IntelligentM Bracelet for Hospital Hand Hygiene #WearableWednesday
IntelligentM via crunchwear: “IntelligentM designs data-driven hand hygiene compliance improvement solutions for hospitals that dramatically reduce healthcare-acquired infections and their associated costs.”
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I would like to know which hospitals are using these bracelets. I think this is the best invention since the computer, and extremely important to every person who ever enters a hospital.
I would love one of these bracelets for each member of my family. In fact, I think EVERY person should be required to wear one of these.
How about people in the food industry?? They NEED this just as much as hospitals!!! Yes!
One more comment: The test for humans shown below is not conducive to this site. I do not know electronics and had to figure out this system. Took so much time that I almost did not do this and my comment would have been deleted. I finally figured out what you wanted and then the sliders did not work. Then I had to figure out how to do that!