Maintenance and Operations - March 2022
VA system serves about 9 million veterans nationwide through 171 medical facilities and more than 1,000 outpatient care locations.
Healthcare facilities must practice continuous emergency preparedness in the face of these more intense natural disasters, but is it practical to always be prepared for every emergency?
The ongoing labor shortage has contributed to wards shutting down at several hospitals, but what happens when an entire facility closes?
Threats from hurricanes, wildfires and tornadoes require increased attention to healthcare facility resilience.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources will invest in $250 million to reduce dependency on foreign markets.
No patients or staff members were harmed, and affected areas were cleaned and disinfected.
Facility managers must ensure buildings and organizations are ready to handle crises while supporting a high level of care.
Conducting an elevator audit can help ensure healthcare facility managers that their elevators are operating at peak performance.