A busy hospital can inadvertently foster inefficiencies as staff move around the facility. While hand hygiene technology is designed to improve hand hygiene performance and patient safety, it can do so much more. The technology can also bring to light inefficiencies – and even dangerous situations – that were previously unknown to the organization. Here are some real examples.
Many hospitals find the workflow data that hand hygiene performance technology provides to be an added advantage beyond the very tangible benefits they expected when they installed the system.
This is part of a series about Making the Invisible Visible: Clinical Intervention Data.