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ImageFIRST Launches Mop Accountability Program

Created to address mop loss, expenses at customer facilities

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. — ImageFIRST, a provider of linen rental and laundry programs for the healthcare industry, reports it has launched a Mop Accountability Program to address heavy expenses at customer facilities associated with the difficult nature of keeping track of and the loss of mops. 

“We’re dedicated to developing worry-free solutions that help healthcare facilities nationwide operate more efficiently and cost-effectively,” says Jim Cashman, president and CEO of ImageFIRST.

“When we heard from a customer that they were struggling with maintaining mop inventory—a traditionally high loss, high replacement cost item—we worked with them to develop and implement our Mop Accountability Program. This program helps to decrease replacement costs down to essentially zero.” 

With the Mop Accountability Program, facilities can securely maintain their mop inventory with a simple, compact solution. The company says the system leverages an easy-to-use cabinet with a compact footprint that securely stores and dispenses RFID-chipped microfiber mops, giving health facilities inventory visibility and loss accountability.

Furthermore, ImageFIRST says the program includes the rental and laundry of mops to ensure facilities are meeting their infection prevention goals while managing costs—a crucially important assurance in the wake of the pandemic. 

This allows facilities to safeguard their patients and staff with ImageFIRST’s wash process for microfiber mops and other linens.

“By leveraging this unique, one-of-a-kind solution, we’re now able to offer an easy-to-use, compact dispensing cabinet to help facilities worry less about costly mops and focus more on patients and staff,” Cashman says.