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HFM November 2014
HFM November 2014

HFM examines designs for baby boomers. Also in this issue: construction vibration, designing for technology, building automation, succession planning and ES customer service.

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ES Department of the Year
2014 Environmental Services Department of the Year

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston and Wentworth-Douglass Hospital in Dover, N.H., win this year’s award by fighting infection and improving the patient experience.

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Surface Safety
Best practices in surface and medical device disinfection

This series explores how to create safer patient environments by optimizing cleaning and disinfection practices.

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HFM Magazine Archives
HFM MAGAZINE ARCHIVES

Check out complete back issues of HFM in our archive directory.

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HFM Interiors
HFM Interiors

HFM's Interior design articles focused on the health care environment of care.

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Editor's Picks

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Easy access

Hospitals build a new generation of ambulatory care facilities

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Speed to market

Hospitals tap modular construction to meet building demand

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Light wave

Energy savings, long life and quality of light drive LED options

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Popular Articles

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Boomers put new demands on health care design

Hospitals respond to a generation used to being in control

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Smarter integration of building controls

Automation system innovations lead to advanced applications

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Monitoring construction vibration

Protecting sensitive spaces and equipment from interference

11.05.2014 by Jeffrey A. Zapfe, Marc S. Newmark
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Inside HFM

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Meeting a new challenge

Ebola virus puts Health Facilities Management's readers on the front lines

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Interview

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Interview with industry veteran Leo Gehring

Changing health care delivery impacts facility managers

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ES News

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Combating the Ebola virus

Online resources can help hospital environmental services leaders

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Upfront

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Health care systems seek flame-retardant-free furniture

Providers announce plans to move away from treated furnishings

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Solutions

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Solutions

Vendors offer a wide selection of new products and equipment for the health care environment

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Last Detail

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Bringing nature indoors

Boston cancer institute builds two-story indoor garden for patients and staff

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Design News

Design News
Technology and patient-centered design

Integrating modern care and a comfortable environment

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Infrastructure News

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Sustainability can cut costs and improve care

Leading hospitals experience numerous benefits of green investments

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