Health Facilities Management readers have a deep commitment to safety and maintaining the health care environment. ES News will provide greater access to our content in a mobile environment.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
With the role of maintaining a clean and safe environment taking on even more importance for hospitals, Health Facilities Management (HFM) is launching a new electronic newsletter in August.
HFM’s ES News will provide original reporting and contributed expert guidance from the profession’s top thought leaders in environmental services and infection prevention. Each edition will include in-depth coverage of topics such as:
- Industry research
- Cleaning and disinfection protocols
- Staff training and education
- Trends in health care
- And more.
In addition, ES News will provide readers with access to HFM’s original surveys, multimedia reports, columns and commentaries about the keys to providing patients, visitors and staff with a clean and safe environment.
“Health Facilities Management readers have a deep commitment to safety and maintaining the health care environment. ES News will provide greater access to our content in a mobile environment,” said Bob Kehoe, associate publisher.
ES News will publish six times per year, aimed at keeping ES directors, infection control specialists, facilities managers and others with a stake in environmental safety up to date on the latest trends in health care.
To subscribe, visit http://www.hfmmagazine.com and click on the subscribe link at the top of the home page.
Now in its 27th year of serving hospitals, Health Facilities Management is a publication of the American Hospital Association.
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