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Physicians and technologists worked together to develop an innovative solution to the problem.

By Clinicians, For Clinicians

Clean Hands – Safe Hands began through a research consortium of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Emory University, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Georgia Tech Research Institute. Knowing that the primary accepted method of direct observation is ineffectual in reducing HAIs, physicians and technologists worked together to develop an innovative solution to the problem.

More Than Monitoring - A Reminder

Most electronic hand hygiene monitoring systems only gather data. Ours also reminds clinicians to sanitize when they forget. Our technology and unique process work – hand hygiene improves and HAIs are reduced.

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