Christopher Allen, CEO of iCleanse, the leader in chemical free disinfection of COVID-19 and other pathogens with their patented UV-C Technology, is available for interviews on trends in Coronavirus disinfection in nursing homes and other medical facilities using UV-C Technology. iCleanse has partnered with Athena Health Care to provide Athena’s 51 nursing home in the Northeast with iCleanse’s patented UV-C disinfecting units to disinfect frequently used devices for COVID-19 and also other virus safety and infection control. Athena Health Care Systems out of Farmington, Conn., is a regional leader in providing skilled nursing care, short-term, post-hospital rehabilitation, assisted and also senior living. They also provide home health, hospice care, and private duty program services, for over three decades,
GSA approved and trusted by over 100 U.S. hospitals, iCleanse kills COVID-19 and other pathogens in as little as 60 seconds. iCleanse reduces the spread of infectious pathogens to nursing home patients and employees by killing 99.9% of bacteria on devices and other items in less than 30 seconds.
Topics ideas for interviews
- How can nursing homes be safer against COVID-19?
- UV-C Technology to combat COVID
- How does UV-C technology work to kill pathogens?
- How fast does it work?
- Where is it used now and also where will it be used?
- What are your future technology trends?
About Christopher Allen
Christopher Allen is a serial entrepreneur. He acquired iCleanse in 2020 to address the current pandemic and the need to disinfect phones/tablets and other electronic devices in large venues, including schools and universities, and sports and entertainment arenas. With its extensive IP portfolio of UV-C and other technologies also, iCleanse will continue to grow its brand. In 2009, Allen then founded iDevices, the preeminent smart home brand; where he invented the iGrill, the first IoT app-enabled product in the market. The iDevices smart home company is a highly successful startup. Hubbell, Inc. (NYSE: HUBB) acquired it in 2017.