Tag : Autumn Ryan

21 May 2020

What You Don’t Know About Disinfectants Can Hurt You

by Autumn Ryan, Founder and CEO of Aseptic Health It takes a janitor to know a janitor! I started out as a janitor the day after I graduated from college. What I’ve learned over 20 plus years is that we’ve been brainwashed about safe cleaning. Pine. Lavendar. Bleach. They are toxic. And they are harming our hands, lungs and environment and largely because we don’t read the label. It took the Covid-19 pandemic to alert most consumers to the fact […]

06 Mar 2017

Aseptic Health in China!

Aseptic Plus+ is now in China! We are proud to announce that Aseptic Health, LLC has appointed and authorized Shanghai Toex International Trading Company Ltd as our official and exclusive distributor for Aseptic Plus+ throughout China and its distributors worldwide. We welcome Shanghai Toex International to Aseptic Health!

03 Feb 2017

Autumn Ryan Named Woman of Influence

Aseptic Health Founder and President Autumn Ryan was recently named a Woman of Influence by the Nashville Business Journal. We are so proud of her award! NBJ solicited nominations from the public then an independent panel of judges, comprised of past winners scored nominees on a variety of criteria, including professional accomplishments and community involvement. Read more about this award, by clicking here.

14 Mar 2016

Nashville Business Journal Features Aseptic Health Founder & President

Last week, the Nashville Business Journal (NBJ) featured Aseptic Health Founder and President Autumn Ryan. The NBJ named Autumn Ryan as one of their Top 40 Under 40 Award Winners. She will be honored with other Top 40 Under 40 at an awards dinner on March 16, 2016. In a feature titled, “How this 40 Under 40 winner is getting her product into zoo, restaurants and hospitals alike,” NBJ reporter Eleanor Kennedy writes: “Autumn Ryan, one of our 2016 40 […]

03 Mar 2016

Aseptic Plus+ Goes International

Aseptic Plus+ is going international! In February, we added two new distributors including one in Canada! Aseptic Health Founder and President Autumn Ryan says, “Please join us in welcoming Doug Conner, president of Vonschrader Canada and Robin Stevenson, Jr., president of South Rose LLC in Pittsburgh. as authorized distributors of Aseptic Plus!” Check back soon for more info on Doug, Robin and our continued expansion!

01 Mar 2016

Exciting New Partnership with AAHOA

We are excited to announce our new partnership with the Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA). Aseptic Health is now a Founding Silver Medallion Member of AAHOA. We are looking forward to being at the national meeting this year and working with the AAHOA membership. (Check back soon for more info on this announcement!)

05 Feb 2016

Autumn Ryan Named ‘Top 40 Under 40’ Winner by the Nashville Business Journal

We are excited to announce that Aseptic Health Founder and CEO Autumn Ryan is a Nashville Business Journal Top 40 Under 40 award winner! Autumn will receive her award on March 16 at a dinner that will honor and celebrate Nashville’s next generation of business leaders at this fun and inspiring awards dinner. Autumn is a serial entrepreneur with three successful enterprises under her belt since 2001. Her visionary and innovative drive to find a safe and effective solution and […]

03 Dec 2015

Q&A Infection Control

Content below is from Infection Control Today. Click here to view the full content on their site: Experts Partner to Address Resistant Bacteria Through Antibiotic Stewardship, Environmental Hygiene: A Q&A with Stuart Levy and Rosie Lyles By Karin Lillis Infection Control Today magazine asked Stuart Levy, MD, president of the Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics (APUA), and Rosie Lyles, MD, MHA, MSc, head of clinical affairs for Clorox Healthcare, to share their perspectives on how healthcare should address resistant […]

03 Dec 2015

Trends in Healthcare

Fighting Aggressive Pathogens excerpt: by Bob Kehoe, senior editor of Health Facilities Management South Seminole Hospital in Orlando, Florida  reduced their hospital-acquired Clostridium difficile infection [CDI] rate by 47 percent even though community-acquired C. difficile rose by 7 percent during a time that the hospital began practicing a multi-level approach toward fighting antibiotic resistant bacteria.”The facility also reduced hospital-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) by 30 percent and hospital-acquired vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE) by 50 percent, according to Tom Kelley, M.D., chief of quality and clinical transformation. An evolving bundle […]