The company is following CDC and CISA guidelines to ensure the safest working conditions
March 27, 2020
To keep team members, families and communities safe at all its manufacturing facilities, Greenheck has implemented a comprehensive set of social distancing, workplace hygiene, and illness-response protocols. The company also formed a COVID-19 Response Team, which implemented policies based on CDC guidelines.
Ensuring nonstop operations of mission critical health care infrastructure
March 26, 2020
Sunbird Software is offering free subscriptions of its Power IQ DCIM monitoring software to hospitals and health care organizations. Deploying Power IQ will help these organizations ensure nonstop mission critical operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Climate control systems recirculate air throughout the building, along with airborne viruses and bacteria. As these microbes have had to withstand a heavily disinfected and thoroughly cleaned environment, they can cause serious problems to patients who may already have a lowered resistance to infection.
What a telehealth study in rural michigan can teach us about taking a better approach to health care both every day and during a crisis
March 12, 2020
By using telehealth applications, doctors can diagnose patients remotely, prescribe medicine, and have it delivered to a patient’s front door. This means someone who may be infected does not have go out. In essence, practicing telemedicine can actually help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
More than half of hospitals’ power systems were built before benefits and demands of IoT were known, according to a new survey from Schneider Electric.
December 1, 2017
According to a new study commissioned by Schneider Electric, health care facilities are missing out on opportunities to reduce energy use and costs, avoid outages and improve patient satisfaction because their power distribution and management systems are not equipped to take advantage of the internet of things (IoT) and other advanced technologies.
Hospitals, nursing homes, clinics and other healthcare facilities are required by state, local and national electrical codes to have adequate emergency standby power systems that can be online within seconds of a utility outage to supply critical loads.
In our first issue of the year, we reveal the 2019 Facility Manager of the Year winner. But that's not all — we also take a look at data center site selection, cybersecurity, and hyperscale network architecture as we explore the cloud.