Free 'Building Commissioning for Hospitals' webcast Thursday

October 14, 2014

The third and final webcast in Healthcare Facility Today's “Trends in Healthcare Facilities” series will air on Thursday, Oct. 16, at 1 p.m. Eastern, offering an in-depth examination of how existing building commissioning can be used to identify system improvements in hospitals to boost utility savings and capital ROI. Attendees will learn the key steps to the commissioning process, as well as lessons learned from the field in this free, 75-minute webcast, sponsored by Siemens. 

Webcast topics include:

· The definition of existing building commissioning

· How existing building commissioning can be used to identify system improvements in hospitals, resulting in 10-30 percent utility savings while yielding a rate of return on capital invested between 50-100 percent

·  How commissioning improves the overall patient experience and clinical outcomes

·  Key steps to the commissioning process, as well as lessons learned from the field

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