Maintenance and Operations - February 2022
Emerging technologies is playing a key role in the growth of the healthcare facilities management market.
Recruitment and retention concerns and hundreds of vacancies are contributing to months-long waitlists and an 11 percent decrease in the number of individuals served compared to 2019
Labor shortage has become a top concern for healthcare executives as workers are quitting in large numbers.
American Hospital Association details steps labor shortage that is impacting healthcare.
Standards established minimum technical criteria to ensure accessibility to medical diagnostic equipment, such as examination tables and imaging equipment.
Coalition’s goal is to create a plan of action and strategy around diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.
CEOs label ongoing labor problems as top concern within healthcare facilities.
More businesses have begun prioritizing their employees’ mental wellbeing as reports of poor mental health have reached crisis levels.
Funding will help build or improve hospitals and clinics and help other essential community facilities.
UV-C lighting technology has proven to be effective, but how many healthcare facilities will buy into the trend?
Hospital operating margins dropped more than 15 percent in 2021 compared to pre-pandemic levels.
Enlivant has become the first senior living provider to earn the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations and Management.
Organizations must hire more than 13 million nurses in the next decade, but challenges remain that leave many hesitant to stay.