Mich. Admin. Code R. 325.45133 - Infection prevention and control program

R 133. An applicant or licensee shall have an infection prevention and control program and allocate resources to provide all of the following:

(a) A qualified health care professional must be designated in writing to be responsible for the program. The designee shall have completed training in the principles and methods of infection control and maintain qualification through ongoing education and training. Ongoing education and training may be demonstrated by any one of the following:
(i) Certification in infection control (CIC).
(ii) Certification as an ambulatory infection preventionist (CAIP).
(iii) Completion of an infection control course.
(iv) Participation in meetings that include infection control and are organized by recognized professional societies or other associations applicable to the services offered by the health facility or agency.
(b) A designated, multi-disciplinary infection control team to collect, analyze, and report data.
(c) Authority and procedures to conduct outbreak investigations.
(d) Implementation of basic measures for infection prevention.
(e) Prioritize infection control program needs and design infection control program initiatives accordingly.
(f) Ongoing evaluation and revision of the infection prevention and control program.

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Mich. Admin. Code R. 325.45133
2020 MR 4, Eff. 2/21/2020

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