Focus: Patient Satisfaction/Experience

Building automation systems can boost energy savings

December 4, 2017

Building automation systems (BAS) can cut energy costs by controlling every aspect of a healthcare facility's HVAC system, according to an article on the BOSS website.

As BAS technology advances, more facility systems — such as fire alarm, power monitoring, lighting control, and security — are being integrated into building automation. 

Four critical considerations when selecting building automation systems are:

• Ease of use

• Facility needs 

• Energy savings

• Regulatory compliance

The selection of building automation systems impacts patient experience as well as financial, compliance and energy usage factors within a healthcare organization.

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