Cutting costs in water management

July 28, 2017

An article on the McKnights website offers ways to cut management costs in light of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requirement to reduce Legionella risk in water systems.

Control measures are the most important part of a water management program because what you do to your water is what reduces the risk of disease, the article said. 

The development and implementation of a water management plan your plan can affect cost and infection risk.

Striking the right balance between in-house personnel and outside services in key.

Read the article.


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