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TFM Columnist Jim Elledge helps answer questions about staffing requirements for a VA hospital.
The report provides relevant data that professionals can use to compare their operations to those of similar institutions and make the case to the boardroom for capital investment and resource allocation.
Developed for healthcare professionals by healthcare professionals, this commissioning guide focuses on the issues specific to commissioning in this particular environment.
The survey, podcast, and seminar series are part of the IFMA Healthcare Council’s mission to keep health care professionals abreast of the most critical trends in 21st Century hospitals.
The Joint Commission provides 13 items healthcare facility staff members should practice.
In response to complaints, OSHA inspectors will ensure that healthcare employers implement a hierarchy of controls and encourage vaccination and other work practices recommended by the CDC.
The Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI) has published its 2010 edition of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Facilities.
At an Ontario hospital, decommissioned drinking fountains were converted into hand washing units as an infection control measure.
This latest guide focuses on energy saving strategies for small healthcare facilities up to 90,000 square feet in size, including acute care facilities, outpatient surgery centers, critical access hospitals, and inpatient community hospitals.
National Office Furniture will give a $25,000 Gift of Inspiration for Healthcare Environments to one lucky facility next spring.
If implemented, the recommendations in a new report from NIBS would provide the VA with a model that is paramount to the future success of veteran healthcare delivery and without precedent in the U.S. healthcare industry.