CARES Act & CareSafely

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Webinar | CareSafely and the CARES Act

The current approach to infection control management is too manual, too compartmentalized, too narrow in scope, and too slow. Strengthen your COVID-19 response and prepare for future pandemics by using CARES Act funds to digitize your entire infection control program.

Make Safety a Competitive Advantage

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CareSafely App | Senior Care Safety Solution

COVID-19 has shaken the trust in infection control and safety that seniors and their families place with senior care organizations like yours. 49% of seniors don’t trust safety at senior care organizations according to a recent survey. This broken trust is having a major impact on census, staff morale, and relations with residents and their loved ones.

COVID-19 inspires ‘overdue’ infection control innovation

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McKnight's Article | Infection Control Innovation

History may come to see COVID-19 as the seminal event shaping infection control practices in healthcare. While the pandemic, so far, has spotlighted the ineffectiveness of current processes to assess, plan and manage infection control risks, there is also a bright side. The urgent need to keep residents, staff and visitors safe has inspired long-overdue innovation in proactively managing all infection control risks at nursing homes and other care sites.

Use CARES Act Funds Strategically, Not Just Tactically

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Webinar | CareSafely and the CARES Act

The CARES Act was designed to bring public health and economic relief to American citizens when the pandemic struck in March of 2020. It encompasses over $2 trillion in aid. The good news is that the CARES Act funds can be used for implementing a comprehensive infection control management system.

Stop Managing 21st Century COVID Risk with 20th Century Processes

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Managing COVID-19 Risk Processes

COVID risk management is critical for long-term care facilities. Over 540,000 people associated with 21,000 long term care facilities have been infected with COVID-19. Unfortunately, another leading vaccine candidate in stage-3 clinical trial is on hold because of a patient illness. COVID will be a challenge for long-term care facilities for years.