Chicago Faucets releases White Paper: Reducing the risk of HAIs in healthcare facilities DigitalVision/Thinkstock

Chicago Faucets releases White Paper: Reducing the risk of HAIs in healthcare facilities

The white paper discusses in detail four options used to mitigate transmission of waterborne bacteria The white paper touches on the Affordable Care Act's strong financial incentive to reduce the spread of bacteria

DES PLAINES, IL — Chicago Faucets announces the release of a new white paper, Reducing the Risk of HAIs in Healthcare Facilities, which discusses products and solutions designed specifically to assist in reducing the transmission of bacteria in healthcare facilities. It also discusses the importance of hand hygiene, explaining how improvements in hand washing can help combat transmissions of waterborne bacteria such as Legionella from the water supply to patients and hospital personnel.

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