The ASHE Mechanical Systems Handbook for Health Care Facilities provides detailed information to support the design, operation, and maintenance of a facility’s mechanical systems. Along with chapters on powerhouse equipment, HVAC and air-handling systems and energy management, the handbook presents information on code compliance, alternative energy-saving strategies and testing HVAC systems.
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A trailblazing new series offering the first consistent, authoritative resource on health care facilities management to ensure that all HFMs can easily obtain the same, essential baseline information they need to do their jobs effectively.
This handbook lays out the processes and flow of a health care project, including planning, design and construction. It takes a sequential approach to each topic, addressing planning first, then the various design phases, construction of the project, and the operations and management throughout the project and following.
This guidebook seeks to help health care facilities managers start down the path to a successful RCM program. It reviews the basics of RCM, details the steps involved in planning and implementing an RCM program in a health care facility, provides the knowledge and tools needed to navigate through that process, and highlights features that will lead to a successful and productive program.
Working in Health Care: A Guide for Facility Business Partners, Construction Professionals, and Subcontractors
This book outlines critical information that contractors, subcontractors, and others need to know when working on health care projects, including infection prevention practices, utility system shutdowns, and more.
Introduction to Health Care Facilities Management: This award-winning, in-depth 130+ page introductory book provides an orientation to the dynamic field of health care facilities management. Along the way, we provide tips and anecdotes from seasoned health care professionals that will be valuable to newcomers, engaging to experienced HFMs and thought-provoking to other health care professionals.