Florida, Kentucky, and Tennessee Healthcare Facilities Stepping Up Commitment to Control Coronavirus Spread and Reduce Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs)

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Aug. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --A TheA CDCA recommends soles be disinfected as part of hygiene protocols, as deadly pathogens, including coronavirus, can be quickly spread to other surfaces. Studies show floors are a significant source of dangerous pathogens and limiting these pathogens through shoe sanitizing protocols can greatly reduce the spread of harmful diseases (Koganti, 2016) and reduce HAIs (healthcare-associated infections). The average cost to treat a HAI is $22,000 and the total cost of HAIs to the US economy is $35 Billion annually.Hospitals, Nursing Homes, and Nursing/Rehabilitation facilities throughout the Southeast are stepping up their commitment to decrease the spread of Human Coronavirus and other deadly pathogens by incorporating the multi- patented PathO3Gen Solutions UVZone shoe sanitizing stations. AdventHealth, Clear Choice Health Care, Norton Healthcare, Agape Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Cornerstone Village, Christian Care Centers of Memphis, Christian Care Center of Kuttawa, andSweetwater Nursing and Rehabilitation have implemented the cutting-edge technology in their fight to control coronavirus spread and reduce Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs).About UVZone

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AdventHealthConnerton (FL) has incorporated eight (8) shoe sanitizing stations and is seeing dramatically reduced infection rates. AdventHealth Connerton VP and COO Debi Martoccio explains the benefits they have seen:A "We have updated our HAI rate graphs andA the reduction that we've seen since Feb 2019 (PathO3Gen Solutions UVZone shoe disinfection technology implementation date) is 53% through March 2020.A We have always had a lower than expected HAI rate at our facility. However, since the inception of the PathO3Gen Solutions UVZone shoe disinfection technology and other infection control measures, we have reduced our HAI rate by 53%."A 
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