fiteBac(TM) SkinCare Germicidal Gets Healthy Reception at the Federation of American Hospitals Public Policy Conference and Business Exposition

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fiteBac SkinCare, LLC is capitalizing on the early response to its advanced technology and first product available, fiteBac SkinCare Germicidal Hand Softening Gel, at The Annual Federation of American Hospitals (FAH) Public Policy Conference and Business Exposition held March 4-6, 2012 in Washington, D.C.

fiteBac SkinCare Germicidal is Hand Sanitizer of The Future

Hospitals Need Cost Saving Technology

fiteBac Germicidal can significantly reduce associated costs (of hospitals) and improve the quality of patient care.

The Marietta, Georgia based biotechnology firm presented the first of its many antimicrobial products in development at the FAH conference and exposition.  fiteBac SkinCare, a subsidiary of Kimmerling Holdings Group which has created an expansive technological portfolio, unveiled its first product, a unique germicidal with a formulation expected to improve hand hygiene protocols in hospitals.  “fiteBac SkinCare’s Germicidal is hydrophobic.  It helps promote healthy skin while sanitizing,” says Dr. Kirk Kimmerling, President and CEO of fiteBac SkinCare, LLC.  “Our fiteBac SkinCare Germicidal Hand Softening Gel contains a unique formulation of technology intended to make more effective hand hygiene protocols in hospitals.  Attending the FAH Conference gave our company the opportunity to meet the major group purchasing organizations and explain our advancement.  We are very excited about the response and how well our technology was received.” 

The FAH represents investor-owned and managed community hospital health systems across the United States.  It serves as an advocacy group to the U.S. Government, academia, accrediting organizations, healthcare chain systems and the public at large.

fiteBac SkinCare attended the conference to introduce the germicidal and alert healthcare leaders of the patent pending platform antimicrobial technology that Kimmerling Holdings and its application development partners are working to incorporate into many medical applications.  In 2011, fiteBac launched its germicidal gel, a co-cross polymer formulation free of alcohol, fragrance, petroleum, and water, and all while keeping the product cost-effective.  Traditional alcohol based hand sanitizers cause skin damage that results in burning and itching, reducing hand hygiene compliance because of the alcohol burning sensation upon repeated applications. fiteBac has solved the problem because it’s velvety soft formulation is absent of alcohol and encourages hand hygiene compliance.

fiteBac SkinCare’s Chief Operating Officer, Dan Kearney, commented that “the central theme coming out of the FAH Conference was that implementation of the Affordable Healthcare For America Act is creating epic pressure on the healthcare industry to dramatically reduce costs while at the same time improve the quality of patient care. We firmly believe that incorporating our innovative fiteBac hand gel into hand hygiene protocols will reduce nosocomial infections, which in turn will significantly reduce associated costs and improve the quality of patient care. Healthcare providers will need to look to innovative technology like fiteBac Skincare’s to meet the major challenges mandated by healthcare reform.”

About fiteBac™ SkinCare, LLC and KHG. fiteBac SkinCare, LLC is a subsidiary company of Kimmerling Holdings Group, LLC (“KHG”), a Georgia-based biotech company that has developed an antimicrobial platform intellectual property technology.  KHG was founded in 2009 by a dentist marietta, GA, Kirk Kimmerling, DDS and Dan Kearney. The two set out to create products to "change the world, one product at a time." Kirk and Dan first targeted bacterial issues in dentistry, knowing that solving those problems would lead to dramatic improvements in oral health, and more importantly, systemic bodily health.  They engaged a team of highly accomplished chemists and scientists retired from Fortune 500 companies and researchers from major universities. In doing so, KHG has developed technology with several patents pending that has application well beyond dental materials, and has exciting potential in medical, plastic, composite, coating and other applications that are in various stages of development, some close to commercialization. fiteBac SkinCare Hand Softening Gel is the first product to be released under the fiteBac brand name.

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