Maintenance and Operations - May 2018

Survey says: Most hospitals aren't ready for mass tragedy

Nine out of 10 ER doctors say their hospitals aren't fully prepared for major disasters or mass tragedies


Process and design improvements explored for China's Drum Tower Hospital

American and Chinese hospitals evaluate similarities, differences


Emergency power system gives N.C. hospital reliability, redundancy and flexibility

Ensures seamless delivery of normal and emergency power to all loads


Three strategies to minimize regulatory overload

In recent years, clinical staff and facilities managers alike have seen an increased amount of time spent on regulatory compliance, which can take away from other valuable initiatives


S.D. hospital says it has taken immediate action on medical waste protocols

A senior Region Health official said the hospital is taking new steps to make sure medical waste is being disposed of properly


Strategic programming for healthcare facilities

Clear and effective communication of information throughout the process is critical to the success of a facilities project


Union workers picketing at Kaiser facilities

The union said that the informational pickets are not a strike and will not affect patient care


How hospitals respond to mass casualties like Toronto’s van attack

When healthcare facilities hear 'Code Orange' they get ready for patients’ arrival


Pa. healthcare facility adds calming live music to common areas

New arts department created a variety of art and music therapies at the hospital



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