Software can help connect healthcare facility's systems

Unconnected infrastructure can't give building operators, engineers and facility staffs data that can be used together to judge efficiency

Unconnected infrastructure systems can't give building operators, engineers and facility staffs data that can be used together to determine efficiency, according to an article on the Healthcare Facility Management.

Enterprise facility management (EFM) software systems apply a consistent technology platform throughout a portfolio of buildings within an enterprise to manage data and information related to building systems that consume energy, such as HVAC and lighting, the article said.

With an EFM system in place an operations staff can improve efficiency and productivity.

An EFM system needs smart people with a consistent, well-defined process to interpret and use the data.

Read the article.



January 14, 2016

Topic Area: Information Technology

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