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Infection control is a priority in any safe and competent hospital or healthcare environment. Without effective infection control measures, 1 in 31 patients acquires a hospital-associated infection, equating to 1.7 million people annually in the United States. On average, this can increase the length of hospital admission by 17.6 days and adds billions of dollars […]

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It is essential to consider how cost-effective a purchase really is. The initial expenditure must be reconciled with the number of years of usage that it will provide. This calculation is paramount when acquiring any equipment, especially given the ever-increasing demands placed on the financial resources of healthcare providers. Purchased equipment is now expected to deliver more, be easier to […]

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It is crucial that any expenditure made within a hospital or healthcare setting, offers maximum value and return on initial outlay. There is a continuous need within healthcare settings to meet ever increasing high standards, with decreasing resources and tighter budgets. When accounting for the high costs involved in purchasing, unused equipment that sits idle, […]

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