Focus: Infection Control

Steps for effective outpatient facility cleaning

February 10, 2017

The growth in outpatient care brings with it a need for effective environmental cleaning programs, according to an article on the Health Facilities Management website.

 

Outpatient facilities traditionally have lacked infrastructure and proper resources to execute an effective, standardized environmental cleaning program, the article said.

 

Six tips to help outpatient facilities develop an effective environmental cleaning plan include getting all staff (including clinical) involved. 

 

Clinical education for those with environmental cleaning responsibilities is also crucial.

 

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