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Manufacturers join to discuss the best fit sprinklers and alarms for hospitals.
Healthcare facilities managers are dealing with important changes in the way their facilities comply with federal requirements for emergency preparedness.
Water outages can have a detrimental effect on healthcare facilities.
Over 15,000 patients had their protected information disclosed due to a technical error.
By adopting a centralized, standardized approach to facility management, organizations can save money and improve safety and the patient experience.
Fire alarm and sprinkler manufacturers discuss when to maintenance.
Understanding how and when to use ice melt is key to reducing slippery conditions in winter.
Changing expectations placed on flooring in hospitals brought on by pandemic have created more complex replacement decisions for managers.
The House Committee on Oversight and Accountability is concerned about the department’s decision to provide provider relief funds to profitable hospitals.
Water has an everyday role at healthcare facilities.
Thousands of healthcare workers have left the industry.
The costs incurred were related to purchasing materials necessary for safe treatment during the pandemic.
Within the IRA was an enhancement to the 179D Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Deduction.
There is no code for when a moose enters a building.
The new rule would increase aggregate Medicare spending by 3.7 percent compared with 2023.
The 63-bed hospital will be rebranded to Select Specialty Hospital – Richmond.
The bill has been reintroduced to the Senate.
The letter outlines concern about the federal mandate accelerating the current staffing crisis.
This rating applies to all types of facilities in addition to senior care facilities
Greenville County approved a one-time fund $13.49 million in COVID-19 relief funds to help reopen the department.
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