"[The county hospital district] believes that the environment and care processes contribute to the occurrence of UTIs and may cause them to arise at a rate that is higher than acceptable. The hospital is committed to reducing the occurrence of UTIs to a rate that is at or below the national average by focusing on four key areas: 1. toileting, 2. peri-care, 3. incontinence, and 4. urinary catheter care."
Improving Care Delivery Through Lean: Implementation Case Studies
Exhibit 4.14. UTI Team Problem Statement
Internet Citation: Exhibit 4.14. UTI Team Problem Statement. Content last reviewed November 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.