Infection Control Concepts for the ASC / Preventing Infection Related Morbidity and Mortality
- Be able to lead a discussion for reducing infection related morbidity and mortality through:
- Risk assessment for infection and transmission risks
- Comprehensive infection control plan
- Exposure control plan
- Sanitary environment
- Adequate sterilization and disinfection procedures
- Standard and transmission based precautions
- Surveillance for infections
- Process improvement, compliance monitoring
- Education of employees and patients
Category: Infection Prevention
Title: Infection Control Concepts for the ASC / Preventing Infection Related Morbidity and Mortality
Presenter: Mary Bennett, RN, CIC, Infection Preventionist, Excellentia Advisory Group
As the Director of Infection Control for Excellentia, Mary helps ambulatory surgery centers with the development and implementation of new infection control policies, strategies, and helpful tips for infection control management. Mary customizes infection control manuals for Excellentia’s clients. She also does one-on-one training as well as on-site mock surveys to help ASCs become better prepared for CMS infection control survey. Mary is a teacher/presenter on monthly educational webinars and also authors an Infection Control Newsletter. Mary just recently passed her CIC examination for her second 5-year term.
Description: Mary Bennett, RN, CIC presents a more indepth discussion of infection prevention strategies for the ambulatory surgery center setting with ideas and concepts that will lead to reduce morbidity and mortality.
The viewing time is 1 hour and 20 minutes.
This is a pre-recorded infection prevention conference presentation.
Cost: $139.00; unlimited viewing for 90-days exclusive to your surgery center.
You may offer this training to all your staff at your single site location but your username & password cannot be shared or passed on to others at different locations.
Once you and any/all staff that have reviewed this webinar, you will be eligible to receive a Certificate of Participation worth one Contact Hour 1 of continuing education. You simply contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org requesting your certificates. You will need to provide a typed list of all participants first and last name, position title, and license numbers (if professionals).