- Design Guide Seminar June 12th
Gasmedix / BeaconMedaes will be hosting a medical gas design guide seminar on June 12th; venue has not yet been selected but it will be in Indianapolis. The seminar will be presented by Mark Allen, member of the NFPA 99 committee and author of numerous industry-leading publications including the Beacon Medaes Design Guide. Lunch will be provided, there is no cost to attend, and CEU’s will be issued for all attendees. The seminar will include relevant NFPA 99 changes, an overview of each medical gas system and what they’re used for, and an introduction to medical gas design.
- Health Care Constructor (CHC) Preparatory Seminar
The Healthcare Engineers Society of Northern Illinois (HESNI) will present ASHE’s Certified Health Care Constructor (CHC) preparatory seminar on Friday, April 6. The full-day program is planned for 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Registration at 7:30 a.m.) at the Aramark Conference Center, 2300 Warrenville Rd., in suburban Downers Grove, IL.
While HESNI members will not pay the full registration fee (normally $475), we’d also like to extend an invitation to members of the Indiana Society for Healthcare Engineering to sign up for this seminar at the discounted rate of $300. That’s $175 off the $475 price for non-members.
The CHC preparatory seminar will look at key topics and identify sample questions that are likely to appear in the exam. It will cover the content outline found in the CHC Candidate Handbook. Segments on the PDC process, safety and financial stewardship are also included. Interactive polling technology will be used during the seminar to gather and compare answers from participants. The training will be conducted by members of ASHE’s CHC workshop training faculty.
Get more information and sign up online here. To receive the $175 discount, during registration look for the line in your invoice payment screen that reads: Enter Coupon Code (if applicable). Enter the following code here: ISHE99G. Then press the APPLY button and the discount will be applied the amount. For further information, contact email@example.com.
- Buckeye Power Sales Annual Engineering Seminar
Buckeye Power Sales is hosting our annual engineering seminar March 22nd in Indianapolis. This is an educational event providing 8 hours of Continuing Professional Development hours. This year our focus is on the healthcare industry, specifically related to the latest updates to codes and accreditation. Design engineers, facility engineers, healthcare executives and others involved in the design and operation of healthcare facilities will benefit from attending this seminar. Presenters from ASHE and The Joint Commission will be presenting and available to answer your questions. Learn more.
- QHR Learning Institute for Hospitals
For three decades, the QHR Learning Institute has delivered education solutions to address the key challenges you face today and prepare you for the demands of tomorrow. The QHR Learning Institute offers education on today’s hot topics and the core management fundamentals necessary for your leadership and staff to be successful.
- Healthcare Facilities Leadership Associate Degree
Healthcare Facilities Leadership
Developed in collaboration with the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) and the Kentucky Society of Healthcare Engineers (KSHE)
It takes more than doctors and nurses to care for patients in the growing healthcare industry. Skilled facilities managers are critical to keeping hospitals and other healthcare facilities operating efficiently and effectively.
If you are working in healthcare facilities management or you’d like to be part of this exciting and rewarding field, OCTC’s Healthcare Facilities Leadership Program could be for you. The program is convenient and affordable with all classes available online.
This program can help you take the next step in your career by preparing you to take the American Hospital Association’s Certified Healthcare Facilities Management exam. Graduates may transfer to work toward bachelor’s degrees. This innovative program was developed in collaboration with the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) and the Kentucky Society of Healthcare Engineers (KSHE).