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It’s Time to Tackle 3 Persistent Hand Hygiene Myths

You know that hand hygiene decreases the risk of infection. Your staff knows that as well. And yet, if your facility is like most, your hand hygiene rates remain lower than you’d like. As noted in a 2020 article in The Lancet Infectious Diseases, r...

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Clean Hands – Safe Hands Named One of Atlanta’s 2021 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®

ATLANTA, GA – July 2, 2021 – Clean Hands–Safe Hands announced today that it’s been named one of Atlanta’s 2021 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®. From Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®: Every year, companies throug...

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Want to Increase Your Patient Satisfaction? Optimize Workflow

Satisfied customers return to the same business again and again. Dissatisfied customers tell anyone who will listen about their terrible experience. In the healthcare realm, patient satisfaction also increases the likelihood that patients will comple...

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Correct Workflow Inefficiencies to Improve Clinical Outcomes

To achieve the best possible clinical outcomes, you need the right staff in the right place, performing the right tasks, at the right time.  Easier said than done, right?   Healthcare delivery is a complex process, with many variables....

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Reinvigorating Patient Safety Efforts After the COVID-19 Crisis

One global pandemic. That’s all it took to reveal the shaky foundation underpinning patient safety efforts in most American hospitals and healthcare systems. And just as a building lacking strong support can splinter and crumble during a hurricane ...

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3 Reasons Direct Observation Costs More Than You Think

Direct observation of hand hygiene seems like it should be the most cost-effective strategy to monitor, report, and improve staff adherence to hand hygiene protocols. After all, pen and paper (or WiFi-connected tablets and smartphones) are cheap and ...

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Rebuilding After the Perfect Storm: How to Re-Focus Infection Control Efforts Post-COVID-19

Hospital-acquired infection (HAI) rates decreased dramatically in recent years, thanks to concentrated attention and intensive infection control efforts. Central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI) decreased 50% between 2008 and 2014, cat...

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Clean Hands – Safe Hands Named Again to Pacesetter List of Fastest Growing Companies in Atlanta

ATLANTA, GA – April 23, 2021 – Clean Hands–Safe Hands announced today that its been named to the Atlanta Business Chronicle Pacesetter list of the top 100 fastest-growing companies in the metro area. On the list of 100 fastest-growing companies...

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What Nurses Really Need: Staffing Support

Nurses are hurting right now. The pandemic took a physical and emotional toll on the world’s nurses, and unless hospitals and healthcare systems take decisive action, nurse resignations are likely to rise in the near future. According to the Intern...

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Dr. Chris Hermann Featured on “The Healthcare QualityCast”

ATLANTA, GA – April 21, 2021 – Clean Hands–Safe Hands founder and CEO, Dr. Chris Hermann, was recently interviewed by podcast host, Jarvis T. Gray, on the “The Healthcare QualityCast.“ The Healthcare QualityCast is an audio podcast ...

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