»Cardinal Health introduces the SkinHealth360 platform

The SkinHealth360™ integrated skin care platform combines Cardinal Health brand skin-focused products with educational resources and support tools to help improve skin outcomes while providing cost-effective post-acute care. The company said its “holistic approach” utilizes a comprehensive portfolio including incontinence care, traditional and advanced wound care, skin management, and negative pressure wound therapy. 

»Seni partners with National Association for Continence

Atlanta-based Seni, a leading brand of premium adult incontinence products, announced a new partnership with the National Association for Continence. Seni’s parent company, TZMO SA, is a large Poland-based manufacturer and supplier of incontinence and sanitary products, skin care and other medical devices to the global market. 

»SpiderTech kinesiology tape addresses PPE skin issues

SpiderTech, maker of kinesiology tape typically used in response to athletic injuries, has worked with healthcare providers to use small strips as skin protectant under masks, eyewear, facial hoods and protective measures items.

The Ontario-based company has been sharing its line of mini i-STRIPs, which can prevent chafing and pain. The mini i-STRIP kinesiology tape face protection is made of 100% cotton.

»Tissue Analytics acquired

Electronic health provider Net Health has purchased start-up firm Tissue Analytics, a developer of automated mobile wound and skin imaging and predictive analytics solutions.

The acquisition of Tissue Analytics expands Net Health’s leadership
position within the wound care market, and it is intended to accelerate delivery of wound care technology solutions, including predictive analytics.

Tissue Analytics applications will be integrated with Net Health’s WoundExpert EHR solution to add key capabilities for use within hospital outpatient settings. 

»AmeriPride recognizes ‘hygienically clean’ laundries

AmeriPride Services’ Watkinsville, GA, Springfield, MO, and Minneapolis locations have earned Hygienically Clean Healthcare certifications.

The certification emphasizes infection prevention, compliance with recognized industry standards, and processing healthcare textiles according to quality assurance standards. To maintain their certification, a laundry must pass quarterly testing to ensure that as laundry conditions change, such as water quality, textile fabric composition and wash chemistry, laundered product quality is consistently maintained. Re-inspection occurs every two to three years. 

AmeriPride now has 13 Hygienically Clean Healthcare certified facilities throughout the United States.

»Alliance Laundry Systems displays its advanced washers 

Alliance Laundry Systems recently unveiled a new generation of washers featuring touchscreen controls and full connectivity options for select Primus and IPSO models, the company recently announced on its website. 

The touchscreen control platform offers exceptional versatility for vended laundry customers but also helps reduce touchpoints. Intuitive touchscreen interfaces on XControl FLEX (Primus) and Evolis (IPSO) models enable customers to tailor cycles with features such as extra washes, rinses and special cycles such as sanitization. The result is customers gain greater control of their level of cleanliness — vital during the pandemic — through intuitive on-screen prompts and options, while store owners increase profitability with upsell high value-added options.

In addition, connectivity through laundry management systems i-Trace (Primus) and IPSO Connect gives laundromat owners even greater control to run their business at the lowest possible cost of ownership. In-house laundry managers in a variety of facilities will appreciate the intuitive touchscreen as well. Thirty-four language options and real-word descriptions of cycles ensure staff members can effectively operate the machines to obtain exceptional quality results.