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Music good afternoon my name is Alicia Shughart I have worked with CDC for the last six years on supporting NHSN dialysis event surveillance I'm joined today by my colleague Krista lines who is helping answer any chat questions that come in so feel free to submit any questions you have to the chat window and Kristy will do her best to answer them as they come in and if not we will definitely follow up with any unanswered questions sometime you know before at the end of the date today thank you so much all for joining us we really appreciate that you're interested in learning more about the dialysis event protocol and improving your reporting ability the question we always get first is do are there slides available so I'll just start off by saying that today's presentation is a repeat of a presentation we provided on August 1st and slides from the August first presentation are available on the NHSN dialysis event homepage under the training spotlight section which is the first section you'll see that the second bullet down says new introduction to NHSN dialysis event surveillance protocol August 2021 those slides with the exception of a few dates are identical to the ones I'll be using today we've also partnered with na NT the National Association of Nephrology technicians and technologists and to help get you some free continuing education credits if you are interested in such credits Christi lines we'll be more than happy to help you out please follow up with her in the chat window about that all right and with that we will get to our content for the day so the first thing we'll talk about is the training objectives the things that I hope that you'll learn from today's presentation and then for anybody who's new to NHSN will briefly cover how to get started with NHSN we'll talk a little bit about the quality incentive program also known as quit from CMS and the NHSN reporting requirements that go with that then we'll get into NHSN proper talking a little bit about the dialysis event dialysis component requirements which includes the survey and monthly reporting plans and then specifically diocesan vent surveillance it's protocol and its requirements which includes monthly submission of denominator data and numerator data will also talk briefly about data quality then I'll summarize and take any questions as we have time toward the end so our first training objective is to learn how to edit the NHSN monthly reporting plan to show your outpatient hemodialysis facility is participating in dialysis event surveillance the second goal is to correctly count hemodialysis outpatients for the denominators for dialysis event surveillance form third we'd like to be able to recall and describe the three reportable dialysis event types which include IV and microbial start positive blood cultures and pus redness or increased swelling at the vascular access site we'd also like to be able to determine.