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Exposure Tracing Made Simple

One of our hospital customers recently had a patient diagnosed with a highly contagious infection that could result in a life-threatening situation if passed to healthcare providers. In this case, the patient was in the hospital for several days before it was diagnosed. Every clinician that came in contact with this type of patient would normally have to be treated with prophylactic antibiotics. Which brings up the first of two issues – determining who had contact with that

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Patient Safety Awareness Week 2019
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Patient Safety Awareness Week is Next Week – Here’s What to Do

Patient Safety Awareness Week starts this Sunday, March 10. What’s your hospital planning to do to get involved? Here are comprehensive resources for the week from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. They include: Get Involved: There are a variety of ideas for ways to get involved here, including taking the pledge, downloading themed materials, recognizing patient safety champions on your team and more. Get Ideas: Read how healthcare organizations around the globe are recognizing the week. Join a

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Jonathan Fox
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Clinician Spotlight: Jonathan Fox

One of the first winners of our new Customer Awards is Jonathan Fox, a nurse at Emory Decatur Hospital. Jonathan had the highest hand hygiene rate of all nurses in all hospitals using the Clean Hands – Safe Hands system across the country during the 3rd quarter of 2018. We recently caught up with Jonathan to find out what drives him. CHSH: What do you like most about your job? Jonathan: I suppose what’s most exciting to my

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Stacy Sutton on The Dana Barrett Show
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CHSH Interviewed on The Dana Barrett Show

As one of TAG’s Top 40 Innovative Technology Companies for 2019, Clean Hands – Safe Hands was featured at The Summit recently. There, VP of Marketing Stacy Sutton was interviewed for The Dana Barrett Show. Listen to the eight-minute clip here: Clean Hands – Safe Hands is Revolutionizing Hygiene in Hospitals.

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Healthcare DIVE
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Healthcare Dive: New Data Reveals Hospitals Using Clean Hands – Safe Hands Reduce Healthcare-Associated Infections by Over 60 Percent

Clean Hands – Safe Hands today released data showing a decrease in healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) by an average of 61.4 percent across its 10 most recent hospital installations. Improvements were statistically significant, ranging from 45-81 percent. In every case, the Clean Hands – Safe Hands technology was installed and its patent-pending process was followed for six months. The Clean Hands – Safe Hands system includes a Real-Time Voice Reminder™, which is a human voice offering healthcare providers a

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If I Didn't Speak Up - No One Else Will
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If I Didn’t Speak Up…No One Else Will

I really surprised myself last week, and not in a good way. My significant other had an unexpected hospital stay, and I now have a new appreciation for what it’s like to be a patient. I’ve worked in the hand hygiene field for nearly two years now, and I understand the importance of healthcare providers cleaning their hands every time they enter or exit a patient’s room, before performing an aseptic procedure, before putting on and after taking

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39 Lives Saved Annually So Far
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Saving Nearly 40 Lives a Year

Two weeks ago, we released new data showing that, in our ten most recent hospital installations, healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) decreased by an average of over 60%. We covered the financial impact on these hospitals last week. While this is certainly exciting and rewarding news, what has the impact been on patients? 372 Infections Prevented Annually For these ten hospital installations alone, a decrease in HAIs of 61.4% translates to 372 people a year that are no longer catching

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Atlanta Inno
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Atlanta Inno: 10 Atlanta Makers to Watch

Atlanta Inno’s newsletter today: I’m excited to introduce this company-wide feature we’ve all been working on at American Inno! Each of our markets have come up with a list of Makers to Watch in the tech community. When it comes to Atlanta tech, we’re best known for SaaS, fintech, cybersecurity and B2B platforms. But that doesn’t mean we don’t get to weigh in on the makers game. Enter Makers to Watch, the startups and creative workshops that are driving innovation in products and

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HAI Reduction Cost Savings
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Saving Nearly $10 Million a Year

Last week, we released new data showing that, in our ten most recent hospital installations, healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) decreased by an average of over 60% in six months. There were declines in each type of HAI as well. While this is certainly exciting and rewarding news, what has the impact been on these particular hospitals? First, there’s an obvious, and positive, financial impact. The direct costs alone from preventing these 372 HAIs translates into a savings for these

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Infection Reduction in 10 Hospitals
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New Data Reveals Hospitals Using Clean Hands – Safe Hands Reduce Healthcare-Associated Infections by Over 60 Percent

Ten consecutive hospital installations saw HAIs decline by between 45% and 81% in six months, saving nearly 40 Lives and over $9.5 million annually Atlanta, GA, January 30, 2019 – Clean Hands–Safe Hands today released data showing a decrease in healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) by an average of 61.4 percent across its 10 most recent hospital installations. Improvements were statistically significant, ranging from 45-81 percent. In every case, the Clean Hands – Safe Hands technology was installed and its

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