A New Year to Commit to Patient Safety and a Germ-free Environment

Posted by Tru-D SmartUVC 01.02.19


Jennifer Picker, Manager of Program Management

With a new year comes a new opportunity to make a commitment to patient safety and a clean, germ-free hospital environment.

Join hundreds of other hospitals around the country who have invested in UVC technology to help combat the incidence of hospital-acquired infections. Facilities such as Oneida Healthcare, which dropped its C. diff rate by 70%, and Providence St. Peter Hospital, which saw its surgical-site infection rate drop to zero, have experienced real-world results using UVC disinfection. Individual hospital results may vary based on adherence to standard disinfection protocol.

“Though actual cost savings from HAI avoidance can be difficult to quantify, we know from national statistics that HAIs can cost an average of $15,000, so we do believe those savings are real,” Mary Parry, Chief Operating Officer of Oneida Healthcare, said.

Click here to read more Tru-D testimonials and stay tuned for a series on how to implement a successful UVC disinfection program.

Posted 01.02.19
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