COVID-19 HAS CHANGED HOW
WE MUST CONDUCT BUSINESS
We still face many challenges related to COVID-19. As organizations send their personnel back to the office or their sales force back out into the field, employers can reduce the potential for legal exposure by taking steps to mitigate the risk for infection. Our PPE-kits are fully customized to meet the needs of your organization. PPE-kits can be individually drop shipped or sent by cartons.STOCK PPE-KIT CUSTOM PPE-KIT
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Our Vendor PPE-kit program will improve patient safety and enhance security in your facility. Only vendors who are properly credentialed to be in your facility will have access to disposable PPE-kits that meet AORN guidelines as an optimal level of practice for surgical attire. All the while eliminating a line item expense for your facility.EXPLORE COMPLIANCE SOLUTIONS
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With the White House unveiling its guidelines for opening up America again, responsibility has been placed on states and local officials to assess their preparedness to stay ahead of the spread of COVID-19, and when ready, reopen their economies.
The ‘4 Fs’ of medical mask selection: As hospitals look to combat hospital-acquired infections amid the rise of antibiotic resistance, it is important for providers to be equipped with the proper facial protection for each clinical situation in surgical and procedural settings.
As hospitals look to combat hospital-acquired infections amid the rise of antibiotic resistance, it is important for providers to be equipped with the proper facial protection for each clinical situation in surgical and procedural settings. In a June 22 webinar hosted by Becker’s Hospital Review and sponsored by Cardinal Health, Angela Maxwell, RN, senior consultant for clinical operations at Cardinal Health, and Tricia L.