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Fostering the Future of Patient Care, Facility Operations with IoT

“Digital transformation” is taking over multiple industries, and healthcare facilities are using new technologies to keep up with patient needs and combat rising healthcare costs. Hospitals, outpatient clinics, doctors’ offices and other healthcare facilities are finding new ways to use advanced technology and innovative methods to improve their services and change day-to-day operations. Read More …

ASHE Celebrates Healthcare Facilities that Cut Energy Use

A record number of healthcare facilities have earned an Energy to Care Award this year for slashing energy use, a significant achievement as hospitals work to become more efficient. The American Society for Healthcare Engineering will present 68 facilities with Energy to Care Awards Read More …

ASHE Recognizes Hospitals for Cutting Energy Consumption

Barnesville Hospital in Ohio has been named by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering the 2017 Energy Champion for demonstrating strong leadership in becoming a more energy-efficient facility and using saved resources to support patient care. Barnesville Hospital in Barnesville, Ohio, recorded an Energy Star score of 99 and the hospital’s facility team actively engages with other team members to make efficiency a priority for all. Read More …

More Than 1,000 Healthcare Facilities Now Part of Energy to Care

CHICAGO, Ill. — The Energy to Care benchmarking and awards program, run by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering, reached an important milestone recently when the 1,000th facility joined the free program. Read More …

ASHE Recognizes Hospitals for Cutting Energy Consumption

CHICAGO, Ill. — More than 20 hospitals have earned an Energy to Care Award for their work to slash energy use, reduce operational costs and free up more resources for patient care. Read More …

ASHE Recognizes 11 Hospitals for Cutting Energy Consumption

CHICAGO, Ill. — The American Society for Healthcare Engineering is recognizing 11 hospitals across the country for reducing energy consumption. Read More …

ASHE Recognizes Hospitals for Cutting Energy Consumption

CHICAGO, Ill. — Hospitals in several states have slashed energy use, reducing operational costs and freeing up more resources for patient care. Read More …

Energy to Care Program Helps Hospitals Cut Energy Consumption

CHICAGO, Ill. — – The American Society for Healthcare Engineering of the American Hospital Association announced at its annual conference the official launch of Energy to Care, a recently expanded efficiency program that includes energy benchmarking tools and awards for healthcare facilities. Read More …

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