It’s so simple and effective against preventing illness yet healthcare workers continue to resist washing their hands. To get their doctors and nurses to tow the line and practice good hand-hygiene, hospitals are resorting to Big Brother-type approaches, The New York Times reports.
For example, Long Island’s North Shore University Hospital has installed motion sensors that trigger a video camera whenever someone enters an intensive care unit room so workers in India can check to make sure doctors and nurses are washing their hands, according to NYT.
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