Soapy's Benefits For ED

SoapyPro goes beyond just improving hand hygiene in emergency care settings; it cultivates a culture of elevated cleanliness in healthcare environments. By emphasizing gamification, education, support and infection prevention, it aims to ensure the well-being of all patients and mental stability of the clinical team. 

Support, Empower, Gamify

This transformation of the Emergency Department not only enhances safety but also optimizes the space for critical care, addressing the crucial need for a healthier environment in emergency settings. 

Educational Tool

Serving as a training resource for new healthcare providers, the system ensures early adoption of proper hand hygiene protocols, setting a high standard for hygiene practices in the Emergency Department and enhancing patient safety in alignment with CDC recommendations.

Minimizing Cross-Contamination

Through strict hand hygiene adherence, the system reduces cross-contamination risks between patients, healthcare workers, and medical tools, a critical measure for safeguarding vulnerable individuals in the Emergency Department.

Fostering Behavioral Changes

The SoapyPro system encourages lasting behavioral changes in hand hygiene practices among emergency staff, leading to sustained reductions in infection risks, particularly beneficial for critically ill patients.

Data-Driven Insights

By utilizing data analytics, the system identifies areas for improvement in hand hygiene practices, facilitating rapid enhancements to minimize infection risks among Emergency Department patients.



Monitoring adherence to hand hygiene protocols is vital in emergency care settings. The system promptly identifies non-compliance instances, allowing swift corrective actions to mitigate infection risks. Aligned with Leapfrog and Joint Commission requirements.

Enhanced Infection Control

The SoapyPro system is instrumental in upholding rigorous hand hygiene standards in the Emergency Department, aligning with CDC guidelines to combat infection spread and protect patients in critical conditions.