STANLEY, N.C. March 1, 2011
the United States $45 billion
New Orleans July 2010 Greenville, S.C.
"Hand hygiene is a priority for us at GHS and this is the kind of breakthrough innovation we need to help us meet our goal of creating a true patient safety culture," Dr. Diller continued.
February 2011 American Journal of Infection Control
Elaine Larson Columbia University School of Nursing
"With this research, hospitals can now calculate reliable compliance rates when product utilization data are available," added Larson.
Using a combination of proprietary wireless technology built into its soap and sanitizer dispensers in conjunction with proprietary software that utilizes data from the "HOW2 Benchmark Study" in algorithms which calculate compliance rates, the DebMed®GMS™ provides hospitals with real-time access to compliance reports formatted as dashboards developed in collaboration with infection preventionists and infectious disease physicians. Meaningful dialogue among unit staff is thus enabled that fosters improved compliance behavior and patient safety.
"We believe that real and sustainable improvement comes from within which is why we based our system on group monitoring as opposed to individual tagging and tracking. With the DebMed® Program, we enable healthcare workers to have meaningful dialogue that drives individual accountability and responsibility for compliance," Alper continued.
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