Four Factors to Consider When Selecting an Automated Hand Hygiene Monitoring System


Every patient interaction begins with a hand hygiene opportunity. Proper hand hygiene can prevent cross contamination and the spread of infection. Improper hand hygiene causes healthcare associated infections, which leads to 75,000 deaths annually and cost billions of dollars in settlements, additional illnesses and increased length of hospital stays. Hand hygiene compliance is a critical benchmark in measuring patient safety and quality. This is why healthcare facilities are increasingly interested in using automated hand hygiene monitoring solutions (AHHMS.)


Facilities need to select the right tool – one that meets expectations and fits the size and culture of the facility. This white paper offers key considerations when researching and selecting an automated hand hygiene monitoring solution.


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