The population count of Fair Oaks, CA was 31,804 in 2016.

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Demographics and Population Datasets Involving Fair Oaks, CA

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    Maximum Affordable Rent Payment Based on Apartment and Household Size

    data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2016-06-06T20:51:08.000Z

    This dataset contains the affordable rent payment based on apartment and household size in San Mateo County as established by the County Housing Department, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the State of California. Gaps in data are a result of changing reporting requirements. Due to reporting changes required by the State of California and HUD, users are strongly encouraged to review notes and documentation for each year's data by downloading the appropriate report from the San Mateo County Housing Department site: http://housing.smcgov.org/income-and-rent-limits

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    Insurance Affordability Programs Eligibility Appeals Hearing Results

    chhs.data.ca.gov | Last Updated 2017-06-02T22:07:24.000Z

    This dataset includes the hearing results for eligibility appeals filed for subsidized Covered California coverage, Medi-Cal, or a combination of both eligibility determinations by year and quarter. The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) assigns responsibility for conducting fair hearing requests (appeals) to the California Department of Social Services (CDSS). CDSS receives appeal requests, conducts hearings through their statewide network of administrative law judges, and renders decisions. CDSS provides these services to DHCS through a contract called an interagency agreement. In addition to the interagency agreement, the Delegation Order gives an Administrative Law Judge the authority to review and adopt decisions for hearings. Hearing requests (appeals) may be filed for cases involving mixed determinations, such as when household members applied for and/or had eligibility determinations made for the two programs (i.e., parents were eligible for Covered California and the child(ren) were eligible for Medi-Cal). Hearings are held when an appeal filed by an appellant for determinations that resulted in a denial, eligibility, or discontinuance of coverage. This dataset provides categories of hearing results and includes granted, granted in part, denied, or withdrawn/dismissed. This dataset is part of the public reporting requirements set forth in the California Welfare and Institutions Code 14102.5(6).

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    Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI) in Hospitals, 2014

    chhs.data.ca.gov | Last Updated 2017-06-14T15:28:12.000Z

    This table shows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) Standardized Infection Ratios (SIR) adjusted for patient care locations for hospitals other than long-term acute care and rehabilitation facilities. The CLABSI data for each hospital include number of observed (reported) CLABSIs, number of predicted CLABSIs (based on the national baseline data), number of central line-days, CLABSI SIRs and their associated 95% confidence intervals, and the statistical interpretation as follows: • No difference - no difference in number of observed and predicted infections • High - more infections than predicted, or • Low - fewer infections than predicted. CLABSI SIRs are influenced by clinical and infection control practices related to central line insertion and infection control maintenance practices, patient-based risk factors, and surveillance methods. While CLABSI SIRs are only adjusted for patient care locations, they cannot control for all individual patient factors that can affect CLABSI SIRs. A low CLABSI SIR may reflect greater diligence with infection prevention or may result from less effective surveillance methods that detect fewer infections, including failure to appropriately apply standardized surveillance definitions and protocols. Similarly, a high SIR may reflect failure to consistently implement all recommended infection prevention practices or more aggressive infection surveillance including more consistent application of standardized surveillance definitions and protocols. Finally, SIRs cannot be compared across hospitals because of the limitation in the "indirect" standardization methodology used in calculating the SIRs. To link the CDPH facility IDs with those from other Departments, like OSHPD, please reference the "Licensed Facility Cross-Walk" Open Data table at https://chhs.data.ca.gov/Facilities-and-Services/Licensed-Facility-Cross-Walk/tthg-z4mf. Health and Safety Code (HSC) Section 1288.55(a)(1) requires general acute care hospitals (GACH) to report to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) all cases of CLABSI identified in their facilities. Also, HSC Section 1288.8(b) requires GACHs to report to CDPH in its implementation of infection surveillance and infection prevention process measures including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for central line insertion practices. The data are submitted by California hospitals to the CDC National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN). For more information on data collection processes and methods, please see the "CLABSI Technical Notes" of the healthcare-associated infections (HAI) report at: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CHCQ/HAI/Pages/HAIProgramHome.aspx.

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    Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI) in Hospitals, 2013

    chhs.data.ca.gov | Last Updated 2017-06-14T15:21:41.000Z

    This table shows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) methods. Standardized Infection Ratios (SIR) adjusted for patient care locations for hospitals other than long-term and rehabilitation acute care. The CLABSI data for each hospital include number of observed (reported) CLABSIs, number of predicted CLABSIs (based on the national baseline data), number of central line-days, CLABSI SIRs and their 95% confidence intervals, and the statistical interpretation as follows: • No difference - no difference in number of observed and predicted infections • High - more infections than predicted, or • Low - fewer infections than predicted CLABSI SIRs are affected by clinical and infection control practices related to central line insertion and maintenance practices, patient-based risk factors, and surveillance. While CLABSI SIRs are adjusted for patient care locations, they cannot control for all individual patient factors that can affect CLABSI SIRs. A low CLABSI SIR may reflect greater diligence with infection prevention or may reflect less effective surveillance methods that detect fewer infections, including failure to appropriately apply standardized surveillance definitions and protocols. Similarly, a high SIR may reflect failure to consistently implement all recommended infection prevention practices or more aggressive infection surveillance including more consistent application of standardized surveillance definitions and protocols. Finally, SIRs cannot be compared across hospitals because of the "indirect" standardization methodology used in calculating the SIRs. To link the CDPH facility IDs with those from other Departments, like OSHPD, please reference the "Licensed Facility Cross-Walk" Open Data table at https://chhs.data.ca.gov/Facilities-and-Services/Licensed-Facility-Cross-Walk/tthg-z4mf. Health and Safety Code (HSC) Section 1288.55(a)(1) requires general acute care hospitals (GACH) to report to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) all cases of CLABSI identified in their facilities. Also, HSC Section 1288.8(b) requires GACHs to report to CDPH in its implementation of infection surveillance and infection prevention process measures including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for central line insertion practices. The data are submitted by California hospitals to the CDC National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN). For more information on data collection processes and methods, please see the "CLABSI Technical Notes" of the healthcare-associated infections (HAI) report at: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CHCQ/HAI/Pages/HAIProgramHome.aspx