What's Going On--News and Headlines

HAIvia Joins Safe@Home Intiative

Making Work from Home Easier

We have partnered with leading firms dealing with the HAI issue to make working from home easier. In cooperation with EVS Protects, P3iD, and Healthcare Infections Transmission System (HITS) Consortium we're participating in the Safe@Home initiative to provide for valuable information, resources and technology tools to help everyone get through these challenging times with COVID-19 (Coronavirus). »See News

HAIvia Named one of Most Promising Data Analytics Solutions Providers

Wilson Profiled in CIO Review

CIO Review recently named HAIvia as one of the 20 Most Promising Data Analytics Solutions Providers for 2018. In its article titled, "HAIvia: Pioneering in HAI Prevention," Dave Wilson addressed the growing need for enriched analytics in healthcare. Focusing on infection prevention which correlates to improved patient safety and increased reimbursements, HAIvia provides a visual analysis platform. The dashboard product lets hospital executives visualize and manage infection prevention data that was either not available to them previously or scattered in data silos throughout the organization. HAIvia lets users visualize this disparate data to provide actionable knowledge that can help them save patient lives and increase government and insurance reimbursements. »More

Hospitals Must do a Better Job of Cleaning Beds

Alarming Stats on HAIs & Environmental Services.

A study by Columbia University highlights the critical need for improved infection prevention measures by hospital environmental services teams. "Patients are nearly six times as likely to come down with staph, strep or another dangerous infection if the patient who used the bed before them had it," according to an article in the Tyler Morning Telegraph which summarizes the study. For more about the actual study visit here.

HAIvia Sponsors Blockchain Conference

Dave Wilson of HAIvia hosted a session at the recent Blockchain in Healthcare West Conference in San Francisco. Dave met with healthcare leaders and blockchain technologists looking to enable healthcare professionals to understand how blockchain technology such as cryptocurrency, smart contracts, distributed databases, and public ledgers are, and will continue to transform the healthcare ecosystem. »More