December 3, 2012
As part of a provision of the Affordable Care Act, Medicare will no longer provide reimbursements for healthcare-related infections, which results in 90,000 deaths per year in the U.S. Under greater scrutiny and in an effort to reduce costs and increase care, hospitals may soon be inclined to make a change in order to prevent the spread of infections in their already ill patients. Approved by the EPA and “1,000 times greater than Lysol,” there is a new disinfectant and sanitizing product that reduces the spread of infections in patients. Steriplex SD is already being used in some hospitals with very positive results. Check out the interview with Former Stryker CEO Steve MacMillan on Fox Business here.