CAEM Delegates Choose welloStation As Top Innovation for Infection Prevention
Addison, Texas – October 3, 2017 | Wello Inc., maker of infection prevention innovations including the welloStation™ and SKYwello™, was voted the top innovation by delegates at the Canadian Association of Environmental Management (CAEM) 2017 Conference in Collingwood, Ontario on September 29, 2017.
Before an audience of CAEM delegates, IC.tips submitted twenty infection control innovations. Upon review of each innovation, delegates chose welloStation as the top choice of this year’s conference.
“It is exciting to see the diverse audience of healthcare and environmental management researchers and scientists jointly acknowledging welloStation as their top choice innovation for preventing infection spread,” said Rik Heller, CEO and Chairman of Wello, Inc. and inventor of welloStation.
The Canadian Association of Environmental Management was established in 1971.
CAEM’s principle function is to promote the professional growth and development of its members and support best practice cleaning and disinfection practices with the objective of reducing hospital acquired infection caused by environmental surface contamination.
About Wello, Inc.
Wello Inc. is dedicated to improving workplace health and patient safety. The welloStation™ is a hands-free, high volume fever screening device used by hospitals, jails and other organizations with captive care populations to identify, detect and notify personnel of contagious persons who may spread infection to staff and those in their care. Temperature measurement data is stored in the HIPAA compliant WelloCloud® storage system for compliance and reporting purposes. Wello Inc. (www.welloinc.com) formerly known as FreshLoc Technologies, Inc. is a pioneer in patient safety through wireless temperature monitoring systems.
The Infection Prevention Strategy is a Not-For-Profit organization that operates both globally and locally. We perform scientific studies and evaluations. We promote and communicate results and experiences through our Pan-Access publication, InfectionControl.tips – www.IC.tips
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