Copper: An Ancient Remedy That Actually Works

by Erica Mitchell | June 12 2024

This post is intended to provide historical background for some of today's medical treatments. It is not intended to provide medical advice or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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Artificial Intelligence and Infection Control: Current Research

by Erica Mitchell | June 8 2024

Artificial intelligence seems to be everywhere these days: Generating images that fill our social feeds and ads, answering our questions via chatbots, and creating content for almost every field. In today's post, we will look at some recent research that demonstrates how AI might help lessen the load on infection preventionists (IPs) by helping sift through data and make surveillance and reporting more efficient.

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Who Regulates Hospitals?

by Erica Mitchell | June 8 2024

A hospital is one of the most, if not the most, regulated environments in our nation. Due to the complexity of services, equipment, usage, and upkeep, hospitals and healthcare facilities must meet the standards set by a number of federal, state, and local laws, agencies, and regulators. In today's post, we'll look at some of the more visible groups keeping hospitals safe, as well as some that may surprise you.

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How Hospitals Stay Clean: Environmental Services

by Erica Mitchell | June 3 2024

Today's post looks at the team in the trenches, the boots on the ground, the hands-on technicians: Environmental Services.

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