The Show Goes On: Sept. 18 Healthcare Facilities Symposium, Austin, TX

David Trask| September 12, 2017

Despite damages incurred by Harvey, the organizers of the Healthcare Facilities Symposium in Austin, TX have announced that the event is still scheduled as planned.

I will be at the ARC booth #100 with my team showing healthcare facilities professionals how they can access critical facility information within 30 seconds via any mobile device. As demonstrated by Hurricane Harvey’s destruction of businesses and buildings, quick access to facility information is an imperative business capability.

Join me in the Learning Lounge for my talk, Interactive Dashboards to Manage Facilities Information, from 10:30 to 11:00 AM on Tuesday, September 19th.

I will share a range of healthcare facilities topics, from healthcare compliance to emergency preparedness. Our focus will 

be how technology is revolutionizing the way healthcare facility managers access, update and share critical building information.

I’ll also show attendees how to centralize digital and physical paperwork into an organized information management system for every facility they own, occupy or manage.

The learning objectives covered in Interactive Dashboards to Manage Facilities Information include how:

  1.     To manage past, present and future renovations by consolidating every file into a central facility information repository for all your buildings.
  2.     To extract more productivity out of each day by spending no more than a few seconds finding facility information.
  3.     Leading healthcare providers are using improved information management systems for all facilities-related documentation to streamline workflows.
  4.     Facility managers and their team access critical building information on any device to shorten response times during emergencies.

As a valued member of our community, you can receive a complimentary Expo Plus Pass by visiting www.hcarefacilities.com and using VIP Code EXGUEST when registering.

Join architects, healthcare providers, facility managers, contractors, and engineers to learn how impactful healthcare facilities design and management can be.

As ARC continues to partner with healthcare facilities professionals, we remain committed to helping rebuild communities and support those in need. Learn more on our blog about what ARC is doing and what you could do to help those affected by Harvey.

I look forward to seeing you there!

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