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Partners

The following organizations understand that antibiotic resistance is a serious threat, believe in open and accessible science, and work with us to support our Pan-Access efforts. Our Innovation Partners are critical to our team, working with us to provide independent and open access, evidence-based science.  Their support and collaboration makes a difference!

NSF International NSF International (nsf.org) is a global independent organization that writes standards, and tests and certifies products for the health sciences, water, food, and consumer goods industries to minimize adverse health effects and protect the environment. Founded in 1944, NSF is committed to protecting human health and safety worldwide. Operating in more than 170 countries, NSF International is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center on Food Safety, Water Quality and Indoor Environment.
 The University of Arizona ESRAC The University of Arizona ESRAC’s mission is to provide expertise to industry, the community, and researchers in the areas of human exposure science and risk assessment of chemical, biological and physical hazards to workers and communities, with an emphasis on healthcare-acquired infections. The approach promotes viewing environmental exposures in the context of human health and safety through hazard identification, monitoring and modeling of exposures, health effects and risks, intervention, mitigation and economic impact of these exposures.
CremCo Our global Innovation partner CREM Co (cremco.ca) is licensed to work with Risk-Group 2 human pathogens and toxins under Section 18 of the Human Pathogens and Toxins Act and Risk-Group 2 terrestrial animal pathogens permit under Section 160 of the health of animals regulations in EPA-regulated testing facilities.;
Network Partners Network Partners provides packaging engineering, labeling, cold chain and regulatory affairs resources to Medical Device and Pharmaceutical companies.  Whether it’s a packaging design & development project, validation testing, or meeting regulatory compliance requirements - our network of subject matter experts create customized consulting solutions for clients.
The Peggy Lillis Foundation The Peggy Lillis Foundation strives for a world where Clostridium difficile infections (CDIs) are rare, treatable and survivable. Founding in response to the tragic death of a 56-year-old kindergarten teacher Margaret Mary 'Peggy' Lillis in April 2010, PLF is building a nationwide CDI awareness movement by educating the public, empowering advocates and shaping policy.
HITS Consortium The Healthcare Infections Transmission System (HITS) Consortium looks to promote public health by reducing healthcare-associated infections through the integration of best infection prevention practices. HITS focuses on the major pathogen transmission systems in the healthcare setting specifically; surfaces, person to person, water and air.
Intercon Chemical Company Intercon serves Distributors, OEMs and their customers in the cleaning, sanitary maintenance, industrial, foodservice, laundry, warewashing, medical and healthcare, food plant, bottling, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.
MCL MCL partners with their Clients and Vendor Community to achieve breakthrough performance through the development of sustainable cleaning solutions.  They strive to provide quality and innovative products, value-added services, and systems that contribute toward a better community through effective communication, education, and training.
rprt A full commercialization group with experience building business and operating models, Return On Investment models, business development networks, and product and market acceptance pathways.
#HCBiz Show The #HCBiz Show! (http://TheHCBiz.com) is the podcast dedicated to unraveling the business of healthcare. We help innovators understand the endless list of conflicting priorities and incentives competing for their customers attention. Whether you’re launching a product, improving a workflow, or promoting a best practice, we’ll help you align your value proposition and message with the things healthcare leaders need right now.

 

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