Think Teamwork: The Power of Diverse Health Care Membership Groups
For Planning, Design, and Construction Professionals
February 1, 2017
Teamwork: a concept we’ve been groomed to master since the little league days. If you’ve worked on health care construction or renovation projects, you completely understand the importance of teamwork. Owners, designers, facility managers, engineers, and construction professionals must work together to keep projects on time and within budget – all while making patient care and safety top priorities.
Highly collaborative teams lead successful health care construction and remodeling projects. If you’re looking to build your collaboration skills beyond your next project, you may consider choosing a diverse health care membership group. These groups bring together professionals with shared challenges to help leverage their collected goals, whether they are related to advocacy or education.
One such organization is the American Society for Health Care Engineering, commonly known as ASHE. Despite its name, this professional membership group serves many members not working as health care engineers – it offers ASHE. Despite its name, this professional membership group serves many members not working as health care engineers – it offers trusted resources and career and networking opportunities to the full health care planning, design, and construction team. ASHE members of all professions benefit from the diverse membership of the organization.
The infographic below illustrates some of ASHE’s diverse membership benefits.
Attending the 2017 PDC Summit will give healthcare professionals a taste of ASHE’s diverse membership benefits. If you’re currently not a member of ASHE, you can attend the conference as a joining member for just $1,050 (that’s a savings of $200). Register for the PDC Summit today and enjoy the opportunity to network with the full planning, design, and construction team.
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