LATEST DATA: How evidence-based products can lower the risk of SSI for patients – Podcast

In almost all surgical site infections (SSIs), patients will have to stay in the hospital longer, or be readmitted. It’s devastating to the patient, and costly to the hospital. “Patients don’t want an infection,” said Independent Consultant Peter Graves, BSN, RN, CNOR, who joined Spencer and Repertoire Publisher Scott Adams on a podcast to discuss SSIs. “Not only are they economically devastated because of it, it’s a significant burden on the family, the payer, and the patient.”

Graves and colleague Med, BSN, RN, CIC, FAPIC discussed how healthcare providers can determine the true cost.

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