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CMS Infection Control Requirements

CMS Interpretive Guidelines for Ambulatory Surgery Centers
These guidelines clarify and explain the intent of the regulations. Surveyors use the interpretive guidelines in assessing compliance with Federal standards.
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Infection Control Surveyor Worksheet
The worksheet contains the list of items that a surveyor must assess during the onsite survey. Specific areas for observation include, hand hygiene compliance, injection practices, sterilization and high-level disinfection, and environmental infection control.
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CMS Flash Sterilization Clarification – FY 2010 Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) Survey
This CMS clarification memo specifies the questions that surveyors must ask to assess the appropriateness of an ASC’s sterilization practices.
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Did You Know

Skin irritation caused by hand hygiene agents is a substantial barrier to compliance.1

Hand hygiene compliance is still less than 60%.2

1. Larson, E. Girard, R. et al (2006). Skin reactions related to hand hygiene and selection of hand hygiene products. American Journal of Infection Control. 34(10) 627-35.

2. Boyce, JM & Pittet, D. (2002). Guideline for hand hygiene in health-care settings. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Review 51(RR 16).

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