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Sage Products Joins APIC Strategic Partner Program
Date:9/12/2012

Brook, NY, has witnessed the evolving role of infection preventionists during his 30 years as an APIC member.

"I have seen the role of infection preventionists evolve from primarily a surveillance function to facilitating the education of the entire hospital staff from healthcare executives to the bedside clinician with the goal of eliminating HAIs. The best way to accomplish this goal is through continuing education. Sage's involvement and support of this program will help APIC advance the professional development of IPs," he said.

Sage offers a range of educational resources for infection preventionists, including CE and non-CE online education as well as other educational support. Sage also offers a unique CustomerOne program, which helps track surveillance to protocols to help facilities achieve better outcomes. In addition, Sage representatives will contact their local APIC chapters to offer in-person speaking engagements from key opinion leaders in infection prevention.

"We've developed an extensive library of valuable educational opportunities, and we're excited to be able to share it with infection preventionists to help advance their profession," Brown said.

Sage's market-leading prevention products are clinically proven to help prevent healthcare-associated pneumonias, surgical site infections and other HAIs. Products include Q•Care® Oral Cleansing and Suctioning Systems, Sage® 2% Chlorhexidine Gluconate Cloths for patient preoperative skin preparation and Comfort Bath® prepackaged bathing, which replaces bath basins that are proven to harbor multi-drug resistant organisms.

For more information, visit www.sageproducts.com.

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Since 1971, Sage Products has developed innovative healthcare products trusted by healthcare facilities worldwide. Sage has a core belief in prevention—that sim
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