Effects of a Collaborative, Community Hospital Network for Antimicrobial Stewardship Program Implementation

  29 April 2021

Individual hospitals may lack expertise, data resources, and educational tools to support antimicrobial stewardship programs (ASP).

Network hospitals increased ASP activities and demonstrated decline in Antimicrobial Use over a 42-month period. A collaborative, consultative network is a unique model in which hospitals can access ASP implementation expertise to support long-term program growth.

Author(s): Rebekah W Moehring, MD, MPH, Michael E Yarrington, MD, Angelina E Davis, PharmD, MS, April P Dyer, PharmD, MBA, MSCR, BCPS, Melissa D Johnson, PharmD, MHS, Travis M Jones, PharmD, S Shaefer Spires, MD, Deverick J Anderson, MD, MPH, Daniel J Sexton, MD, Elizabeth S Dodds Ashley, PharmD, MHS
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