On average, healthcare providers clean their hands less than half of the times they should.*

Hand Hygiene is the cornerstone of patient safety.

It is recognized as one of the most effective practices for reducing preventable patient harm by the CDC.

A key practice for improving compliance is auditing which is also a regulatory "must do" and key to safety ratings.

  • CMS Regulatory Requirements
  • Accreditation Preparedness
  • Leapfrog Group Surveys
  • Private Payer Programs
*Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID), Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion (DHQP)

Digital Hand Hygiene Auditing & Reporting Tools

“If we want 20 audits in a month from a unit, I can look into the system to actually see how many they have done, and can drill down further to see exactly who has done the audits. It is very helpful to have access to the data this way.”
Tracy Stieglitz, RN, BSN, CIC, Infection Prevention Manager at Washington Health System

Success Stories

Improving Hand Hygiene across a 12-hospital collaborative
Over 12 months, this 12 site collaborative successfully moved their hand hygiene programs off of paper and spreadsheets, saving staff time and providing timely data. Using these benefits, the collaborative’s average hand hygiene compliance improved from 78% to 94%. Learn more
Preventing Infections In A 100-Bed Community Hospital
This small community hospital was looking for infection prevention tools that were efficient and enabled them to do more with their limited resources. They achieved 35% improvement in HH compliance, resulting in fewer infections, huge cost savings, and most importantly, safer patients. Learn more

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