- •The majority (57%) of respondents working in non-acute care settings reported working in more than one setting type.
- •Reported time spent on HAI activities by infection preventionists in non-acute care settings decreased by 31% compared to the 2015 APIC MegaSurvey.
- •Only one in three respondents working in a non-acute care setting reported being satified with their overall compensation.
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