M2M Keeps Hand Hygiene Compliance In Hospitals Up
By Stein Soelberg, Director of Marketing, KORE
"Germs are not visible now. They will become visible through information."
The New Yorker published an article a few weeks ago on the rise of Purell… little did I know that it would end up being a story about M2M. M2M continues to play a larger role in the healthcare industry and this is yet another example of how the technology is impacting the day-to-day operations of hospitals around the World.
The piece focuses on the creation and upbringing of Purell, a now household name product that was created by mom and pop company, Gojo. However, towards the end of the article, author David Owen dives into the use of Purell stations in hospitals to monitor hand hygiene compliance and our M2M radar went off.
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