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Hospital staff in the US are now being watched by Indians through live webcams


At North Shore University Hospital on Long Island, motion sensors, like those used for burglar alarms, go off every time someone enters an intensive care room. The sensor triggers a video camera, which transmits its images halfway around the world to India, where workers are checking to see if doctors and nurses are performing a critical procedure: washing their hands.

This Big Brother-ish approach is one of a panoply of efforts to promote a basic tenet of infection prevention, hand-washing, or as it is more clinically known in the hospital industry, hand-hygiene.

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http://www.ndtv.com/article/world/with-money-at-risk-hospitals-push-staff-to-wash-hands-372585?pfrom=home-otherstories

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