Video Monitoring Improves Hand Hygiene Practices

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New York investigators suggest that remote video auditing combined with feedback appears to produce significant and sustained hand hygiene improvements. Prior to implementing the video-auditing program, hand hygiene rates were less than 10.0%. Rates improved to 81.6% and 87.9% at 16 and 75 weeks, respectively, following implementation.


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Source: Clinical Infectious Disease, November 21, 2011.

An abstract of the study is available at

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