KSHE Update
KSHE Update
University of Louisville Event and Conference Center – Shelby Campus, 7/21/2017
Online registration is available until: 7/14/2017. For more information, contact KSHE at info@kshe.org or call 844-625-1200.
University Club of Kentucky, Lexington - 9/26/2017
Online registration is available until: 9/19/2017. For more information, contact KSHE at info@kshe.org or call 844-625-1200.
Hyatt Regency Lexington & Lexington Conference Center, Lexington, Kentucky
The Healthcare Coalition Conference is considered to be one of the best and most affordable opportunities for learning and sharing in Kentucky. The Healthcare Coalition Conference consistently delivers top-notch educational content, hours of continuing education credits, as well as ongoing opportunities to discuss emerging issues and best practices with colleagues, vendors, and consultants. This program will be approved for contact hours & CEUs through ASHE!
The KSHE Annual Business Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 7:00 AM at the Hyatt Regency Lexington as part of the Healthcare Coalition Conference.
Naylor Association Solutions
Naylor Association Solutions
Kentucky Spotlight
Jack Waisblat, President JT Service Contractor Corp

Many surveyors are citing elements in NFPA 99, 2012 edition that are not valid, surveyors are not reading and analyzing the intent of the code as a whole and the intent of "Application" vs "Applicability" as articulated in each chapter.
Dave Barkholz, Modern Healthcare
Having orchestrated millions of dollars in savings in the supply chain, a group of 10 hospitals in Kentucky is now turning their attention to a larger challenge: managing population health.
Hayden Ristevski, WDRB.com
Construction is underway on a new Norton Cancer Institute off of Brownsboro Road.
ASHE Update
Shay Rankhorn, SASHE, CHFM, CHC, 2014-2017 Region Three Director

In May, VSHE put on its Annual Conference and I visited and gave three different sessions on multiple topics.(ASHE, update, Compliance 101, and Energy Management 101) There were some great updates from George Mills and others as well.
By Chad Beebe, AIA, FASHE, ASHE Deputy Executive Director, American Society for Healthcare Engineering
Nearly 100 ASHE members attended important NFPA meetings last week to speak about and vote on important proposals being considered for the next editions of NFPA 101 and NFPA 99.
American Society for Healthcare Engineering
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released interpretive guideline and survey procedures for the emergency preparedness rule that became effective in November 2016.
Your Facilities Management News
Andrew Gager, facilitiesnet.com
Tracking the reliability of facility equipment can help maintain and decrease time spent on repairs.
Michael Pappas and Ross Forman, Facility Executive
As the U.S. Congress and Senate work on establishing an Obamacare Replacement 2.0, the entire healthcare industry faces a climate of uncertainty—one that makes it difficult to project long-term revenue stream potential and directly impacts real estate and healthcare facilities operations.
Amy Eagle, Health Facilities Management
Planning and creating health care spaces for a young and discerning patient population.
Sustainability Spotlight
Barbara Wagner, facilitiesnet.com
Sustainable green building practices are transforming healthcare facilities’ design, construction, and operations.
Clark Denson, P.E., CEM, BEMP, LEED AP BD+C, Health Facilities Management
Health care HVAC systems serve many functions, including air filtration, dilution and removal of indoor pollutants through code-mandated air-change rates of supply and outdoor air, as well as the precise control of space temperature, humidity and pressurization.
Facility Executive
New study evaluates the cradle-to-grave sustainability of commonly used drinking water and sewer pipe materials over a 100-year service period.
 
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