Inside ASHE Article Archive 2015

Winter 2015: Volume 23, Number 4

Inside ASHE Volume 23, Number 4

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  • Letter from the president
  • What's new: ASHE at a glance
  • ASHE 2016 Board of Directors
  • We're listening: ASHE responds to member requests
  • St. Joseph's Hospital wins facility management award for reducing falls
  • Building the next generation of health care construction professionals
  • What the C-suite is talking about: Health care's Triple Aim
  • ASHRAE 188: Understanding health care requirements
  • Managing up: Developing a productive relationship with your supervisor
  • Associate members: Advancing on your career path
  • Taking the next step in your facility management career
  • CHFM and CHC: Ways to improve your earning potential
  • Member spotlight: Brittany Remec

 

Fall 2015: Volume 23, Number 3

Inside ASHE Volume 23, Number 3

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  • Letter from the president
  • What’s new: ASHE at a glance
  • ASHE recognizes outstanding members, facilities with awards
  • What if? Thinking through emergency scenarios
  • Words matter: Understanding patient vicinity and patient space
  • ASHE, Joint Commission collaborate on compliance resources
  • Changing delivery models, changing needs: Energy management in smaller facilities
  • Mergers and acquisitions: Reducing the cost of facility operations in the changing health care landscapeThe value of complete and accurate fire protection and life safety documentation in health care
  • The value of complete and accurate fire protection and life safety documentation in health care
  • Controlling overtime costs: Different solutions for different facilities
  • Facility operations cost reduction through best practices
  • Securing the future of health care: A hospital’s approach to alternate energy solutions
  • Member spotlight: Linda Dickey
  • SPECIAL SECTION: Commissioning Insider

 

Summer 2015: Volume 23, Number 2

Inside ASHE Volume 23, Number 2

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  • Letter from the president
  • What’s new: ASHE at a glance
  • Certification: A few letters can provide a career boost
  • In pursuit of safety excellence: A patient-centric approach to life safety issues
  • Safety 101: Back to the basics of safety management
  • Awarding results: The Excellence in Facility Management Award
  • An eye on compliance: Eyewash requirements for bloodborne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials
  • Reducing HAIs: Filtration design for air systems in hospitals
  • Reviewing passive protection: Fire door inspections and health care compliance
  • Low voltage distribution transformers: Energy efficiency that’s often forgotten
  • Creating a water management plan: Because it’s the right thing to do
  • Energy efficient data: Developing health care data centers with energy efficiency in mind
  • New opportunities to participate in the development of the FGI Guidelines
  • Customized Guidelines e-learning: Find the Guidelines information you need for your next project
  • Better budgeting: Roof management plans help estimate costs
  • Peak performance: Assessing hospital pneumatic tube systems
  • Proper coil maintenance: Cleaning condenser coils in cooling appliances
  • Seven steps to risk assessments: Conducting risk assessments and failure mode and effects analyses
  • Proactive, collaborative, and layered: Best-practices approach for cost effective life safety compliance
  • Member spotlight: Bradley Pollitt, AIA

 

Spring 2015: Volume 23, Number 1

Inside ASHE Volume 23, Number 1

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  • Letter from the President
  • What's new: ASHE at a Glance
  • ASHE Progress Report
  • Clarification of Functional Program Requirements in the FGI Guidelines for Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities
  • Flexible Design FAQ
  • Building Resiliency
  • Celebrating Teamwork
  • Facility Management 10,000 Miles Away
  • Proper Fire Protection System Design Can Improve Patient Satisfaction
  • Member to Member
  • Member Spotlight
  • Advertisers' Index