DPH: Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs)

Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs)

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Welcome to the Connecticut Department of Public Health's (CTDPH) website for healthcare associated infections (HAIs). A HAI is an infection that a patient gets while receiving healthcare. Found on these pages is information abouth HAIs and how they are prevented, data on HAIs from healthcare facilities and the state as a whole, and an overview of the CTDPH's HAI Program.    

Connecticut's HAI Program

  • State Plan
  • Public Education Campaign
  • HAI Advisory Committee, and more 



HAI Data, Reports, and Publications

  • How do healthcare facilities report?
  • Healthcare facility data
  • Interpreting the data and the SIR
  • Legislative reports
  • Publications
  • Reporting requirements

2016 Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae Laboratory Reporting

Dialysis Facility Compare

Hospital Compare

Nursing Home Compare

Learn about HAIs: What They are And How to Prevent Them


Reporting Requirements for Healthcare Associated Infections - 2016

Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work

What's New

Roza Tammer, MPH, NHSN Epidemiologist in the CT HAI Program, has been certified in infection prevention and control by the Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology, Inc., which means that Roza is now Roza Tammer, MPH, CIC. Roza has also taken a permanent position in the Oregon Health Authority HAI Program as their NHSN Epidemiologist.



To contact the Healthcare Associated Infections Program, please call 860-509-7995.

Content Last Modified on 11/21/2016 9:42:17 AM