education is a foundational requirement for health care employees as it allows for optimal patient safety and preventative medicine. The transforming landscape of infection prevention and control has increased the demand for skilled infection preventionists. Adhering to regulatory standards is crucial for patient health and safety, and to protect your organization from fines and litigation.
Infection Control Results has robust expertise in onboarding infection preventionists and consulting. Our program goes beyond the basic infection prevention course and surveillance criteria assistance. You can trust us to ensure that your new infection preventionist is well-informed about infection control guidelines, federal law, and evidence-based practice.
Our program is specially designed for the onboarding and acclimation of novice infection prevention specialists into this complex role. We equip your infection prevention specialists with infection control guidelines, and ensure that they follow all accreditation and Medicare requirements.
Those participating in our robust training program have access to case-by-case telephone consultations to answer any questions, help to reduce confusion with surveillance criteria, and guidance in establishing a strong practice foundation to help the novice infection prevention specialist grow and excel in their position. We also offer continuing education opportunities and industry-specific resources that go beyond basic coursework.GET STARTED
Infection Control Results is composed of very knowledgeable industry professionals that have years of clinical experience in infection prevention in both military and civilian healthcare. With ICR, your facility is sure to benefit in the following ways:
Using continuing education to stay up-to-date with infection control policies is crucial for the following reasons:
Infection control onboarding and consulting can reduce healthcare-associated infections by:
Remaining compliant with healthcare requirements is vital, and continuing education through ICR can ensure:
Having a designated employee to help monitor and implement your health care facility's infection prevention protocol is recommended by the CDC to reduce HAIs in clinical settings. This is also a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) requirement. A designated infection prevention specialist provides accountability for your current HAI prevention strategies, and streamlines communication for healthcare employees with questions and concerns. The best strategies for stopping the spread of microorganisms in your facility will be implemented by an infection prevention specialist. Your current infection control program will also be maintained and updated, so staff can implement best practices. Having someone in charge of your infection prevention program allows your facility to be flexible, and adapt easily to new challenges and hurdles.
To learn more about how Infection Control Results can help your healthcare facility keep your patients protected from HAIs, call us today at 704-207-7046 or request a consultation at the link below.
call us today at 704-207-7046 or request a consultation at the link below.