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VigiLanz News

01.26.15

How VigiLanz’s real-time approach supports antimicrobial stewardship programs

Antibiotics have played a revolutionary role in healthcare for the past century. But there are growing challenges in

01.09.15

Vision Hospital 3.0: Enhancing Hospital Outcomes

According to federal data, a dozen Minnesota hospitals were penalized in 2014 for having high rates of patients

11.14.14

VigiLanz Real-Time Software Helps U.S. Hospitals Identify Ebola Virus

SaaS platform quickly configured to support U.S. hospitals’ preparation for potential virus threat MINNEAPOLIS – (October 6, 2014)

10.01.14

Top 10 Best Practices for Antimicrobial Stewardship & Hospital Infection Prevention

VigiLanz Hosts Webinar with panel of top Infection Preventionists and Infectious Disease Specialists  MINNEAPOLIS, MN – (October 1,

09.18.14

IDWeek 2014 | Advancing Science, Improving Care

Join us for IDWeek: Date: October 9 -11, 2014 Location: Philadelphia – The Pennsylvania Convention Center Booth: 620 Register for this

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09.18.14

ASHP 2014 Midyear Clinical Meeting

Join us for the ASHP 2014 Midyear Clinical Meeting: Date: December 7-11, 2014 Location: Anaheim, CA  

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09.18.14

Institute for Healthcare Improvement

Join us for the 26th Annual IHI National  Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care Date: December 7

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09.14.14

VigiLanz Real-Time Alerts Prepare Hospitals for Enterovirus EV-D68

SaaS platform quickly configured to support hospitals for latest  virus outbreak MINNEAPOLIS – VigiLanz, a digital healthcare technology

09.09.14

VigiLanz Names Patrick Spangler as Chief Financial Officer

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – VigiLanz, a digital healthcare technology company headquartered in Minneapolis, announced today the appointment of Patrick

07.05.14

VigiLanz Infectious Disease News July 2014

Technology improves HAI prevention by Ashley Wheeler, MPH Since Compendium of Strategies to Prevent Healthcare-Associated Infections in Acute