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Monograph
This eBook features a collection of articles describing extreme weather events that have affected health care facilities across the country.
Press Releases
CHICAGO – ASHE is proud to announce that it received the 2024 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year—Sustained Excellence Award from the EPA.
Lunch and Learn
The current trajectory of investments in health facilities is not sustainable with funding falling short of the ballooning need.
On-Demand Educational Webinars
Join Ohio-based PDi for a new product overview on the Largest Personal Patient Smart Touch Screen TV - medTAB22.
Guides/Reports
ASHE has developed 52 actionable ECMs in eight categories to help facilities management teams better manage energy use and advance your health care facility’s sustainability journey.
Playbooks
Free PDF: A Back-to-Basics Approach to Infection Control and Emergency Management for Health Care Facilities
Resources
Learn more about how to end the use of fossil fuels at your health care facility.
Resources
This category of emissions includes fossil fuel-powered equipment performed by health care organization staff.
Resources
Carbon emissions associated with energy use are often a mix of on-site usage and off-site emissions from regional utilities can be complicated to account for.
Resources
Embodied carbon consists of all the greenhouse gas emissions associated with building construction. Learn how to efficiently manage them.
Resources
Water usage in health care organizations is a less obvious source of carbon emissions. Learn more about its impact.
Resources
HVAC equipment using refrigerants can include packaged rooftop units, direct expansion split systems, chillers, variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems and several others. Different equipment systems can contain different refrigerant types with varying emissions potential.
Resources
Anesthetic gases have a high global warming potential (GWP), learn how to mitigate its impact.
Monograph
This third edition monograph discusses only the physical environment aspects of USP , and is intended for the use of health care facility managers. It will aid those preparing for compliance with USP .
Lunch and Learn
Join us for this trailblazing webinar to explore the implications of emerging facilities risk and how to ensure compatibility between facilities and clinical priorities to support, stabilize and improve your portfolio’s NAV.
Lunch and Learn
What happens when a hospital loses electricity? Most hospitals have red plug only, life safety backup for their facilities.
Lunch and Learn
This webinar, hosted by Honeywell, will help show how to manage the environmental impact of your health care facilities more effectively.
Lunch and Learn
Site-of-care shifts are not new. But new forces–like regulatory flexibilities, payment expansions, purchaser preferences, innovation, and private equity funding for non-hospital sites–are accelerating shifts away from the hospital setting. Discover how you can prepare for these changes.
Lunch and Learn
How Hospitals Can Increase Patient Satisfaction Scores: By Enhancing Your Environment | Lunch & Learn
Lunch and Learn
Explore case studies that incorporate healthy hydration design elements including installation, applications, and filtration.