Springfield company offers computer-monitoring of employee handwashing - VT Digger

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Dahlberg started out by creating a device called WashSense, a kindle-like tablet designed to be mounted on a wall next to a sink. The screen delivers real-time feedback on hand-washing technique and collects data about how hand-washers are doing. Dahlberg later expanded the company to include record-keeping software for long-term care facilities, and named that piece of the company Arsana Health. The battery operated WashSense uses a Bluetooth network for wireless monitoring. It can reward users who earn high scores for their hand-washing technique, for example by entering them into a company’s daily prize drawing. It can collect data anonymously, or can record who was washing their hands at any given time if the hand-washer is wearing an identification tag. And it can report to managers if someone is skipping the hand-washing, doing a sub-par job, or following World Health Organization instructions by doing a proper scrub for up to 30 seconds, said Vin Fusca, a Windsor resident who is joining the company as chief revenue officer in July.."



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