How Clean Hands – Safe Hands Can Help Support Your COVID-19 Response

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Data Indicates which Providers have the Greatest Risk of Exposure to COVID-19

As hospitals begin to return to their new normal, patients and visitors with COVID are still going to be coming into the hospital. The wide range of symptoms that individuals with COVID experience make it impossible to screen everyone before they enter the facility. It is only a matter of time before a patient gets admitted without isolation procedures and is diagnosed with COVID. 

This sets off a series of questions that are traditionally nearly impossible to answer. Which providers came in contact with the contagious patient, and how often? Do any providers need to be isolated or monitored closely? Which providers are safe to return to work? Unfortunately, answering these questions without an Internet of Things (IoT) system in place can be nearly impossible.

The Clean Hands – Safe Hands system automatically captures data related to provider visits for each patient. Facilities can then leverage the network of sensors and advanced analytics to provide detailed information about staff exposure.

Clean Hands – Safe Hands customers are on the front lines of patient safety, fighting COVID with state-of-the-art technology. Learn more.


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At Clean Hands – Safe Hands, we appreciate everyone’s heroic efforts during these unprecedented times. We wanted to share a few ways we are working with our hospital partners to support their COVID response. Please let us know if we can support your team, and of course, stay safe!

Performance Bubble Plot

Each bubble represents a provider. The size of the bubble indicates the number of interactions with the patient. Larger bubbles mean more patient interactions. In the image, Nurse 2, Nurse 3, and Nurse 5 had the most interactions with the patient. Thus, they had the greatest risk of exposure. They likely need to be tested and possibly quarantined. MD 1 might need to be quarantined as well, but the others can likely continue working under close observation. This Performance Bubble Plot™ allows leadership to making informed staffing decisions at a glance.