A Water Management Program is Required by CMS to Reduce Legionella Risk!

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued requirements that healthcare facilities must have a water management program to reduce Legionella risk in water systems.  A proper water management program outlines a detailed prevention plan for keeping your water systems safe, and also gives your facility an agreed upon action plan and steps to take should positive Legionella samples be found.

View our informative graphic to learn more about CMS requirements and water management programs, and use our handy self-assessment to determine if you are properly managing your risk for Legionella!

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Clarity’s team of Water Treatment Experts will develop a Water Management Program for your facility.  Limit the potential risk of your water systems and keep your patients and employees safe!

Don’t Let Reduced Water Usage During the COVID-19 Pandemic Lead to Legionella Issues at Your Facility!

If you’ve experienced lower occupancy and less foot traffic in your facility during COVID-19, you’ve probably noticed a decrease in the use of sinks, showers, and tubs. This means water can sit in your plumbing at ambient temperatures and become a breeding ground for harmful bacteria, such as Legionella.  Learn how to keep your facility safe!

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