Executive Summary:

Discovering the Clinical and Financial Value of Sanitized Devices

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare facilities need to ensure that their sanitation protocols are properly in place.


IT devices are among the leading sanitation risks in any environment, let alone healthcare. Researchers have discovered that computer keyboards alone contained 7,500 bacteria per swab—more than an average toilet seat. Take into account laptops, mobile devices, and monitors and there is a severe risk of unknowingly passing along infectious diseases to staff and patients.


The problem however, is not that the staff are overlooking proper sanitation protocols, it’s that the devices they have access to are simply not designed to be cleaned with effective agents.


Download this executive brief today for insights on:

  • Mitigating risks to keep patients and staff safe
  • Maintaining the highest quality of care
  • Ensuring economic viability within your facility
  • IT devices that allow for proper sanitation

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