Mitigating Risk Through Infection Prevention

July 7, 2017


Infection control is constantly in flux. Whether it’s adapting to new emphases on quality and corresponding incentives, responding to increasing concerns about antibiotic resistance or reacting to emerging infections – flexibility is an increasingly imperative trait in infection control and prevention. Infection prevention teams are being increasingly recognized as partners in risk management, auditing for compliance monitoring and proactively reviewing processes and procedures to avert potential litigation. Hear how emerging infection surveillance technology can help your organization reduce the negative impact of potential HAIs, even before a confirmed diagnosis.

Here's what you're going to learn about:

  • Interconnectivity between Risk & Infection
  • Interconnectivity between Quality & Infection
  • The enhanced effectiveness of each of the three above when their synergies have coalesced


Yves Crehore, RN
Product Manager, Infection - RL Solutions

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