Focus on Compliance EC.02.05.01

EC.02.05.01 - The hospital manages risks associated with its utility systems

Fireside Chat on Utility Systems EC.02.05.01, with ASHE Executive Director Dale Woodin, CHFM, FASHE, and Joint Commission Director of Engineering George Mills, MBA, FASHE.

Resources for facility professionals

The following elements of performance are the most common reasons why hospitals are cited for EC.02.05.01. ASHE has provided resources to help hospitals address each of these elements of performance.

Resources for hospital leadership

In addition to providing resources for health care facility professionals, the Focus on Compliance project with the Joint Commission provides resources for hospital leaders in an effort to promote organizational-level compliance.

Leadership Resources on EC.02.05.01 (Joint Commission)


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