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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

 

Winter 2016: Volume 24, Issue 4

Inside ASHE Volume 24, Number 4

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  • Letter from the president
  • What’s new at ASHE?
  • 2016 ASHE election results
  • Working together for the future: How ASHE’s community of members is improving our field
  • 2016 ASHE committee members
  • ASHE uses survey results to add benefits
  • Hosted programs: Health care organizations save resources by bringing ASHE training on site
  • Preparing for the CHFM exam: A new resource
  • Formulas for success: Financial terms to know
  • Position yourself for an uncertain future
  • Changes to fire door inspection and testing requirements in the 2012 Life Safety Code
  • An advocacy win: ASHE member efforts contribute to better emergency preparedness regulations
  • Why your presence—and your vote—is critical at the 2017 NFPA technical meetings
  • Member spotlight: Steve Spaanbroek, MBA, FASHE, CHFM, CHC

 

Fall 2016: Volume 24, Issue 3

Inside ASHE Volume 24, Number 3

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  • Letter from the president
  • What’s new at ASHE?
  • Tools you can use
  • ASHE Annual Conference focused on reaching new heights
  • Cutting costs, supporting patient care: ASHE recognizes 2016 Energy to Care award winners
  • The energy efficiency tug-of-war: How in-state and interstate competitions encourage hospitals to go green
  • Success stories: How four hospitals save energy
  • Through the patient’s eyes: The interplay between the built environment and patient experience
  • Utility bill basics: Understanding how to get the most out of your electricity service
  • Memorial Hermann Southwest Heart and Vascular Hospital cuts energy costs
  • Strategic steps to sustainability in health care
  • Operations and maintenance benchmarking: Finding numbers that work for you
  • Hazardous waste program compliance: Differentiating between medical and hazardous waste
  • Coordination and efficiency: Hallmarks of St. Luke’s campus construction
  • The baton pass: Transitioning a new facility from construction to operations and asset management
  • Member spotlight: Scott Wallace

 

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