BioVigil delivers on your commitment to patient safety and satisfaction with every patient interaction, in addition to lowering your costs and improving your reimbursement performance.
By capturing and analyzing more than 15,000 hand hygiene opportunities per day, you can imagine how the BioVigil system translates into HAI reductions. BioVigil transforms user behavior with every patient interaction and improves the safety culture of the entire organization.
The actual (vs. reported) hand hygiene compliance level in U.S. hospitals. BioVigil achieves and maintains actual compliance levels at 98+%
The number of hand hygiene opportunities captured and analyzed per month in an average BioVigil client hospital
The percentage of hand hygiene opportunities typically captured per month using manual audit (secret-shopper type) reporting methods
BioVigil reminds a user (if needed) to perform hand hygiene with each patient room (or zone) entry and exit event, helping to significantly reduce HAI risk
BioVigil visually reassures patients and family members with every patient interaction that hand hygiene has been performed, thus removing anxiety and questions about compliance.
BioVigil seamlessly captures and records all user hand hygiene activity and works with all sanitizer and soap products
BioVigil automatically aggregates data into meaningful dashboards and actionable reports which are available to authorized users on a continuous basis.
"We're coming into the 21st century with infection prevention, partnering with BioVigil to help us be a global leader in children’s health."
A. R. Phipps
Children's Hospital & Medical Center (Omaha, NE)
"Since we initiated the program, our hand hygiene observations went from approximately 200 manual observations per month to over 170,000 actual opportunities."
RN, CIC Children's Hospital & Medical Center (Omaha, NE)
"BioVigil has empowered our patients to have an interactive role in their safety while in our care. The “glowing hand” provides them with the perfect opportunity to ask questions of the healthcare personnel, and to say “stop” when someone approaches with a “red” hand. We have found our patients are very appreciative of the opportunity to be engaged and to know “Shannon cares about me!""
RN, CIC Shannon Medical Center (San Angelo, TX)