Submetering allows for monitoring of the electrical consumption of individual components within a building, such as heating and cooling systems, lighting, refrigeration and more. This method utilizes individual "submeters" that allow facility managers to observe the energy...
The new United Laboratories ECVP 2799 "Zero-Waste-to-Landfill" validation sets out a comprehensive, rigorously defined and independently verified set of metrics and processes that a variety of leading companies are using to dramatically cut down the volume of solid waste...
Obama is poised to lose influence in Washington. His veto pen makes him the most influential person in healthcare. Filter the list to see what's most and least common among these leaders. Then share your results.
In the UAE, strict laws govern the collection and disposal of medical waste. Medical waste treatment is a daunting task as it contains very highly infectious microbes that require special handling. Hospitals, clinics and pharmacies in Dubai produce about 120 tons of hazardous...
Hospital CEOs should focus less on talking about an organization's culture and more on the elements that make up a hospital's culture, such as mindset, methods, strategies and structures, former physician John Kenagy, M.D., founder of Kenagy & Associates, told Becker's Hospital...
Patient room design may do more than boost patient satisfaction — it could actually reduce the amount of pain patients experience, lead to shorter hospital stays and decrease physician and staff errors.
Many big, public buildings have revolving doors at street level. For a lot of people, these doors are a little more annoying to use than normal "swing" doors, leading them to ask the question — are revolving doors really more energy-efficient?
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