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Form Approved
OMB No. 0920-0666
Exp. Date: 11/30/2019
www.cdc.gov/nhsn
Patient Safety Compo nentAnnual Facility Survey for LTAC
Instructions for thi s f orm are available at: //www.cdc.gov/nhsn/forms/instr/TOI-57.150-LTAC.pdf
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Tracking #:
*Facility ID:*Survey Year:
Facility Characteristics(compl eted by I nfection Preventionist)
*Ownership (che ck one):
For profitNot for profit, including churchGovernmentVeterans Affairs
*Affiliation (check one):
IndependentMulti-facility organization (specialty hospital network)
Hospital system
*Setting/classification:____ Free-standing____ Within a hospital
If classif ied as “Free-standing, ” does your LTAC hos pi t al share physical housing with one or more of the fol l owing
on-site facilities or units (check all that apply)?
No
Skilled nursing facility (SNF)/nursing home
Residential facility (assisted living)
Inpatient rehabilitation facility
Neuro-behavioral unit or facili t y
Other (please specify: _________ ___ ________ ___ ____ ____ _______ _)
If classified as “ Within a hospital,” is you r LTAC hospital locate d:
In a building that does not prov ide acutecare services (e.g., psychi at ri c hospital)?
YesNo
Near (but not within) an acute care hospital?
YesNo
In the previous calendar year, indicate:
*Number of patient days: ___________
*Number of admissions: ___________
*Average daily cens us: ___________
*Numbers of LTAC beds in the following categories (categories should equal total):
a. Intensive care unit (ICU)or critical care beds:_________
b. High observat i on/special care/high a cuity beds (not ICU):_________
c. GeneralLTAC beds: _________
*Total number of LT AC beds (licensed capacity):_________
*Number of single occ upancy rooms:_________
* Total number of admissions with one of the following conditi ons identified on admission (present on adm ission, not
developing during L T A C stay): (Note: These categories are not mutually exclusive. )
If helpful for your facil ity in identifying these conditions on adm ission, please rev i ew a list of ICD-10and DRG
codes commonly as sociated with these conditions found here:
//www.cdc.gov/nhsn/xls/DRGs-ICD-9s-NHSN-LTAC-Survey.xlsx
a.Ventilator dependence: _________
b.Hemodialysis:_________
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Assurance of Confidentiality: The voluntarily provided information obtained in this surveillance system that would permit identification of any individual or institution is collected with
a guarantee that it will be held in strict confidence, will be used only for the purposes stated, and will not otherwise be disclosed or released without the consent of the individual, or
the institution in accordance with Sections 304, 306 and 308(d) of the Public Health Service Act (42 USC 242b, 242k, and 242m(d)).
Public reporting burden of this collection of information is estimated to average 55 minutes per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data
sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not
required to respond to a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. Send comments regarding this burden estima te or any other aspect of this
collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden to CDC, Reports Clearance Officer, 1600 Clifton Rd., MS D-74, Atlanta, GA 30333, ATTN: PRA (0920-
0666).
CDC 57.150 (Front) Rev. 4 , v8.6
Form Approved
OMB No. 0920-0666
Exp. Date: 11/30/2019
www.cdc.gov/nhsn
CDC 57.150 (Back), Rev. 4, v8.6
Patient Safety ComponentAnnual Facility Survey for LTAC
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Facility Microbiology Laboratory Practices(completed with input from Microbiology Laboratory Lead)
*1. Does your facilit y have its own on-site laboratory that performs ant i mi crobial susceptibility testing?
YesNo
If No, where is your fa cil i t y’s antimicrobi al susceptibility testing performed? (check one)
Affiliated medical centerCommercial referral l aboratory
Other local/regional, non-affiliated
reference laboratory
*2. For the following organisms plea se indicate which methods are used for:
(1) primary suscepti bi l ity testing and
(2) secondary, supplemental, or confi rmatory testing (if performed).
If your laboratory does not perform susceptibility testi ng, please indicate the methods used at the outside
laboratory.
Please use th e testing codes listed below the tabl e.
Pathogen (1) Primary(2) SecondaryComments
Staphylococcus aureus
___________________________________________
Enterobacteriaceae___________________________________________
1 = Kirby-Bauer disk diffus i on5.1 = MicroScan walkaway rapid10 = E test
2 = Vitek (Lega cy)5.2 = MicroScan walkaway conventional12 = Vancomycin agar screen (BH I + vancomycin)
2.1 = Vitek 25.3 = MicroScan auto or touc hscan13 = Other (describe in Comments s ec tion)
3.1 = BD Phoenix6 = Other micro-broth dilution method
4 = Sensititre7 = Agar dilution method
*3. Has the laboratory im plemented the revised cephalosporin and monobactam
breakpoints for Enterobacteriaceae recommended by CLSI as of 2010?
YesNo
*4. Has the laboratory im plemented the revised carbapenem b reakpoints for
Enterobacteriaceaerecommended by CLSI as of 2010?
YesNo
*5. Does the laboratory perform a special test for presence of carbapenemase?
YesNo
If Yes, please indicate what is done if car bapenemase production is detected: (check one)
Change susceptibl e carbapenem results to resistant
Report carbape nem M IC results with out an interpretati on
No changes are made i n the interpretation of carb apenems, the test is used for epidemiological or
infection control purpose s
If Yes, which test is routinely performed to detect carbapen em ase: (check all that apply)
PCRMBL screen
Modified Hodge TestCarba NP
E testOther (specify): _________________
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Form Approved
OMB No. 0920-0666
Exp. Date: 11/30/2019
www.cdc.gov/nhsn
CDC 57.150 (Back), Rev. 4, v8.6
Patient Safety ComponentAnnual Facility Survey for LTAC
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Facility Microbiology Laboratory Practices (continued)
*6. Does the laboratory perform colistin or polymyxin B suscepti bi l ity testing for drug-resistant gram
negative bacilli ?
YesNo
If Yes, please indicate m ethods: (check all that apply)
Vitek (Legacy)MicroScan walkaw ay rapidAgar dilution method
Vitek 2MicroScan walkaw ay conventionalE test
BD PhoenixMicroScan auto or touchscanOther (specify): _____________________
SensititreOther micro-broth dil ution method
*7. Does your facilit y have its own laboratory that performs ant i f ungal susceptibility testing for Candidaspecies?
YesNo
If No, where is your fa cil i t y’s antifungal sus cept i bil i ty testing perfo rmed? (check one)
Affiliated medical centerCommercial referral l aboratory
Other local/regional, non-affiliated reference labo ratoryNot offered by my facility
8. If antifungal susceptibility testi ng i s performed at your facility or an outside laboratory, what methods are used?
(check all that apply)
Broth macrodilutionBroth microdilutionYeastOne colorimetri c microdil ution E test
Vitek 2 cardDisk diffusionOther (specify): ________________
*9. Is antifungal susceptibility testing performed automatically/reflex ively without needing a specific orde r or request for
susceptibility testing from the clini cian for the below Candidaspecies when cultured from normall y sterile body
sites (such as blood)?
Candida albicans:
YesNo
If Yes, what antifungal drugs are tested automatically/refl exively? (check all that apply)
FluconazoleVoriconazoleAnidulafungin/Caspofungin/Micafungin
Candida glabrata:
YesNo
If Yes, what antifungal drugs are tested aut om atically/reflexi vely? (check all that apply)
FluconazoleVoriconazoleAnidulafungin/Caspofungin/Micafungin
Candida parapsilosis:
YesNo
If Yes, what antifungal drugs are tested automatically/refl exively? (check all thatapply)
FluconazoleVoriconazoleAnidulafungin/Caspofungin/Micafungin
Other Candida species:
YesNo
If Yes, what antifungal drugs are tested automatically/refl exively? (check all that apply)
FluconazoleVoriconazoleAnidulafungin/Caspofungin/Micafungin
Automatic testing is not performed for any Candidaspecies
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Form Approved
OMB No. 0920-0666
Exp. Date: 11/30/2019
www.cdc.gov/nhsn
CDC 57.150 (Back), Rev. 4, v8.6
Patient Safety ComponentAnnual Facility Survey for LTAC
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Facility Microbiology Laboratory Practices (continued)
*10. What is the primary testing method f or C. difficileused most often by your facility’s laboratory or the outside
laboratory where y our facility’s t est i ng i s performed?(check one)
Enzyme immunoassay (EIA) for toxin
Cell cytotoxi cit y neutralization assay
Nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) (e.g., PCR, LAMP)
NAAT plus EIA, if NAAT positive (2-step algorithm)
Glutamate dehydrogenase (GDH) a ntigen plus EIA for t oxin (2-step algorithm)
GDH plus NAAT (2-step algorithm)
GDH plus EIA for toxin, followed by NAAT for disc repant results
Toxigenic culture (C. difficileculture fol lowed by detection of toxins)
Other (specify): ______________________
(“Other” should not be used to name specif i c laboratories, refer ence laboratories, or t he brand names of C.
difficile tests; m ost m ethods can be categorized accurately by selecting f rom the options provided. P l ease ask
your laboratoryor conduct a search for furt her guidance on sele ct i ng the correct option t o report.)
*11. Does your facility produce an antib iogram (i.e., cumulative antimicrobial su sceptibility report)?
Yes No
If Yes, is the antibiogram produced at least annually?
Yes No
If Yes, are data stratified by hospit al l ocation?
Yes No
If No, please identify any obst acle(s) to producing an antibiogram. (Check all that apply)
The laboratory data are difficult to acc ess
Limited or no information technology tool for data analysis
Limited personnel t i m e for data analysis
Limited personnel skills for data analysis
Limited interest i n an antibiogram fro m staff who prescribe antibiotics
Our institution does not have enough isolat es of any or most species (i.e., < 30 isolates per specie s) t o
produce an antibiogram
Other (please specify ): ________ ___ ____ _______ ____ ____ _______ ____ __
Infection Control Practices
(completed with input from Hospital Epidemiologist and/or Quali ty Improvement Coordinator)
*12. . Numberor fractionof infection preventionists (IPs) in facility:_______
a. Total hours per week performing survei l l ance:_______
b. Total hours per week f or infection control acti vities other than surveillance:_______
*13. Number or fra ct ion of full-time employees (FTEs) for a designated hospital epidemiologist
(or equivalent role)aff iliate d with your facility:
_______
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Form Approved
OMB No. 0920-0666
Exp. Date: 11/30/2019
www.cdc.gov/nhsn
CDC 57.150 (Back), Rev. 4, v8.6
Patient Safety ComponentAnnual Facility Survey for LTAC
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Infection Control Practices
(completed with input from Hospital Epidemiologist and/or Quali ty Improvement Coordinator)
*14. Is it a policy in your facility that patients infected or coloni zed with MRSAare routinel y plac edin co ntact precauti ons
while these patients are in your facility? (ch eck one)
Yes, all infected o r colonized patients
Yes, only all infected pat i ents
Yes, only those with certain characterist i cs that make them hig h-risk for transmission (e.g., wounds, diarrhea,
presence of an indwel l ing device)
Yes, only those admitt ed to high-risk settings (e.g., ICU)
No
Not applicable: my facility never admits these patients
*15. Is it a policy in your facility that patients infected or coloni zed with VREare routinely placed in contact precautions
while these patients are in your facility? (ch eck one)
Yes, all infectedor colonized patients
Yes, only all infected pat i ents
Yes, only those with certain characterist i cs that make them hig h-risk for transmission (e.g., wounds, diarrhea,
presence of an indwel l ing device)
Yes, only those admitt ed to high-risk settings(e.g., ICU)
No
Not applicable: my facility never admits these patients
*16. Is it a policy in your facility that patients infected or coloni zed with CRE (regardless of confirmatory t esting for
carbapenemase pr oduction) are routinely placedin contact precautions while these patients are in your f acil ity?
(check one)
Yes, all infected o r colonized patients
Yes, only all infected pat i ents
Yes, only those with certain characterist i cs that make them hig h-risk for transmission (e.g., wounds, di arrhea,
presence of an indwel l ing device)
Yes, only those admitt ed to high-risk settings (e.g., ICU)
No
Not applicable: my facility never admits these patients
*17. Is it a policy in y our facility that patients infected or colonized with suspected or confirmed ESB L -producing or
extended spectrum cephal osporin re sist ant Enterob a cteria ceae ar e routinelyplaced in contact precautions while
these patients are in y our facility? (check one)
Yes, all infected o r colonized patients
Yes, only all infected pat i ents
Yes, only those with certain characterist i cs that make them hig h-risk for transmission (e.g., wounds, diarrhea,
presence of an indwel l ing device)
Yes,only those admitted to high-risk settings (e.g., ICU)
No
Not applicable: my facility never admits these patients
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Form Approved
OMB No. 0920-0666
Exp. Date: 11/30/2019
www.cdc.gov/nhsn
CDC 57.150 (Back), Rev. 4, v8.6
Patient Safety ComponentAnnual Facility Survey for LTAC
Page 6 of 8
Infection Control Practices
(completed with input from Hospital Epidemiologist and/or Quali ty Improvement Coordinator)
*18. Does the facility routinely perform screening testing (cultureor non-culture)for CRE?
Yes No
If Yes, in which situat i ons does the facilit y routinely perform s cre ening testing for C RE ? (check all that apply )
Surveillance testingat admis sion forall patients
Surveillance testingof epidemiologically-linkedpati ents of newly identifi ed CRE patients (e.g., roommates)
Surveillance testingat admis sion of high-risk patients (e.g., admitted from L T AC or LTCF)
Surveillance testingat admis sion of patients admitted to high-risk settings (e.g. ICU)
Other (pleasespecify): ________ _________
*19. Does the facility routinely perform screening testi ng (c ul t ure or non-culture) for MRSA?
Yes No
If yes, in which situations does the fa cil ity routinely perform screening testi ng for MRSA? (check all that apply)
Surveillance testingat admis sion forall patients
Surveillance testingat admis sion of high-risk patients (e.g., admitted from L T AC or LTCF)
Surveillance testingat admis sion of patients admitted to high-risk settings (e.g. ICU)
Surveillance testingof pre-operat i ve patients to prevent surgical site i nfections
Other (pleasespecify): ________ _________
*20. Does the f acil ity routinely use chlor hexidine bathing on any patient to prevent i nfection or transmission of MDROs
atyour facility? (Note: this does not include the u se of such bathing in pre-operative pati ent sto prevent SSIs)
Yes No
*21. Does the facili t y routinely usea com bi nation oftopical chl orhexidine ANDintranasal mupirocin(or equiv alent
agent)on any pat i ents to preventinf ecti on or transmission of M RS A at yourfacility? (Note: t his does not include
the use of these agents in pre-operativesurgicalpatients or dialysis patients)
Yes No
*22. Among patients with an MDRO admitted to your facility from another healt hcare facility, pl ease estimate how often
your facility receives information from the transferring facility abou t the patient’s MDR O st atus?
All the time
More than half of the time
About half of the time
Less than half of the time
None of the time
Not applicable: my f acil i t y does not receive transferred patients with a known MDRO
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Form Approved
OMB No. 0920-0666
Exp. Date: 11/30/2019
www.cdc.gov/nhsn
CDC 57.150 (Back), Rev. 4, v8.6
Patient Safety ComponentAnnual Facility Survey for LTAC
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Antibiotic Stewardship Practices
(completed with input from Physician and Pharmacist Stewardship Champions)
*23.Does your facilit y have a written statem ent of support from leadership that supports efforts to improve antibiotic use
(antibiotic stewar dship)?
Yes No
*24. Is there a leader resp onsible for stewardship activities at your facility?
Yes No
If Yes, whatis the position of this leader: (check one )
Physician Co-led by both Pharmacist and Physician
Pharmacist Other (please specify): _______________________
*25. Is there at least one pharmacist res ponsible for improvin g antibiotic use at y our f acil ity?
Yes No
*26. Does your facili ty provide any sala ry support for dedicated t i m e for antibiotic steward ship leadership activities?
Yes No
*27. Does your facili ty have a policy that requires prescribers to document an i ndication for all antibiotics in the m edi cal
record or during order entry?
Yes No
If Yes, has adherence tothepolicyto document an indicationbeen monit ored?
Yes No
*28. Does your facili ty have facility-sp ecific treatment rec om mendations, based on national guidelines and local
susceptibility, t o assi st with antibiotic selection for common clinical conditio ns?
Yes No
If Yes, has adherence to f acili ty-specific treatment recommendations bee n m oni tored?
Yes No
*29. Is there a formal procedure for all clini cians to review the app ropriateness of all antibiotics at or after 48 hours from
the initial orders (e.g. antibiotic time out)?
Yes No
*30. Do any specified antibiotic agent s need to be approved by a physician or pharmacist prior to dispen sing at your
facility?
Yes No
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Form Approved
OMB No. 0920-0666
Exp. Date: 11/30/2019
www.cdc.gov/nhsn
CDC 57.150 (Back), Rev. 4, v8.6
Patient Safety ComponentAnnual Facility Survey for LTAC
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Antibiotic Stewardship Practices (continued)
*31. Does a physici an or pharmacist rev iew courses of therapy f or specified antibiotic agents and communicate results
with prescribers at your facility?
Yes No
If Yes, what type of feedback is provided to pres cribers? (check all t hat apply)
Feedback on antimic robial route and/or dosage
Feedback on the selection of antimicr obi al therapy and/or durat i on of therapy
Other (please specify) : ___________________________________________
*32. Does your facility monitor antibiotic use (consumpt ion) at the unit, service, and/or facility wide?
Yes No
If Yes, by which metrics?( Check all that apply)
Days of Therapy (DOT)Purchasing Data
Defined Daily Dose (D DD )Other (please specify): ________________________
If Yes, arefacility- and/or unit- or service-specific report s on antibiotic usesharedwith prescribers?
Yes No
*33. Has your facilityprovi ded education to clinicians and other relevant staff on improving antibiotic use?
Yes No
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