The Institute for Pressure Injury Prevention is launching a pilot program at the Centers Health Care facility in on March 7th, 2017.
Centers Health Care has taken a deep interest in IPIP’s mission and goals, and therefore finds it rewarding to be the first to benefit from IPIP’s unique approach which combines cutting-edge expertise with practical processes implementation.
“Centers Health Care has always been an innovator and we’ve always put our residents first,” said Centers Health Care CEO Kenny Rozenberg. “We feel that IPIP’s work can revolutionize the way the entire healthcare industry addresses this problem. We’re proud to sponsor them, to encourage their work, and to urge healthcare institutions around the world to become engaged with IPIP to make pressure injuries a thing of the past.”
IPIP looks forward to sharing more details as the program progresses.
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