PR Newswire February 2, 2021
SwipeSense, Inc.

Amid push by California, Minnesota, Oregon and other states to require employees be notified of COVID-19 exposure, SwipeSense survey shows healthcare consumers believe hospital safety technology plays a critical role in ensuring their safety

┬áCHICAGO — The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened healthcare consumers’ concerns about receiving care in a hospital system, according to a new survey conducted by SwipeSense, the industry’s leading patient safety platform. The survey found that 73% of consumers feel concerned or extremely concerned about hospital safety, which represents a 46% increase in their level of concern since the onset of COVID-19.

Even more significantly, the survey found that healthcare consumers overwhelmingly feel that the use of technology to support patient safety initiatives...

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