ASHE’s Energy to Care program helps participants improve energy management practices and reallocate energy resources into improving patient care. ASHE and the AHA are expanding the program by incorporating a real-time energy management solution. This panel discussion will discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly involved in the development and implementation of the technology. The panel will briefly discuss the development and implementation of the tool before moving on to a robust discussion of the benefits and challenges each panelist has seen when piloting the technology. The panelists will discuss how the tool helped them improve operations and facility management as well as the patient experience.
Identify lessons learned from the development and implementation of the new Energy to Care solution.
Explain best practices for implementing the new solution in health care facilities.
List key aspects of how this technology helped save energy, and how show how savings can be reallocated into patient care.
Discuss how using advanced technology can improve the patient experience.
MS, LEED AP BD+C,
Sustainability Program Manager,
Talisen Technologies, Energy to Care Partner
Manager of Operations, Facilities,
Advocate Condell Medical Center