HyGreen, HCS-Medical partner to build strategic relationships with federal healthcare markets

Published on December 3, 2013 at 12:31 PM · No Comments

HyGreen, Inc., maker of the first electronic hand hygiene reminding and recording system, announced today a partnership and distribution agreement with HCS-Medical to build strategic relationships with federal healthcare markets and distribute its HyGreen Hand Hygiene System.

Every year, failure to wash hands causes thousands of deaths in the U.S. as organisms are transmitted from patient to patient via the unwashed hands of healthcare workers. The HyGreen Hand Hygiene System actively reminding healthcare workers to wash before patient contact and wirelessly recording hand hygiene compliance, thus supporting HCS-Medical's commitment to help government hospitals focus on patient care while reducing costs and improving efficiencies through providing best in class products.   

As a veteran owned business, HCS-Medical has always sought to bring excellent service and products to federal health care providers. "Supplying electronic hand hygiene technology is one key way HCS-Medical can help protect veterans and military personnel from hospital acquired infections," said Spencer Hoyt, President and Founder of HCS-Medical. "We are committed to helping our federal healthcare partners deliver on their goals to provide high quality healthcare to our nation's heroes."

"We are pleased to begin this agreement and honored to provide HyGreen to facilities that serve the military and military veterans," said Kevin Quilty, Executive Vice President of HyGreen, Inc. "We look forward to working with HCS-Medical to help these facilities lower infections and save lives."

SOURCE HyGreen, Inc.

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