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The Disruptive Force of Technology Changing The Future Face of Healthcare

Technology plays a big role in our everyday lives. It is often a disruptive force that can change the way we function as a society and conduct business. This is also having a profound effect on the healthcare sector, enhancing the patient experience.  Read More …

STI Adds Offline Capabilities to System Search & Submittal Builder Mobile App

SOMERVILLE, N.J. – Specified Technologies, Inc. has added new offline capabilities to the STI Firestop System Search and Submittal Builder app. No longer does a poor internet connection bring work to a standstill. Now with offline support, the app enables work to continue in all areas, including corners of the jobsite where there is no internet connection. Read More …

Longtime San Antonio Building/Infrastructure Professional Joins Forces with Hammes

Alvaro Rizo-Patron has recently joined Hammes as the new regional vice president for the company’s growing Texas market. He has more than 30 years of leadership experience with major building and infrastructure projects, including many in the healthcare and education sectors. Read More …

Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam Expands Healthcare Services in Texas

Planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. is expanding its healthcare services in Texas to offer a wide range of services (in addition to MEP) to healthcare clients, including master planning and design, Read More …

CMS Issues Directive Requiring Medicare Certified Healthcare Facilities to Implement, Maintain Legionella-Prevention Policies

To reduce cases of Legionnaires’ disease in healthcare facilities, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has issued a directive for Medicare certified healthcare facilities to develop and maintain water management policies and procedures in order to reduce the risk of growth and spread of Legionella and other opportunistic Read More …

ASHRAE Seeks Public Comment on Guideline to Minimize Legionellosis in Water Building Systems

ASHRAE is seeking public comment on Guideline 12-2000, Minimizing the Risk of Legionellosis Associated with Building Water Systems, which is now open for a 45-day public review until Sept. 11. Those interested in reviewing and commenting on the guideline can do so at www.ashrae.org/publicreviews. Read More …

John Healy Named Partner at Hammes Company

Healy, the regional vice president responsible for Hammes’ operations in the Southeastern United States, made partner after two years of service with the company. He has over 30 years of experience in managing large, complex healthcare capital programs for some of the nation’s leading healthcare systems. Read More …

New Independent Budgeting Service Helps Hospital Leaders Stretch Complex Medical Technology Budgets

CapitalNavigator, a new capital budgeting service from ECRI Institute, simplifies and expedites the decision-making process for planning medical technology purchases and projects at hospitals and health systems. Read More …

Patients Transition to New Dell Seton Medical Center

AUSTIN, Texas – CallisonRTKL’s transition planning team recently helped facilitate a successful move of 115 patients from the University Medical Center Brackenridge to Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas. After 133 years of operation, University Medical Center Brackenridge closed its doors. Read More …

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