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Events and Education
April 3–6, 2016, Westin Galleria Dallas Health care facilities managers consider Interlink to be one of the best and most affordable opportunities for learning and sharing in Texas. Interlink 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. Onsite registration available!
 
June 30 – July 1, 2016, Houston The CHC certification exam is based on practical experience and knowledge you may have gained academically as well as on the job. Designed to give you the tools for passing the Certified Health Care Constructor (CHC) Exam, this course provides test taking tips, key topics, and sample questions identified in the CHC content outline (as listed in the CHC Candidate Handbook). This course will also use interactive polling technology, allowing each participant to answer questions and compare their answer with averages among those in class.
 
 
   
May 14, 2016, Arlington TAHFM's mission encourages professional development through support, education and collaboration. Looking to uphold these ideals, TAHFM and Sterling Barnett Little invite you to join us at the Sterling Barnett Little Suite at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington for the Texas Rangers vs. Toronto Blue Jays. The Suite will accommodate 50 people so we urge you to register quickly! Hot dogs, beer and beverages will be served. The best news is this event is FREE to active facility members and only $10 for associate (industry) members. Limit 1 guest per member. Don't miss this great TAHFM networking event!
 
Life Safety Services LLC.
Philders Group Intl Inc
Member Spotlight
Matt Goodman, D Healthcare Daily Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall is awaiting permission from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to double its bed count.
 
Eaton
Brighton Solutions, Inc.
Energy Roundup Tips
Carl Weinschenk, Energy Manager Today Hospitals are unique users of energy: They never close, use more energy-intensive equipment than other businesses and have demanding environmental requirements.
 
Cities across the nation continue to blaze a trail toward a more energy-efficient economy. We’re excited to announce that more than 7,000 buildings and plants earned EPA’s ENERGY STAR for superior energy performance in 2015 — that’s nearly 20 every day! Of the 7,000 buildings and plants, nearly half of them came from our 25 ENERGY STAR Top Cities.
 
Specified Technologies Inc.
Texas Microfiber
ASHE Update
American Society for Healthcare Engineering
 
 
   
American Society for Healthcare Engineering The American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) and Powered for Patients are working together on a new project that highlights the importance of providing appropriate backup power in hospitals.
 
Absolute Testing Services
Texas F.S.S
Your Facilities Management News
Neal Lorenzi, Health Facilities Management Health care facilities place many demands on heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
 
 
   
Jeff Ferenc, Health Facilities Management Led by an ongoing drive in new medical office building (MOB) construction, health care facilities overall are geared for continued growth in 2016 after the field’s strong 2015 for the industry, according to Revista, Annapolis, Md., a leading source of data on health care property and construction.
 
Jamie Morgan, Health Facilities Management The Joint Commission and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched an infection control project for ambulatory care facilities.
 
Tecni-Quip Carts
The Filter Man, Ltd.
 
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