RADNOR, Pa., Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Xanitos, Inc. of Radnor, PA., recently announced an agreement with Kaiser Permanente of Southern California for a pilot program to manage environmental services departments in several hospitals. Xanitos will use its innovative XRO system as a part of the service with a goal of improving efficiency and effectiveness. Kaiser Permanente may add additional facilities in the future.
Xanitos, Inc. was formed by Graeme Crothall in early 2008 to take advantage of a proprietary patented vacuum-cart and patent-pending XRO Team System that gives a fundamental advantage over current hospital EVS management systems. The XRO System improves productivity, reduces the risk of hospital acquired infections, raises HCAHPS scores, and facilitates reduction in bed turnaround time. Major clients of Xanitos, Inc. include Froedtert Lutheran Medical Center in Wisconsin, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, South Shore Hospital in Massachusetts, Athens Regional Medical Center in Georgia, and Memorial Hospital of Chattanooga, Tennessee and now, Kaiser Permanente in Southern California.
About Xanitos, Inc.
XANITOS has reinvented hospital housekeeping with patented technologies; three-person XRO teams; a comprehensive system of quality assurance; state-of-the-art training regimens; and a highly experienced staff of management professionals.
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