Come See Us at APIC!

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Are you attending APIC 2018 in Minneapolis this week? We’ll be at the annual conference of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology too. You’re invited to join us at these educational opportunities.

Case Study Presentation. Manager of infection prevention and epidemiology at The Medical Center, Navicent Health, Nancy Osborn, RN, CIC, will present “Controlled Study Shows Electronic Hand Hygiene Systems Reduce HAIs” in the APIC 2018 Exhibit Hall’s Hand Hygiene Compliance Demo area from 12:15 pm – 12:45 pm on both Wednesday, June 13 and Thursday, June 14. The presentation will be hosted by the GP PRO division of Georgia-Pacific.

Visualize Real-Time Hand Hygiene Data. We’ve launched two revolutionary tools that give infection preventionists and hospital clinicians a birdseye view of real-time hand hygiene data on their path to reducing healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). These new tools offer unprecedented insights into hand hygiene performance and show, at a glance, the most efficient path to improvement. Come by our booth #1734 in the exhibit hall (next to the Hand Hygiene Compliance Demo area) to see these tools for yourself.

You’ll also see our team members in the booths of our partners GP PRO and Premier/Theradoc. We’ve got a few other fun surprises up our sleeves, so pop by booth #1734 at APIC and say hello!

If you’d like to explore how our system typically doubles hand hygiene performance rates and reduces HAIs by up to 75-80%, here’s a brief video about how it works. Or here’s a white paper on How the New Joint Commission Hand Hygiene Standards Could Impact Your Hospital.

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