Hospitals that Prioritize Patient and Staff Safety
Automated hand hygiene monitoring from Sani Nudge empower healthcare facilities to easily collect the data needed to cut costs, protect patients and staff, improve clinician experiences, and create operational efficiencies – without the complexity or huge investments of similar bulky RTLS solutions.
Since 2019 more than 25 hospitals in 15 countries have chosen Sani Nudge as their preferred solution to ensure the safety of their patients and staff. Here are a few of them.
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Sani Nudge provides the solution to ensure proper hand hygiene compliance. automated hand hygiene compliance monitoring solution directly impact clinical and operational outcomes from day one, so you can focus on providing care instead of managing expensive and time-consuming direct observations.
Automate your audits and improve your hygiene standards.
Detect potentially contaminated patients and staff in seconds instead of hours.
How it Works
To empower you to understand and improve operational efficiency,
the solution help you understand your processes.
Sani Sensors are located in designated locations in each unit to continuously capture caregiver patient contact. The Sensor is unobtrusive and battery powered up to two years, making installation simple and inconspicuous.
Every hospital employee wears a Sani ID. Sani IDs are unobtrusive, attached to existing ID badges, and last up to 2 years. Patient visits and performance of hand hygiene is captured seamlessly without impact to staff workflow.
We are Clinically Validated
Sani Nudge is the most clinically validated solution on the market with more than 14 peer-reviewed scientific papers. We pride ourself in sharing our experience with our partners to the benefit of the many.
Individual hand hygiene improvements and effects on healthcare-associated infections: A long-term follow-up study
The study investigated the sustained effect of Sani Nudge feedback interventions on individual hand hygiene responsiveness, and prevention of hospital-acquired infections.
Clinical Evaluation of an Electronic Hand Hygiene Monitoring System
The study tested the accuracy of the Sani Nudge solution in real-world clinical settings with varying healthcare professions and workflows in different wards.
Hand hygiene compliance among healthcare workers before and during the COVID-19 pandemic
The study investigated how the hand hygiene compliance of healthcare workers changed during the COVID-19 pandemic in a Danish hospital.
Effectiveness of an electronic hand hygiene monitoring system to increase compliance and reduce healthcare-associated infections
In this interventional study in a nephrology department, the researchers evaluated the effects of Sani Nudge on the hand hygiene compliance of healthcare workers and hospital-acquired bloodstream infections.
Validation of electronic hand hygiene monitoring systems: the IPC community must agree on four essentials
A clear validation guidance must be agreed upon and shared by the global infection prevention and control (IPC) community to help colleagues make informed decisions about which electronic hand hygiene monitoring system to invest in.
Hand hygiene compliance of healthcare workers before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: A long-term follow-up study
An investigation of the change in hand hygiene compliance of healthcare workers once a data-driven feedback intervention was stopped and how the COVID-19 pandemic influenced the hand hygiene behavior.
Assessing the clinical accuracy of a hand hygiene system: Learnings from a validation study
Data from direct observations were compared with data obtained from the Sani Nudge system in a German University Hospital.
Observed hand hygiene events
Changing hand hygiene behaviour might not be that easy
This study finds that static nudges (e.g., tape on the floor) do not increase hand hygiene compliance, but dynamic nudges (Sani Nudge’s light guide) may be needed to change the behavior of healthcare workers.
Use of an electronic hand hygiene monitoring system is associated with decreased staff absenteeism
The demonstrated relationship between staff hand hygiene compliance and absenteeism shows a return of investment opportunity for hospital management while also increasing the staff and patient safety.
Electronic hand hygiene systems can be used to assess clinically relevant interventions
The researchers aimed to assess the effect of a low-cost, low-effort approach on healthcare workers’ hand hygiene compliance using Sani Nudge.
Analysis of social interactions and risk factors relevant to the spread of infectious diseases at hospitals and nursing homes
Ensuring the safety of staff is vital. We analyzed of the social interactions between the healthcare workers at hospitals and nursing homes to identify high-risk areas of infections and contamination.
Light-guided nudging and data-driven performance feedback improve hand hygiene compliance among nurses and doctors
This multi-modal approach proved effective as hospitals improved their hand hygiene compliance to some of the highest levels reported in literature today.
Automated Hand Hygiene Monitoring Increases The Understanding of Poor Compliance Behaviour
University hospitals tripled their hand hygiene compliance rates in this study aimed to access compliance across 2.2 million data points.
Significantly Improved Hand Hygiene Compliance Using Nudging and Performance Feedback Based on Data from an Automated Monitoring System
This study illustrates that the Sani Nudge solution has a positive impact on the hygiene behavior of healthcare workers which reduced pathogen transmissions.
Clinical experiences with a new system for automated hand hygiene monitoring: A prospective observational study
University hospitals implemented the Sani Nudge solution and found it superior to direct observations in hygiene monitoring.
The most used solution worldwide
Sani Nudge is used by thousands of healthcare workers every day to protect them from harm and help them to keep their patients safe.
Sensors track healthcare worker actions more than 20,000 times/hour.
Data from sensors are continuously used to develop new solutions.
Implemented in 15 Countries
Implemented in Europe, USA, Asia and the Middle East.
+10k Healthcare Users
Each week more than 10,000 healthcare workers use the solution.
Sani Nudge is the scalable solution you can afford
No large investment
The hardware is rented and there is no additional installation fee.
Pay only for what is needed and when you need it.
Fits your budget
Start with the clinical focus and scale with the need.