Time to Get Serious About the Greatest Threat to Human Health (And it's not COVID)

Become a member of a robust community--healthcare engineers, designers, facility personnel, financial and regulation experts and more—to tackle the greatest challenges facing the Healthcare sector toward achieving carbon neutrality. Share your expertise. Share your experience. Share your passion to help us build a better, more sustainable Healthcare sector.
2030: Next Steps to Healthcare Climate Leadership

This paper is intended to catalyze the “next steps” in healthcare climate leadership, with NAM at the helm. Now is the time for healthcare leaders and members of the health professions – among the most trusted people in society – to bend the arc of climate change towards planetary and human health.
COVID-19 Technology at the Los Angeles Convention Center

In reference to Dr. Li’s technology, “… it’s a game changer, especially during this pandemic. Constant monitoring, no cross-contamination because you don’t have to touch the patient, no wasting of supplies (PPE), and no disturbing the patient at 2:00 in the morning to take their temperature.”
What if we "reimagined" the OR alongside clinicians?

According to the American College of Surgeons (MA Chapter), Americans experiences an average of six operating room procedures in a lifetime. Any invasive procedure brings a significant amount of risk and expense to both the patient and healthcare organization. If we can improve the effectiveness of these physical spaces, we can help improve outcomes and overall public health.
What if we "reimagined" the ICU alongside clinicians?

On the final day of the Healthcare Facilities Symposium (in Boston), Thursday September 19, we’ll kick off the next two-day “Reimagining Workshop” focusing on critical care spaces, presented by the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI) & theSociety of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM). We’re assembling leading designers and clinicians, including folks from Harvard, Kaiser, Brigham Woman’s, Mayo Clinic, and more. Participating architects and clinicians earn continuing education credits.
What's the power paradigm shift and how are hospitals prime to lead?

The silent operation of a hospital microgrid illustrates a paradigm shift. The rapid advancement of technology is forcing people to reevaluate the opportunities and, resultantly, regulations for how power is provided to critical facilities like hospitals.
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