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Continuous Access to Infectious Diseases Physician Experts

In the healthcare setting, a robust Infection Prevention Program involving an infectious diseases specialist is pivotal in preventing hospital acquired infections (HAIs) and leads to significantly better outcomes and cost savings.

Praxis ID provides continuous access to Infectious Diseases physician experts to each facilities' infection prevention program. Enhanced infection control strategies have a proven benefit in cost savings for hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Praxis ID helps strengthen infection control programs; significantly reducing costs associated with inadequate infection control.


  • Strengthen your facilities infection prevention program

  • Lead programs to address specific infection control issues

  • Investigate outbreaks

  • Contribute to other hospital committees and projects

  • Synergize the infection prevention program with antimicrobial stewardship, patient consultation and pharmacy support to provide harmonized programs, improved outcomes and cost savings across the board


Praxis ID has a proven track record of improving outcomes in Clostridioides difficile infection as well as in reducing the use of antimicrobials.


Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) are a major cause for concern for both patients and healthcare workers.  Patients, healthcare workers, and hospital visitors can all harbor infectious agents. Furthermore, pathogens can also be found in the environment, such as patient bed rails, hospital furniture, medical equipment, indwelling medical devices, and the water supply. In addition, post-surgery, there is risk of development of infection at the surgical site (surgical site infections- SSIs). C. difficile infection can also be a major problem.


To counteract HAIs, infection prevention becomes a mandatory strategy. Unfortunately, underserved hospitals can face several difficulties with respect to infection control. Lack of immediate access to an ID consultant, disjointed infection prevention programs, inappropriate antimicrobial use, and high rates of hospital-acquired infections can all be challenging issues for underserved hospitals that can thwart optimum infection control. Inadequate infection control in hospitals can jeopardize the safety of both, patients and health professionals. Limitations in infection prevention measures in hospitals can also lead to increased expenditure, which can negatively impact the overall functioning of the healthcare facility.

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