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Ignoring Pathogens on Shoes and Floors is Leaving Money on the Table
The Lifecycle of pathogens does not end once they deposit on the floor. Air currents and shoes put these back in the air, causing lost revenue due to inoculated instruments, touch surfaces and furniture/beds
See How Much Capital is Lost Due to Infections Each Year.
Any care facility sees a loss of revenue when a patient, care provider or resident contracts an infectious diseases. See what these numbers can add up to.
See What Could be Added to Your Facility's Revenue.
By continuing to update our infection prevention protocols and address previously ignored or overlooked vectors, we can lower infection rates. See how even a simple, ongoing protocol shift can add up to massive returns on an annual basis.
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