Lower Your Risk for Costly Infections

The CDC estimates that about one in 25 patients treated in hospitals get an infection that was caused by the treatment they received. Ambulatory surgery center and nursing home patients are at an increased risk for HAIs as well.

HAIs can cost you hundreds of thousands in reduced reimbursement and in public relations damage to your brand. Your ability to prevent or minimize infections is not only critical to patient safety, but to your organization’s overall health.

View the Infection Prevention and Control fact sheet for more information on this consulting service.

Practical Solutions

Our team includes clinical infection prevention and control experts that have a deep understanding of the standards of care with a depth of expertise that spans the care continuum — from hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers, to nursing homes, home care and everything in between.

Our team of skilled clinical professionals have decades of experience in a variety of settings and can help you:

  • Evaluate your current infection prevention and control processes and identify potential points of process vulnerabilities.
  • Reduce infection risk in specific areas — sterilization, multi-drug resistance organisms, environmental services, device and procedure related infections.
  • Create targeted solutions leveraging proven methods and tools.

Custom Education

We offer an education program that is customizable to your organization and tailored to your unique infection prevention needs and challenges. Our team of experts will come to your organization to train your entire staff — senior leaders, physicians, infection prevention specialists, clinical managers and frontline staff critical to infection prevention excellence — on the challenges of infection prevention and control.

View the custom education fact sheet for more information on this service.


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