ASHE reinvents member volunteerism

As the largest association dedicated to the optimization of the health care physical environment, the American Society for Health Care Engineering’s (ASHE’s) members are no exception. Indeed, since ASHE’s inception in the 1960s, members have remained the foundation of the organization, and their contributions are a critical element to ASHE’s success. Given the importance of members’ contributions as volunteers, it’s imperative to have a solid, well-run volunteer program. 

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