Infection control best practices for healthcare facilities

July 22, 2020

Infection preventionists have developed several best practices for tackling COVID, according to an article on the Health Leaders website. 

  • These practices include:
  • Using telehealth for routine medical care and assessing symptoms 
  • Using personal protective equipment, including masking and eye protection
  • Limiting patient visitors helps keep the virus from entering healthcare facilities
  • Eliminating waiting rooms.  Patients can wait in their cars for appointments.

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