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      White Paper - Improve patient safety through power availability and reliability

      The main mission of any hospital is providing high quality services and continuity of care for patients. Underpinning this mission are numerous complex systems, many of which require high power availability, power reliability, power quality and secure power.  Power problems can have serious consequences on human life, finances, technical operations, the environment, and the hospital’s image and reputation, so creating and maintaining a healthy electrical distribution system is crucial. Improve patient safety through power availability and reliability
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      A primer on RFID and RTLS technologies for healthcare facilities

      This white paper will look at the specific use of RFID and RTLS technologies in healthcare settings. These technologies are used to ensure safety and security for the most vulnerable of patients, such as infants, elderly, and those with mental illness. We will define both technologies and their similarities and differences, use cases, and benefits to individuals, as well as the healthcare organization as a whole. Read more about - A primer on RFID and RTLS technologies for healthcare facilities
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      ASHE Monograph - Performing an emergency power systems hazard vulnerability analysis

      Healthcare organizations with an Emergency Power System (EPSS) are required to have a testing and maintenance program for the system and its various components. However, routine testing will not determine if the EPSS is capable of providing the necessary power under adverse conditions for prolonged periods of time. A vulnerability analysis goes beyond just testing to help identify areas of liability, but also finds weaknesses due to inadequate planning, training, clinical preparation and emergency equipment. Learn more about - ASHE Monograph - Performing an emergency power systems hazard vulnerability analysis
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      Inside ASHE - 5 Steps to Compliance Electrical Workplace Safety Regulations - Summer 2014

      This article describes the 5 steps that hospitals must take to be compliant with NFPA 70E. This article originally ran in Inside ASHE, copyright ASHE. Published here with permission. Read more about - 5 Steps to Compliance Electrical Workplace Safety Regulations - Summer 2014
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      White Paper - Power Protection for Digital Medical Imaging and Diagnostic Equipment

      Medical imaging and diagnostic equipment is increasingly being networked to Picture Archiving and Communications Systems, Radiology Information Systems, Hospital Information Systems and getting connected to the hospital intranet. Failing to implement the necessary physical infrastructure can result in unexpected downtime, and safety and compliance issues. Power Protection for Digital Medical Imaging and Diagnostic Equipment
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      Hamot Medical Center

      Foresight rewarded as power management system guards against blackout at hamot medical center.
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      Struxureware Power Monitoring Expert

      StruxureWare Power Monitoring Expert for Healthcare connects 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 – including MV, LV, operating rooms and intensive care units.
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    OSHA 'Myths' Frequently Encountered Within Health Care Learn more about - OSHA in Health Care: Out of Sight & Out of Mind?

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    The Hospital of Central Connecticut, New Britain and Southington, Conn., recently took steps to make sure that facilities at the two campuses were in full compliance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Learn more about - Partner Helps Put Electrical Standard in Hospital's Reach

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    Ready for tomorrow. Six critical areas of emergency power management Learn more about Article - Ready for Tomorrow. Six critical areas of emergency power management

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    When it comes to medical imaging systems or sensitive equipment in labs, there needs to be power protection for very short duration events and power quality glitches that could disturb the smooth functioning of diagnostic testing. Learn more about blog - Secure Power for Healthcare Spans Range of Solutions

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    Color be used in hospitals to enhance communication and create an optimal environment for hospital staff and patients. Learn more about blog - Hospitals Improve Patient Safety with Color