Maintenance and Operations - September 2022
Resources and waivers aim to ensure hospitals and other facilities can continue to operate and provide access to care to those impacted by the hurricane.
As organizations search cost savings, more are taking a closer look at paper towel dispensers.
Over 90 percent of assisted living facilities require a consumer disclosure agreement.
Growing threats to operations create pressure and opportunities for managers to improve their organizations’ resilience.
Decline in inpatient volume and rising expenses contributed to the closure.
Mold can often grow out of sight and unnoticed.
White paper helps facilities managers determine best practices and establish a new minimum standard on emergency preparedness and response.
The pandemic was the ultimate litmus test for and real-world example of hospital compliance standards.
Despite calls for improvements at senior care facilities, little progress has been made.
Facilities fill a market need and serve as a bridge between conventional multifamily housing and traditional senior living options.
Towel dispensers are back in demand because of the pandemic, but did they ever go away?
Healthcare facilities have experienced negative impacts from the Great Resignation.
Federation of American Hospital outlines challenges facing rural hospitals.
Guides help staff make evidence-based decisions regarding ventilation to keep patients and staff safe and reduce the chance of contamination and infection.
Labor and delivery services from Mayo Clinic Health System in Barron and Menomonie will move to Eau Claire.
Parts of Santa Clara Valley Medical Center went without power for four hours during one of the hottest days of the year.
Hospital corporation led a fundraising effort to save Watsonville Community Hospital.
In hospital environments where every second counts, having an onsite technician can make a big difference.
Alina Health will repurpose the site to best support the needs of the community.
Torrential rain in Mississippi has activated a state of emergency as residents run out of water.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is asking for the public’s help to improve the appearance of its cemeteries.