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Hand hygiene monitoring technology increases compliance rates, but is it worth the cost?

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July 1, 2018

Currently, the majority of U.S. hospitals and outpatient facilities do not use hand hygiene monitoring technology. Perhaps the increased surveyor focus on hand hygiene compliance and more success stories like the one experienced at Lutheran Medical Center in Colorado will encourage others to pay up.

Currently, the majority of U.S. hospitals and outpatient facilities do not use hand hygiene monitoring technology. Perhaps the increased surveyor focus on hand hygiene compliance and more success stories like the one experienced at Lutheran Medical Center in Colorado will encourage others to pay up.



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