Inside ASHE

Please note:

The winter edition is the last edition of Inside ASHE in its current quarterly format. Starting in January 2018, ASHE will incorporate Health Facilities Management into its communications, and members will receive the new ASHE's Health Facilities Management magazine 10 times per year.

Winter 2017: Volume 25, Issue 4

Inside ASHE Volume 25, Number 4

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  • Letter from the president
  • What’s new?
  • 2017 recap: New resources and member benefits
  • Increasing member value through improved communications
  • Sustainability tip: Translating the cost of energy reduction
  • Mitigating ligature risks in the physical environment
  • Stewards of infection prevention: Our role in patient outcomes
  • How to plan for your organization’s future
  • Planning the next steps in your career
  • Area calculation: Harder than it seems—until now
  • Inspection, testing, and maintenance requirements for water-based fire protection systems
  • Safety risk assessments for health care facility design: Beyond life safety
  • Member Spotlight

 

Fall 2017: Volume 25, Issue 3

Inside ASHE Volume 25, Number 3

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  • Letter from the president
  • What’s new
  • Pop quiz
  • The measurement of a health care facility manager: How do you define success?
  • Creating a program to identify and monitor pressure dependent spaces
  • Critical considerations for specifying a building automation system for health care
  • Bright ideas: LED renovation at Boulder Community Health
  • Selecting the right five extinguisher for operationg rooms
  • Still battling reheat energy in hospitals: Short-and-long-term Ideas for hospitals' biggest energy use
  • The fnancial impact of variable speed ventilation controls in hospital kitchens
  • Data driven culture fuels University of Florida Health's success in energy and operational optimization
  • Energy management in a critical access hospital: How Barnesville Hospital reduced energy consumption by 39 percent
  • Value analysis: Improving operating margin through cost savings
  • Member spotlight

 

Summer 2017: Volume 25, Issue 2

Inside ASHE Volume 25, Number 2

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  • Letter from the president
  • What’s new at ASHE?
  • 5 ways social media can help your career
  • Ilse B. Almanza Scholarships: Supporting education, training, and life-long learning
  • ASHE celebrates 2017 award recipients
  • ASHE named 2017 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year
  • Energy to Care award winners reduce energy consumption
  • Saving resources through Energy to Care
  • 4 ways to safeguard hospital emergency power
  • HELC: Tapping knowledge from the C-suite
  • A knowledge repository can help inform your next renovation or construction project
  • Preventing violence in health care facilities
  • 7 ways to show your value to the C-suite
  • 12 tips for mastering compliance
  • Matrix simplifies Environment of Care management plans for multisite organizations
  • 7 million square feet, 6 weeks: The challenge of performing life safety assessments in large spaces
  • Managing up: Explaining the new survey scoring process to health care executives
  • New standard addresses sustainable health care facilities
  • Fire doors: Creating your maintenance plan
  • Beyond 101: Complying with engineering code requirements
  • Disaster preparedness and maintenance considerations for emergency backup power
  • K-tag matrix compares code requirements
  • New compliance resources for ASHE members
  • Understanding energy procurement options that can save resources
  • Making the most of the ASHE Annual Conference
  • Indiana Society for Healthcare Engineering showcases local facilities
  • Member spotlight: Jordan Northcutt

 

Spring 2017: Volume 25, Issue 1

Inside ASHE Volume 25, Number 1

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  • Letter from the president
  • What’s new at ASHE?
  • Toolkit helps hospitals reduce energy costs
  • Using research to improve patient outcomes
  • A celebration of teamwork: The 2017 Vista Award winners
  • 2017 Architecture for Health Showcase
  • Active design: A prescription to move
  • Pet therapy: Low cost, big comfort at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
  • Four strategies for applying a multidisciplinary approach to health care interior design
  • Growing use of cyclotrons in proton therapy calls for safe design of flexible, smart gas delivery systems
  • 5 tips for engaging millennials in the field of health facility design
  • Designing water systems to minimize risk
  • If you can’t stand the heat, remodel: Fixing a hot and humid hospital kitchen
  • A quick response: Working to improve health facility regulations
  • Member spotlight: Richard Moeller, PE, FASHE, LEED AP, HFDP, CHC

 

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