Category: American Society for Healthcare Engineering

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ASHE Announces 2019 Winners of Vista Awards

UC San Diego Health in La Jolla, Calif., UMass Memorial Health Care in Worcester, Mass., and Pa.-based Lancaster General Hospital received this year’s Vista Awards, presented by the American Society for Health Care Engineering of the American Hospital Association.

ASHE Awards Texas Children’s Hospital for Excellence in Facility Management

The American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) has presented Texas Children’s Hospital with the 2017 Excellence in Health Care Facility Management Award. The hospital was honored for its Mission Control project, which created a unified operations and communications hub utilizing real-time data to manage the movement of patients.

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ASHE Announces 2017 Winners of Vista Awards

The Vista Awards, which celebrate healthcare project teams that show creativity, innovation, and extensive forethought in planning, were presented on March 13 at the International Summit & Exhibition on Health Facility Planning, Design & Construction. The winners were UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay in San Francisco; Memorial Hospital at Gulfport Tower in Miss.; and St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse, N.Y

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ASHE Applauds New York Hospital’s Asset Management System

New York Presbyterian Hospital won the 2016 Excellence in Health Care Facility Management Award for its enterprise-wide space and asset management system. The award, presented by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) of the American Hospital Association and sponsored by Trane, was announced during National Health Care Facility and Engineering Week.

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Creative Problem Solving and the Future of HTM

Now more than ever, creative thinking and problem solving are integral to the healthcare technology management profession, says George Mills of The Joint Commission. Today’s clinical engineers must develop the relationship between IT and patient care and understand the interconnectedness of hospital systems. This article is part of 24×7’s 20th anniversary coverage.

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