For health care facility planners, designers, and engineers, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) safety has historically been a non-issue, relegated to the domain of the MRI equipment... read more
Today’s health care facility is a maze of similar-looking, seemingly endless corridors in which rooms and other locations are often identified only by medical jargon that is... read more
Mental disorders are not uncommon in the United States: an estimated 26.2 percent of Americans ages 18 and older—about one in four adults—suffer from a diagnosable... read more
Temperature variation in patient rooms can negatively affect staff efficiency, costs, and customer experience. This presentation shows how the Six... read more
The physical environment of a health care facility can help or hinder a health care organization's clinical and financial performance. In fact,... read more
This Inside ASHE article explores the use of elastomeric foam duct liner in health care facilities, and a sidebar shows the changing requirements regarding duct liners.
This Inside ASHE article showcases changes implemented by the plant operations department at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center that have added a layer of safety for artificial heart patients.