Integrating Efficiency into Healthcare-A Life Cycle Approach


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A facility’s infrastructure is a key component in supporting the mission of the healthcare organization. It is also critical in helping hospitals manage the mounting pressures of reinventing delivery of care, regulatory scrutiny, competition, attracting the best staff, and improving patient outcomes and experience.

There are four primary infrastructures in a hospital: Mechanical, Electrical, Information and Communications Technology and Security. Each division of infrastructure functions to bind the physical environment to clinical outcomes; to provide safe, comfortable and reliable environments for quality patient care; and to ensure the financial viability of the organization.

This webcast examines how properly designed and executed, the Integrated Healthcare Facilities Infrastructure will improve financial performance, improve patient and staff safety, simplify regulatory practices, and increase patient satisfaction, staff productivity and retention. The Integrated Healthcare Facilities Infrastructure approach is designed to utilize the intelligence inherent to facility infrastructure technologies, and implement them in a manner to make it simple for operators to realize optimal efficiencies from facilities now, and in the future.

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CATEGORIZATIONS: Energy and Power , Energy Efficiency


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