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Understanding the Business Side of HealthcareA practical overview of financial basics every facility professional should know to assist communications with healthcare executives. Current headwind and trends and how these are impacting your organization. Lastly, how the physical plant manager can support the organizations strategic plan.
Code UpdatesDHS codes, NFPA standards, IBC 2015, and ASHRAE 170.
Environmental Monitoring for Construction and OccupancyProactively prevent infections during construction and occupancy within healthcare facility environments. This presentation will identify airborne and water based infection prevention issues that every facility manager, architect, and engineer must address on the job. While working in a healthcare environment, you need to understand your unique role, the applicable codes, and be prepared to implement processes to protect patients, staff, and visitors from healthcare-acquired infections. Through this presentation, and group discussion, you will become a more valuable member of your healthcare team.
Andrew J. Streifel, Hospital Environment Specialist with the Department of Environmental Health & Safety at the University of Minnesota.
Robert Flannery, CPA, Chief Administrative Office (CAO) for UW Medical Foundation and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for UW Health.
Jeff Eckstein, AIA, ASHE, J.H. Findorff & Son, Inc., Business Development, Healthcare.
David Soens, PE, RA, Life Safety Fire Authority, Bureau of Education Services & Technology, Division of Quality Assurance.
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