Nov 09, 2012
ICNet the leading software provider for case management and surveillance for HAI and antimicrobial stewardship today announced a new partnership with Lancet Laboratories, believed to strengthen delivering a safer patient environment in South Africa
Oct 16, 2012
ICNet has partnered with Infection Control Today as part of IIPW to raise awareness of outbreak preparedness in an effort to reduce the spread of infections, particularly the high number of virus infections seen in winter months.
Jul 13, 2012
NHS Forth Valley to bring new focus to patient safety through introduction of software designed to manage and reduce Healthcare Associated Infections
May 28, 2012
ICNet the leading software provider for HAI case management and surveillance has today announced a new partnership with Health Matrix, which is believed to strengthen delivering a safer hospital environment in the Middle East
Mar 26, 2012
Largest single-site hospital in Canada, Sunnybrook, partners with ICNet to enhance patient safety and reduce healthcare associated infections
Mar 13, 2012
ICNet International unveiled the largest transformation of its corporate identity in the company’s history. The new brand is designed to reflect ICNet today, a growing organisation with a continuing history of innovation focused on HCAI
Nov 18, 2011
The developer of the world’s number one healthcare associated infection (HACI) case management and surveillance software is delighted to announce the launch of the latest addition to their suite of products - ABX Alert.
Mar 29, 2011
Leicester’s hospitals have launched a new computer-based infection prevention system that will help keep patients infection free.
Jan 31, 2011
ICNet International announces two new appointments in its global team as part of its continued growth globally. These are in North America and Asia Pacific.
Jan 19, 2011
New figures published 12th January 2011 by Health Protection Scotland (HPS) show that NHS Fife, an ICNet user site, continues to make significant progress in reducing Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs).