On Demand Webinars
Stay current with ASHE’s library of webinars. This vast collection covers a wide variety of topics in the health care facility field including operations, management, planning, design and construction. Webinar content is provided by leaders in the field covering topics essential to your health care facility’s success. Because these webinars are available on-demand, you can learn on your schedule and at your own pace.
Operations is a key component to the success any health care facility. ASHE is pleased to share an operations-focused webinar series that provides the best training and education resources available from leaders in the field. If want to stay abreast of the latest news and trends in health care facility operations, this collection of webinars is the perfect resource. Webinars are available to both members and non-members with CECs available.
Recorded: October 13, 2020
Fire Response Case Study: Women’s and Children’s Hospital
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Lunch & Learn Webinars
If you’re looking to learn more about hot topics in the field of health care facility management, explore the webinars in ASHE’s Lunch & Learn series. In less than an hour, become more familiar with a wide array of topics geared towards the products, services, and topics provided by each organization. The organization featured provides the content for the webinar.
Planning, Design & Construction Webinars
Stay on top of today’s trends with ASHE’s planning, design and construction webinars. The series addresses timely topics affecting the future of the health care built environment including cross-team collaboration, sustainability, designing for future generations, technology integration and more. Each on demand webinar is worth 1 CEC and 1 AIA LU|HSW (or LU, whichever is applicable).
Recorded: September 10, 2020
Oncology Evolution: How Multidisciplinary Care is Impacting Design
It’s time for oncology facilities to reflect treatment’s evolution towards integration. In this session, we will explore how to leverage a multidisciplinary care platform to create a comprehensive care setting. Learn how to develop a comprehensive space strategy that supports a spectrum of services from early detection through treatment and survivorship.
RECORDED: August 27, 2020
Addressing Cyber Risk in Electrical and Mechanical Spaces
As health care buildings become smarter and more connected to the network, our cyber risk expands with added exposure for the loss (or corruption) of data, reputation or life safety building systems. This presentation provides education to both the facility and IT groups, introduces the cyber risk to building equipment and cyber mitigation strategies.
Recorded: August 20, 2020
Translating Risk Management Results to Influence Health Care Design
Common security risk assessment methodologies typically yield qualitative findings. Though qualitative findings are useful in identifying and prioritizing mitigation measures, they are often difficult to reconcile with impactful health care design decisions. This program will focus on techniques for transforming security risk management concepts into actionable business case scenarios.
RECORDED: August 13, 2020
FGI and SCCM – New Ideas in Critical Care from Reimagining Workshop and Clinical COVID Experience
This session builds on the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI) workshop conducted during the 2016 PDC Summit and the interactive session conducted during the 2018 and 2019 PDC Summits. The session will interactively present innovative and provocative ideas from “Reimagining Critical Care,” a workshop that brought together clinicians and designers to empathize with challenges in critical care and create solutions to those pressing challenges.
Recorded: July 23, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Central Sterilization: When Moving Off-Site Makes Sense
This session features a case study of an off-campus central sterile supply operations project for the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics (UIHC). The project engineer, architect, health care process consultant and owner share their perspectives on the challenges, solutions, and process of designing and constructing a successful, consolidated off-campus CSS.
Recorded: July 16, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
VR-Based Interactive User Groups to Optimize Design
This presentation examines available VR tools and compares traditional and VR supported user group work sessions from both a designer and user perspective.
Recorded: July 9, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
The Future of "Living” Health Care Design
Join this session to learn how the Living Building Challenge, the world’s most rigorous green building standard, could be applied to reach new heights in human and environmental health outcomes in health care projects.
Recorded: June 25, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Car-T Therapy's Impact on the Patient Pathway
This session will present HDR's research on how we can effectively design facilities to accommodate novel therapies.
Recorded: June 18, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Defining Realistic BIM Expectations from Your A/E/C Partners
This presentation will dive deeper into the term Level of Development (LOD) as it relates to Building Information Modeling (BIM) content creation and what owners should be able to ask for from their A/E/C industry partners.
Recorded: June 11, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Integrating Compliance and Risk Management with Construction
Yale New Haven Health has incorporated a new process to address compliance in the early design phase of new construction and renovation. This session will provide an overview of Yale's initiatives and outline the successful outcomes along with the areas for ongoing improvement.
Recorded: June 4, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Using Risk Based Methodology in Today's Health Care Construction
This session will focus on how to successfully integrate NFPA 101-2012, Chapter 43 and NFPA 99-2012, Chapter 4 into a health care organization's construction program.
Recorded: May 28, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Rural Right Size Study and FGI Response
This session follows up ongoing national benchmarking research on critical access hospitals based on the collaboration between academic researchers, designers, policy makers and FGI. The final spatial comparisons will be presented for comparison the current and future rules. The implications of the research on design decision-making for small rural hospitals and future guidelines will be elaborated upon with examples.
Recorded: May 21, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Competitors Combining Strengths to Deliver Adolescent Behavioral Care
According to the NIMH, one in five children are diagnosed with a mental disorder. Join Covenant Health and Texas Tech as they detail their collaborative three-tiered approach to tackling this epidemic and removing the stigma of mental health.
Recorded: May 14, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Designing for Patient Care and Modern Infectious Diseases
This session presents a case study that will focus on the efficient design of one of the largest treatment centers for infectious diseases in the United States. The University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston’s new six bed Bio-Containment Critical Care Unit serves as a multi-functional patient care space that is equipped to treat patients with the most highly contagious diseases.
Recorded: May 7, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
High impact – High Performance Building Design
The best time to initiate many sustainability initiatives is during the design process. A project that is planned with sustainability in mind is naturally going to get better results than if sustainability projects are an afterthought. Planning for energy savings during early design helps ensure that sustainability is top of mind. This webinar is a panel discussion on high performance building design evaluating design features at some of the most energy efficient health care facilities across the country.
Recorded: April 30, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Emerging Electrical Loads Research for NEC Demand factors
At the last two PDC Summits, the presenters offered insight into the research performed to alter the demand factors for plug loads and cord-connected medical equipment. The research focused on changing the National Electrical Code demand factors with the goal of allowing smaller electrical systems to aid in construction cost savings.
Recorded: April 23, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Security Design Guidelines for HCFs: 2020 Updates
From verbal abuse to physical assaults, health care workers face frequent threats to their safety as they care for patients. Designing security features into a new health care facility or renovated space from the beginning can improve safety and security, maximize utilization of human resources and lower operational costs. This webinar will provide an overview of the newly updated Security Design Guidelines for Health Care Facilities.
Recorded: April 16, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
Managing Pharmacy Clean Rooms – A Multidisciplinary Approach
Due to recurring issues pertaining to the certification process for Pharmacy Sterile Compounding Clean rooms, The Joint Commission posted a blog and issued a letter in 2018 informing sites that this would be a focus of the survey. This webinar will provide a roadmap to help address these issues.