Industry News

NFMT Returns With Its Remix Show in November

Live event takes place in Orlando, but facility professionals can also attend online


Joint Commission Launches Assisted Living Accreditation

ALCs have been increasingly shifting from hospitality-based environment to healthcare-focused setting


Ohio Children’s Hospital Creates New Company and Care Model

Akron Children's Health Collaborative is designed to help coordinate care for 100,000 Medicaid patients


COVID-19 Forces Texas To Hire 8,000 Healthcare Workers

Hospitalizations from disease are getting dangerously close to state’s record set last winter


More Healthcare Systems Raise Minimum Wage

Systems opting $15 minimum wage include Cleveland Clinic, John Hopkins Health System, Jefferson Health, Duke University Health System, and Advocate Aurora Health


Kansas Hospital Is First in U.S. To Use Drone

Drones have a range of up to 68 miles with a maximum speed of 90 mph and payloads of up to 13 pounds


Florida Teen Mental Health Treatment Center Opens

Dade City Discovery Behavioral Health Center is a 24-bed facility in Pasco County


USDA To Invest $500 Million in Rural Healthcare

Funds can be used to expand access to COVID-19 vaccines and healthcare services, as well as support construction or renovation of rural healthcare facilities


Long-Term Care Facilities Struggle Amid Pandemic

Industry officials predict long-term care providers could lose $94 billion and caution that more than 1,800 facilities could close


Florida Has Nation’s Highest COVID-19 Hospital Bed Use

11,863 health center beds are filled with people who have COVID-19


Long-Term Care Facilities Struggle Amid Pandemic

Only one-quarter of officials believe those institutions will still be here by this time next year


California Updates Rules on Health Facility Data Breaches

New regulations require facilities to report more information following a breach


How Can VR Benefit Healthcare?

VR in healthcare can be divided into many categories and include pain management, training, rehabilitation, surgery and communication


Texas Mental Health Center Saves Local System Millions

The Inn treats people dealing with homelessness and mental health issues in more relaxed and home-like environment


Nurses Strike Over Staffing Concerns

More than 700 Massachusetts nurses have been on strike since March 8


Mayo Clinic Ranked Top U.S. Hospital

This is the sixth year in a row the 73,000-employee enterprise has ranked number one


Two California Hospitals Prevent Lethal Fungal Spread

Hospitals enforced aggressive measures to prevent spread of Candida auris


Canada’s First Smart Hospital Debuts

Mackenzie Health now using healthcare technology company CenTrak’s RTLS technology


$44.7 Million Project to Develop Texas Hospital

Psychiatric hospital planned for Dallas-Fort Worth area


Healthcare Facilities Management to Reach $360 Billion

Healthcare expenses, disease, and medical tourism are several reasons for projected increase


U.S. News names best children’s hospitals

Boston Children’s Hospital tops the honor roll


What is covered by FEMA relief for COVID?

There is $75 billion in funding still available


Free Webinar June 25: Integrated Healthcare Facilities Infrastructure

Learn how to create a safer, more productive, and energy-efficient Environment of Care


Minneapolis healthcare facilities damaged during recent protests

Equipment was taken and windows smashed


Healthcare exec discusses adapting healthcare to post COVID-19 world

Boston Medical Center focusing on four Rs: responding, rebounding, rebuilding and reimagining


ASHE offers guidance for COVID recovery

The pandemic’s impact on the physical environment has offered challenges and lessons


Becker's names 100 great hospitals in America for 2020

The hospitals were selected for inclusion based on analysis of ranking and award agencies, including U.S. News & World Report's 2019-20 rankings, CareChex, Healthgrades, CMS star ratings, Leapfrog grades and IBM Watson Health top hospitals


A New York hospital staff surprised with free vacations

Hyatt and American Airlines announced that the more than 4,000 hospital staff — including doctors, physician assistants, nurses and facilities and food service teams would be treated to trips


Hospitals struggle to restart elective care after shutdowns

Reopening will be difficult with the threat of more infection


Hospital ship stopped treating patients, but still in L.A. for support

Mercy hadn’t admitted new patients for treatment since April 30



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