What Every Health Care Executive Should Know: The Cost of Antibiotic Resistance
Guidelines for assisting your institutions in establishing safe infection control practices.
Motivating Your Environmental Services Team To Improve The Bottom Line - George Clarke Forbes Councils
Healthcare environmental services (ES) staff are a crucial, yet unheralded, factor in preventing drug-resistant infections.
UMF’s C-PULL Helps Reduce Infections - The Laundry Ledger
Our team of CLLM-certified sales professionals is very excited about the addition of C-PULL to our portfolio of design solutions for Healthcare.
UMF Corporation debuts privacy curtain add-on - McKnight's Long-Term Care News
UMF Corporation has introduced the C-PULL for healthcare privacy curtains, the first product in the company’s Micrillon® line.
UMF Corporation Develops C-PULL with Micrillon® to Help Reduce Infections, Phoenix Textile Adds C-PULL to Portfolio
Phoenix Textile Corporation has added C-PULL to its portfolio of healthcare solutions.
Microfiber – a DEFINED TERM that Requires Explanation and Understanding - By George Clarke, CEO of UMF Corporation
Microfiber, a textile term-unit of measure in the textile industry, is defined as: “a fiber that is less than 1 denier but greater than 0.3 denier.”
Reconsidering Cleaning Processes and Products With Wellness in Mind By George Clarke - April 2, 2019
Wellness is a top trend in hospitality - What goes on “behind the scenes” and between guest visits is a cruise component to their experience.
Stop undervaluing your cleaning staff - McKinght's Long-Term Care News
“One of the fundamental problems in the industry in environmental services is the opinion is is that it’s ‘just the janitor,’”
Knowledge Makes A Difference - American Cleaning & Hygiene
Fighting the battle against preventable healthcare associated infections with environmental services training
Chemistry Set: Umf Corporation Goes Deep To Bolster Infection Prevention Efforts
A solution developed that can embed infection prevention into just about anything. Article Published in ECN Magazine
umf Corporation develops Micrillon
Cleaning Business Today: Rechargeable broad-spectrum antimicrobial will address the global health crisis of antimicrobial resistance.
Rechargeable Broad-Spectrum Antimicrobial Tackles Infection Prevention
CleanLink Article - June 22, 2018 - Executive Reports
UMF Corporation Operating Room Processing Training Program
Posted by OR Today Magazine | Jun 1, 2018 | In The OR, Product Showroom
Juan Diaz, Cohen Children’s Medical Center wins National Hygiene Specialist Excellence Award
Infection Control Today notes that Juan Diaz has been awarded the 9th annual National Hygiene Specialist Excellence Award for 2017.
American Journal of Infection Control - Rate of contamination of hospital privacy curtains in a burns/plastic ward: A longitudinal study
American Journal of Infection Control: K. Shek et al. / American Journal of Infection Control 46 (2018) 1019-21 -- www.ajicjournal.org
Memo to the Hospital C-Suite: We're Awaiting Your Aha! Moment
The best-practice efforts of ES staff are making a big difference at the best hospitals across the USA.
The Brave New World of EVS by George Clarke
“Excuse me, has this hospital room been properly processed?”
Closing the Gap Between ES and Clinical Research by George Clarke
There comes a time when research needs to be turned into effective action or patients will continue to be vulnerable to HAIs.
Saving Lives in the Shadows of Healthcare
“Everyday heroes” in the battle against HAIs: hygiene specialists and medical laboratory professionals.
Infection Prevention Through Superior Cleaning
Microfiber products have changed the way ES and IPs evaluate cleaning methodology.
Without Environmental Hygiene, HH Programs Fall Short
UMF Corporation is promoting the need for multimodal intervention programs.
How ES Can Help Drive Infection Prevention Efforts
7 Steps to help the ES manager deal with dangerous pathogens.
'200+ Die Every Day.’ Is This Not a Story Worth Telling?
Multimodal intervention is the good news in the bad news about HAIs.