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Research and Reports

  • Why Not The Best? Comparative Reports on Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections

    Users of can now search for and compare data for nearly 1,000 hospitals on the incidence of central line–associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs)—one of the most lethal hospital-acquired complications. The data show wide variation in CLABSI incidence, in spite of strong evidence on how to prevent them. The updated data is made possible through a partnership among The Commonwealth Fund, The Leapfrog Group, and Consumers Union.

  • CT Health Care Quality Reports

    The reports include; Quality in Health Care Program’s Activity Reports to the General Assembly (2002-2009); Adverse Event Reports (2003-2009); and Hospital Performance Comparisons (2003-2006).

  • Connecticut Adverse Event Report (2011)

    The CT Department of Public Health releases its first hospital specific adverse event report.

  • CT Department of Public Health press release on first hospital-specific report on healthcare associated infections

    Connecticut released its first hospital-specific public report on central line-associated bloodstream infections.

  • Connecticut Hospital–Specific Report on Health Care Associated Infections

    Explanation of CT hospital infection public report.Source: Connecticut Department of Public Health (February 2011)

Partner Organizations

Connecticut Center for Patient Safety

CT Center for Patient Safety works in our communities, within our healthcare systems, and with elected officials to improve the quality of healthcare and to protect the rights of injured patients through education, accountability and advocacy. We believe that quality healthcare is a right.

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  • On April 3, 2009 CT Center for Patient Safety posted:

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  • On April 15, 2009 B Sloan posted:

    The CT Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities was created to created safeguard and advance the civil and human rights of people with disabilities in Connecticut, including healthcare issues.

  • On April 29, 2010 Sheldon Holson posted:

    Good Link