Maximize the impact of your Kansas
CARES Act funding
The Kansas State Finance Council recently approved a proposal to temporarily increase reimbursement payments for nursing facilities in Kansas, to help provide relief from the ongoing costs of COVID-19 response efforts.
Make the most of your increased funding , and elevate your approach to infection prevention and control, by making improvements that can help you make your building safer for residents, staff and guests.
Not sure where to begin?
Start your shopping below, or contact your Account Manager for assistance. Whatever your top priorities are, Direct Supply can help you enhance your approach to infection control with a wide range of solutions to help you in the fight against COVID-19.
Invite visitors back to your building, with carefully planned visitation practices.
Thermal Temp Scanning »
Touchless technology makes it easy to get temperature scans for all incoming visitors
Outdoor Furniture »
Take advantage of outdoor spaces, and set up distanced seating areas for visits
Indoor Furniture »
Set up visiting spaces with quick-ship furnishings that will stand up to frequent cleanings
Barriers & Partitions »
Offer proximity for visiting, while maintaining separation between staff, residents and guests
Essential equipment for caregiving.
Respiratory Care »
The products you need to support ailing residents while they recover
Save staff time and eliminate transcription errors with equipment that transmits vitals directly to your EMR via wireless bluetooth connections
Cardiac Care »
Capture readings in-house and save your residents a trip to the clinic or hospital
Help protect staff and residents from exposure with diligent infection control protocols.
Shop masks, gowns, goggles and more
Air Sanitization Systems »
Advanced air-cleaning devices retrofit to existing HVAC systems, inactivating pathogens in the air
Indoor Air Quality »
Clean the air and remove pathogens to slow or stop the spread of airborne transmission
Soaps & Sanitizers »
Frequent hand cleaning remains one of the best ways to help stop the spread of germs
Surface Disinfectants »
Establish a disinfecting schedule, hitting high-touch surfaces multiple times per day
Whole Room Disinfectants »
Efficiently and completely
clean entire rooms in a fraction of the time with new
Microfiber Cleaning »
Microfiber cleaning products
can collect 99% of bacteria
from surfaces, and can be used in combination with diluted
Reduce cross-contaimination in routine daily cleaning with dedicated supplies to keep surfaces free of germs
Keep contaminated laundry separate from regular soiled linens to
reduce the spread
Safe distancing is especially important at meal times; augment your traditional dining programs with new options.
Minimize risks of transmission with disposable dinnerware and take-out items
Merchandising Equipment »
Set up grab and go stations
to supplement traditional
Mobile Buffet Carts »
Another way to deliver hot and fresh meals to resident rooms
In-Room Dining »
Everything you need to support individual in-room dining
Dining Aids »
Make it easier for residents
to dine independently with assistive dining aids
Alleviate the strain of prolonged quarantine conditions with activities to keep residents entertained and engaged.
Personal Tech »
Electronics, audio and lighting to facilitate increased technology
utilization in-room during
Games & Activities »
Keep residents' brains active with arts, crafts, puzzles and more that promote distancing and safety
Exercise Supplies »
Maintain resident strength and independence by bringing fitness activities into their rooms
Interactive Technology »
Portable technology to increase engagement & stimulate socialization for residents distancing within their rooms
Deploying dedicated caregiving equipment to separate spaces where you can treat residents with active illness can reduce the risk of exposure / cross-contamination to well residents.
Rapid Response Beds »
Affordable healthcare beds for isolation or separation within common spaces or dining rooms
Privacy Curtains »
Enable privacy or personal space for isolation or separation within common spaces or dining rooms
Room Dividers »
Specialized furniture units offer storage for personal items, while also creating a physical barrier in a shared occupancy room
Isolation Barriers »
Create dedicated entrance
ways to seperation areas
using zip-walls and visqueen
Med Carts »
Having dedicated carts for residents who have been exposed to illness can reduce the risk of cross-contamination
Reduce risk of injury for residents made weak or frail by illness or prolonged inactivity.
Lift & Transfer »
Safe lifting practices help
protect both residents and staff from injuries
Increase your par levels on slings to patient specific, in order to reduce risk of transmission
Bathing & Toileting Aids »
Offer support and stability for residents to help prevent falls in the bathroom
Mobility Aids »
Help keep residents steady
on their feet to reduce risk of
Aids to Daily Living »
Assistive devices help residents manage daily tasks indepedently, even with limited range of motion
Have questions or need help ordering?
The materials, comments and other information offered here are intended to provide general information. Direct Supply is not endorsed by or affiliated with any funding agency, and does not guarantee reimbursement under these programs for any purchases made by you. Contact your purchasing team or your State Licensing Agency for further details regarding this program, including time periods during which eligible purchases must be made and supporting documentation that must be submitted.
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