Innovative Hand Hygiene Support

An active monitoring system that allows hospitals to detect usage of hand hygiene stations, helping to reduce healthcare-associated infections (HCAIs), improving patient safety.

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Features

The system is helping healthcare organisations to further improve hand hygiene performance.

Hy-genie device

Real-time data

Simple, low tech solution providing objective, non-judgemental, live data

Unbiased

Providing a clear honest message to all healthcare workers hospital-wide

Setting standards

Based on existing NHS infrastructures to ensure patients get the best care at all times

Unintrusive

Easy to adopt, with no change to workflow patterns

Patient safety

Promotes best practices to improve hand hygiene standards across all healthcare roles

Usage tracking

Monitors the hand-hygiene performance amongst all healthcare professionals within a hospital

Features

The system is helping healthcare organisations to further improve hand hygiene performance.

Real-time data

Simple, low tech solution providing objective, non-judgemental, live data

Unbiased

Providing a clear honest message to all healthcare workers hospital-wide

Setting standards

Based on existing NHS infrastructures to ensure patients get the best care at all times

Unintrusive

Easy to adopt, with no change to workflow patterns

Patient safety

Promotes best practices to improve hand hygiene standards across all healthcare roles

Usage tracking

Monitors the hand-hygiene performance amongst all healthcare professionals within a hospital

Benefits of Hy-genie

With over 300,000 patients suffering from HCAIs each year, hand hygiene is a key component in preventing the spread of bacteria in hospitals.

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Personalised data

Hy-genie provides personalised improvement goals and feedback, allowing everyone to take ownership of their personal hand hygiene performance.

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Improved performance

Typically, hand hygiene compliance in hospitals is 50% – Hy-genie aims to significantly improve compliance to reduce the risk of patients developing HCAIs.

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Empowerment

Hy-genie’s unique data allows each member of staff and Infection Prevention and Control teams to take control of hand hygiene performance.

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Background

Dr Richard Cooke, the founder of Hy-genie, recently retired from his position as the ‘Director of Infection Prevention & Control’ at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, and was responsible for reducing the risk of hospital-acquired infection. Hy-genie was built with an aspiration to achieve 100% hand hygiene compliance performance in hospitals and aims to significantly reduce the risk of patients developing HCAIs.

About Hy-genie

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