The direct medical cost of HAIs to health care facilities exceeds $30 billion annually.* Tru-D lowers the risk of patients developing unnecessary and preventable infections transmitted by the environment such as C. diff, MRSA, VRE, norovirus and more. Reducing the incidences of health care infections by eradicating the pathogens that lie hidden in health care environments is Tru-D’s guarantee of an immediate cost avoidance.
Tru-D can save on your bottom line while improving patient outcomes.
With HAI rates increasing, more superbugs discovered each year and increased financial accountability for infection rates, it’s critical for hospitals to provide the cleanest environments possible to protect patients and staff from infections.
A recent randomized clinical trial has concluded enhanced disinfection protocols that include Tru-D in your bundling package of current infection prevention modalities (i.e. hand washing and manual disinfection) will reduce Hospital-Associated Infections (HAIs) and fill the gap in your performance improvement plan.
Cost avoidance associated with HAIs support your efforts to measure quality and cost effectiveness to achieve improved outcomes.
Tru-D is the only device on the market that delivers a guaranteed and measurable dose of ultraviolet light to all surfaces in every room, every time. We provide scientifically-validated efficacy and unmatchable efficiency to integrate into existing workflow, as well as a return on investment.
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*Source: www.cdc.gov, “The Direct Medical Costs of Healthcare-Associated Infections in U.S. Hospitals and the Benefits of Prevention,” March 2009
Last year, our hospital had 81 cases of hospital-acquired C. diff. We’re on pace to have about one-third fewer hospital-acquired infections of all kinds this year, a decrease I attribute to the whole-room disinfection technologies we’ve added to our manual cleaning.
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