Automated surveillance and infection control
Leveraging surveillance technology to benefit the practice and profession of infection control
Economics of infection control surveillance technology
A practical data mining method to link hospital microbiology and an infection control database
Making use of electronic data
Surgical site infection surveillance and the predictive power of the National Nosocomial Infection Surveillance index as compared with alternative determinants in The Netherlands
Using hospital claim data to monitor surgical site infections for inpatient procedures
Opportunities and challenges in utilizing electronic health records for infection surveillance, prevention, and control
Informatics and infectious diseases
Choosing more effective antimicrobial combinations for empiric antimicrobial therapy of serious gram-negative rod infections using a dual cross-table antibiogram
Implementing and improving the efficiency of a methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus active surveillance program using information technology
Real-time surveillance and decision support
Building a data warehouse for infection control
Upgrading automated susceptibility testing systems and data migration limits