Protecting the Uncounted Victims of HAIs

Protecting the Uncounted Victims of HAIs

Healthcare associated infections (HAIs) are responsible for the deaths of more than 85,000 Americans each year. This is the stat widely cited by infection control professionals and technology providers. While this is the most accurate figure we have, it is also quite elusive. This figure accounts for only those HAI related deaths that are transparently reported by p…

Add Defeating HAIs to Your List of New Year’s Resolutions

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Resolve to Defeat HAIs in 2017

We are already two weeks into 2017, but it’s not too late to define your New Year’s resolutions. What better way to ensure a fruitful and healthy new year than continuing on the course to eliminate harmful HAIs?

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Halosil Releases Free Value Analysis Focused on Measuring ROI of Whole Room Disinfection

NEW CASTLE, DE (December 14, 2016) — Halosil International, a leader in disinfection and infection control, recently released a Value Analysis designed to assist healthcare decision makers in calculating the ROI of a whole room disinfection system.

This unique tool details the mounting costs of fighting HAIs in healthcare settings, the many considerations of cost and speed that go into a whole room disinfection strategy and the benefits and opportunities t…

The Common Ground: Exchange 2016 Survey Reveals Shared Disinfection Priorities

Insights from the 2016 Exchange Survey

In September, Halosil attended AHE’s Exchange 2016 conference, held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The event brings together influencers and decision makers who are on the front lines of healthcare disinfection efforts. As always, we view such conferences as invaluable opportunities to gain a real pulse on the industry’s disinfection priorities.


As the Drug-Resistant Bacteria Epidemic Worsens, Halosil Gives Hospitals Options in the Fight

A Proven Solution to Defeat Drug-Resistant Bacteria

A recent Reuters investigation found that 15 years after the U.S. declared drug-resistant infections a grave threat, the crisis has only worsened, and many of those engaged in the fight against HAIs are being hindered by a lac…

Halosil Defines Industry Criteria for Whole Room Disinfection in Definitive Buyer’s Guide

NEW CASTLE, DE (October 07, 2016) — Halosil International, a leader in whole room disinfection and infection control, recently released a definitive Buyer’s Guide for infection control professionals detailing specific criteria that must be considered when evaluating a whole room disinfection system.

The guide, which aims to deliver helpful information to healthcare decision makers, addresses important criteria such as coverage, efficacy, affordability, f…

Halosil Introduces New HaloFogger® FLX Model to Support Flexible, Fast Whole Room Disinfection of Multiple Rooms

NEW CASTLE, DE (July 31, 2016) — Halosil International, the leader in disinfection and infection control, has announced the newest addition to its HaloFogger® line of aerosolized hydrogen peroxide fogging devices for whole room disinfection, the HaloFogger® FLX. This new model combines the proven effectiveness and volume capacity of Halosil’s standard, industry-proven HaloFogger with the added nozzle flexibility available with its HaloFogger® EXT, which is…

The state of disinfection today

Timely insights from APIC 2016

Few would argue that disinfection is an important, if not essential, priority for today’s healthcare provider. With a myriad of HAIs threatening lives, profitability and reputation, infection control professionals are challenged to find a solution in which they can place their confidence and trust.

Market statistics show that we have been making headway …

C. diff is hazardous to the financial health of hospitals

The Halo Disinfection System is a cost-effective prevention strategy

Clostridium difficile, one of the most common and hard-to-treat healthcare-acquired infections (HAI), sickens nearly half a million people a year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 29,000 of them die fro…