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Finger Lakes Health Recognized by New York State Partnership for Patientsy
Finger Lakes Health was recently recognized by New York State’s Partnership for Partnership (NYSPFP) for their performance improvement efforts in reducing Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI).

NYSPFP will be sharing, on their website, the process improvement plan to be used as a national resource for other hospitals. “One of the great things about the Partnership for Patients is that hospitals are learning from each other. We are very pleased that Finger Lakes Health has been recognized as a leader in reducing CLABSI and, based on the successful strategies that were employed in our hospital, others will be learning ways to help keep their patients safe “, states Kathleen Reilly, director of Performance Improvement at Finger Lakes Health.

NYSPFP, a joint project of the Healthcare Association of New York State and Greater New York Hospital Association, is part of a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) national initiative. The Partnership for Patients seeks to reduce hospital-acquired conditions and preventable readmissions. NYSPFP has invited key New York State health care stakeholders including regulators, consumers, clinicians, health insurers, hospital trustees, and others to contribute to NYSPFP's statewide success.
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