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Cost per Surgery
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Formula: Dollars allocated to surgical accounting codes per month divided by the number of surgical cases.
Measures to Prevent Healthcare-Associated Infections
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It is important to track three types of measures when you are working to reduce healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
Number of Days Between Surgical Site Infections (SSIs)
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Infections acquired post-operatively by a surgical patient at the surgical site.
Percent of Clean Surgery Patients with Surgical Infection
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Care teams seeking to prevent surgical site infection are encouraged to collect data on this outcome measure and other measures recommended in the How-to Guide: Prevent Surgical Site Infection.
Percent of Colorectal Surgical Patients with Normothermia in PACU
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Use the measure developed by the Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP).
Percent of Major Cardiac Surgical Patients with Postoperative Glucose Control
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Use the measure developed by the Surgical Care Infection Program (SCIP).
Percent of Patients with Appropriate Hair Removal
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Formula: The number of surgical patients with hair removed appropriately divided by the number of patients requiring hair removal.
Percent of Surgical Cases with Appropriate Selection of Prophylactic Antibiotic
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Percent of surgical patients receiving prophylactic antibiotic consistent with adopted guidelines.
Percent of Surgical Cases with On-time Prophylactic Antibiotic Administration
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Antibiotic started means administration has begun but is not necessarily completed Cases in which time of antibiotic administration or time of surgical incision is not documented should be excluded from the numerator and denominator Exceptions.
Percent of Surgical Patients Who Received Prophylactic Antibiotics After Antibiotics Were Discontinued within 24 Hours of Surgery
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Formula: The number of patients receiving prophylactic antibiotics who had them discontinued within 24 hours divided by the number of patients who received prophylactic antibiotics.
Volume of Surgical Workload per Month
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Surgery is defined as involving an incision and occurring in an operating room.