3 ways ASC infection preventionists can influence PPI selection

Written by Rachel Popa | November 05, 2018 | Print  |

Medline outlined three ways ASC infection preventionists can affect physician preference item selection in the latest issue of the Outpatient Outcomes magazine.

Here are the key insights to know:

1. Practices need to strike a balance between choosing PPIs that address both clinical and operational objectives.

2. ASC infection preventionists can analyze infection rate data, including if any PPI items are responsible for a spike in infections.

3. Infection preventionists can then share insights on safer product alternatives based on the latest news and research with ASC staff.

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