StruxureWare Power Monitoring Expert for HealthcareConnects seamlessly to your electrical assets, providing a communicating layer of intelligence across your energy enterprise, and it helps you meet your financial and operational goals. It actively monitors and analyses the electrical power distribution infrastructure of your dedicated facility.
Case StudyA Powerlogic power monitoring and control system that was installed and tested at Helen Hayes Hospital in West Haverstraw, NY helps the hospital monitor and test their 1600KW generator and provide The Joint Commission reporting needed. Read more
Powerlogic used for The Joint Commission Testing - Helen Hayes Hospital - West Haverstraw, NY
TestimonialIn today’s high-density server environment, an enterprise health care data center must have a highly available and integrated infrastructure foundation to support the ever increasing availability demands of patient care, patient data and patient services. Read more
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ASHE's Advocacy Highway
The Advocacy Highway is ASHE's response to a proliferation of health care regulations that may have confusing and contradictory provisions, which sometimes lead to confusing and contradictory interpretations and implementation in health care facilities. The Advocacy Highway is a two-way communications network between ASHE staff and ASHE members, ASHE Advocacy liaisons, and other health professionals with regulatory issues. The exchange of this vital information is essential to ensure that existing and proposed health care regulations are arrived at through a consensus of all interested parties, and that these regulations achieve the desired objective of effectively providing safe facilities without overburdening facilities with costly regulations that do not provide added levels of safety. Learn more about ASHE's Advocacy Highway
ASHE Health Care Physical Environment References
This ASHE page provides easy access to important documents and reference materials that pertain to the health care physical environment, including important interpretations made by authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs) and errata from standards publishers. As new information becomes available, it will be added to this page. The ASHE advocacy team follows developments in regulations that affect health care facilities.