ASHE 2023 Annual Conference

Posted by Entech Engineering on Tuesday, June 20, 2023

ASHE 2023

American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) 

Join us at ASHE 2023 where we’ll be hosting a fireside chat with Penn Medicine’s Frank Connelly. Hear a first-hand account of how the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) is proactively assessing and addressing risk through comprehensive analyses of their facilities' visible and nonvisible systems. See how they are using live data to support their maintenance operations and capital planning budgetary requests to keep projects on schedule. Learn how that data has influenced their strategies to address unexpected failure risk.

Then visit Bryan and Michael - aka “The Fireside Guys” - at Booth #344!

ASHE Annual Conference & Technical Exhibition | ASHE

Entech/Penn Medicine's Presentation

What’s Behind Your Walls? Assessing System Failure Risk

Monday, August 7th, 2023

9:45-10:45 AM | ASHE23-1005

Bryan Haag, PE, CEM, LEED AP, Principal: Director of Utility, Energy, and Facility Condition Assessments, Entech Engineering, Inc.

Francis (Frank) Connelly, Assistant Executive Hospital Director, Penn Medicine - Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

Few events can be more devastating to your healthcare facility operation than large-scale failure of your mechanical or utility systems. Largely unseen, these systems can be overlooked and underestimated. Planned maintenance shutdowns are disruptive to the budget, bed availability, and primary mission of patient care, but an unanticipated breakdown has the potential to be disastrous.
Join us to learn about a capital planning and budgeting strategy that Frank has employed at Penn Medicine’s Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP). Facilities Managers, Corporate Healthcare Administrators, and Finance Officers, whether serving a large hospital system or an individual campus, will find value in learning about HUP’s advancement through risk analysis and data-driven decisions in facilities management and capital planning.

Bryan Haag Photo
Bryan Haag, PE
Frank Connelly Photo
Frank Connelly

Entech Exhibit – Booth #344
“The Fireside Guys”

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Gather ‘round the campfire to talk s’more with Bryan and Michael– we’d love to hear about your hospital facility and utility systems concerns.

Bryan Haag Photo
Bryan Haag, PE
Michael Brennan Photo
Michael Brennan

Categories: Buildings & Campus

Tagged: Facility Condition Assessment (FCA)  |  Facility Planning & Management

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