Hyginex Launches Blog Focused on Championing Proper Hand Hygiene Practices
Hyginex Chief Medical Officer and Chief Strategy Officer Provide Useful Tips and Analysis to Improve Hand Hygiene Compliance
SANTA MONICA, Calif. - Feb. 4, 2014 - PRLog -- Hyginex, a unique wearable hand hygiene improvement technology, is furthering its commitment to help fight healthcare associated infections (HAIs) with the launch of its new blog www.hyginex.com/
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jeannie Chen, MD and Chief Strategy Officer Linda Smith discuss the major challenges to improving hand hygiene compliance rates on the newly launched blog. They will be reviewing new hand hygiene related policies like the Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goal 7 and will also be providing commentary on quality and patient safety related events such as the Patient Safety Science and Technology Summit.
“Our goal is to provide a useful resource to healthcare practitioners who are faced with difficult challenges while improving hand hygiene compliance and reducing HAI rates in their facilities,”
Linda Smith says, “Patient safety and hand hygiene are our top priorities at Hyginex. We hope this blog provides healthcare leaders and hand hygiene champions tools to help strengthen their current infection prevention programs and make positive changes in their facilities.”
Check back weekly for new content related to improving hand hygiene behavior and promoting a culture focused on hand hygiene in your facility. Hyginex is dedicated to eliminating hand hygiene–related HAIs and is devoted to improving hand hygiene through strengthening hand hygiene education programs.
Hyginex, Inc. has developed a wristband-based technology focused on strengthening healthcare facilities’ hand hygiene programs. The goal is to help these institutions eliminate healthcare associated infections (HAIs) that lead to more than 100,000 preventable patient deaths in the U.S. each year. Hyginex is the only system that provides accurate data on both hand rub duration as well as frequency. These two elements are essential during hand disinfection to kill and stop the transmission of pathogens. Hyginex, Inc. is headquartered in Los Angeles and has helped many healthcare facilities improve their hand hygiene compliance rates.
For more information or to sign up for a webinar, please visit www.Hyginex.com
Follow Hyginex on Twitter: @HyginexSolution
Nisha Bedi, Director of Marketing
Page Updated Last on: Feb 04, 2014