Lunch & Learn Series:
Using IoT To Overcome the Labor Gap
How Atlantic Health Is Using IT-Free Smart Devices to Automate CMS Compliance Testing
Among the greatest challenges facing Healthcare Facility Managers is the impact of the national labor shortage on their teams. This case study explores how Atlantic Health is creating 1,000s of labor hours each year by leveraging wireless Smart Devices to automate their compliance busy work - without using their local networks or involving IT.
- How new IoT networks and technologies work and allow for innovation
- How can facilities managers apply these new technologies today
- Financial & operational impacts of IoT based compliance automation
Christopher Hariz, BA, Co-Founder, Hexmodal
Christopher Hariz is the Founder of Hexmodal, a manufacturer of Smart Devices for Hospital Facilities. By wirelessly automating the CMS required testing and record-keeping of Exit Signs, Emergency Lights, Room Pressure, Refrigeration and more, Hexmodal has helped over 70 US Health Care Systems make more time for their facilities teams to focus on high-value projects.
Sabina Certa, Construction Controller & Manager of Offsites at Atlantic Health System
Sabina Certa is the Construction Controller & Manager of Offsites at Atlantic Health System. A lifelong real estate & construction professional, her experience includes business development, senior level project management, conceptual estimating, lump sum estimating, due diligence, pre-construction services, purchasing, scheduling, contract negotiations, preparing work letters, reviewing leases and working with real estate professionals.
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Original Air Date:
Thursday, December 8, 2022
12:00pm - 1:00pm CST
Continuing Education Units: This program has been approved for one (1.0) Continuing Education Hour in the areas of Compliance, Planning, Design and Construction, and Maintenance and Operations toward the CHFM renewal, Content Codes 1, 2, 3, and 5. Approval for CHC has been awarded in the areas of Planning, Design and Construction, and Healthcare Facility Safety, which are content areas 3 and 4. Certificates will be emailed to participants after the webinar.
DISCLAIMER: The views expressed by presenters in this Lunch & Learn should not be construed as directly representing the views of the American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE). ASHE does not endorse any products or services promoted in this Lunch & Learn.