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A Healthy Hospital: It’s What You Do
In an ever-changing healthcare environment, persistent threats such as C.diff, MDROs and emerging viral pathogens test the robustness of your infection control protocols. With increasing infection reporting requirements and growing responsibilities for diverse care settings, you need to take every step to eliminate the environment as a source of infection.
There are an estimated 1.7 million HAIs that cost $20–40 billion per year, and up to 6% of Medicare reimbursement is at risk from ACA penalties.
Don’t Just Control Infections. Prevent Them.
Maximize your infection prevention strategy by using best-in-class, ready-to-use disinfectants and cutting-edge technologies from Clorox Healthcare. Our comprehensive portfolio, spanning bleach, hydrogen peroxide and quat formulas as well as UV and electrostatic technologies, training programs, and protocols can help you keep your hospital healthy.
Time and labor costs reduced. Efficient, comprehensive surface disinfection and reliable wrap-around coverage. Trusted chemistries with excellent performance and broad surface compatibility. All enabling you to cover thousands of square feet in minutes. This is Clorox® electrostatic technology.Learn More
Resources for You
Infection Prevention in Long-Term Care: Focus on the EnvironmentIn 2016, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS), rolled out a 3-year phase-in period for their revised regulations in long-term care settings. The revised regulations require more robust infection control programs. The phase in-period ended in November of 2019, with the expectation that facilities be in full-compliance. This webinar will provide a review of the revised regulations for infection control and why it is important. Participants will learn about: The epidemiologic important pathogens in the long-term setting, as well as emerging ones. The key steps needed to create an effective and successful environmental cleaning and disinfection program in the long-term care setting will be outlined, including risk assessment, needed policies and protocols, and staff education and competency. The properties of ideal disinfecting products. Several tools such as risk assessment, protocols and cleaning responsibility grids will be provided that the participant can use in their respective facilities.Learn More
Comprehensive Cleaning and Disinfection Solutions for Hospitals
Comprehensive Cleaning and Disinfection Solutions for HospitalsIdentify the challenges and unique solutions for each area of your hospital, including the OR and ED.Learn More
Studies & Articles
Selecting the Ideal Healthcare Disinfectant – PSQH Article
Selecting the Ideal Healthcare Disinfectant – PSQH ArticleLearn about balancing efficacy with surface compatibility when choosing a healthcare disinfectant. Read the publication on compatibility in PSQH.Learn More
Disinfectant Compatibility Chart
Disinfectant Compatibility ChartLearn more about disinfectant compatibility with a range of surface materials commonly found in healthcare facilities.Learn More