May/June IFS: Hand Washing Rates Still Challenge Hospital Staff

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, healthcare providers wash their hands less than half as often as they should. Yet, despite years of effort and education around the country, infrequent hand washing by doctors, nurses, and medical staff remains a significant source of hospital-acquired infections, also known as HAI’s, and they are still looming large for healthcare facilities today. 

That begs the questions, what are organizations doing today to combat this issue and how are they lowering the number of HAI’s? By downloading this industry focus report, you will hear how Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Johns Hopkins Health System have taken on this challenge and what they are doing today to drive improvements in their facilities.

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