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  • CM14B1-Behavioral-Based Energy Reduction

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/04/2014

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - During a pilot a case study was born. Ridgeview followed a step-by-step plan focused on gaining leadership support and buy-in, identifying and implementing no- and low-cost operational strategies, and utilizing tools and materials for employee awareness and engagement.

    Session Description

    During a pilot a case study was born. Ridgeview followed a step-by-step plan focused on gaining leadership support and buy-in, identifying and implementing no- and low-cost operational strategies, and utilizing tools and materials for employee awareness and engagement. With 15 months of data, the pilot results showed that a behavior energy program for health care can provide significant energy and cost savings without major financial investments on the part of the organization. RMC saved more than $75,000 and reduced overall energy use by 6 percent without negatively affecting patient comfort or safety. Today, this is grown to nearly 10 percent. In addition, an employee survey was conducted to determine how the program affected employee attitudes and behaviors. With nearly 400 of RMC's 1,575 employees responding, 89 percent are more likely to engage in energy saving behavior, 83 percent have a more positive attitude toward saving energy, 91 percent learned that individuals can have an impact on organizational energy costs.

    Presenters

    Todd Wilkening, CHFM, CHST, Director of Facility Services, Ridgeview Medical Center

    Pricing

    Member: $0  Non-member: $29

  • CM14B2-All on Board for Change: Implementing a Sustainable, Hospital-Wide RX Waster Program

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - Lead your facility to a new level of compliant and sustainable practices for managing pharmaceutical waste streams throughout your hospital to protect the environment and your bottom line.

    Session Description 

    Lead your facility to a new level of compliant and sustainable practices for managing pharmaceutical waste streams throughout your hospital to protect the environment and your bottom line. The session will focus on on-boarding, implementation and project management techniques for working with cross functional teams, including hospitals leadership, to shift the culture and mentality for managing waste and minimizing your facility's environmental footprint.

    Presenter

    Cristina DeVito, Sustainability Coordinator, Yale-New Haven Hospital | Gerry VanDomelen, Rx Regulatory Compliance Manager, Stericycle

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14B3-Gundersen Lutheran's Comprehensive Waste Management Success

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - Gundersen Health System has successfully created a comprehensive waste program, integrating laboratory, pharmaceutical, patient care, environmental health and services, and facility operation waste streams to reduce cost and environmental impact.

    Session Description

    Gundersen Health System has successfully created a comprehensive waste program, integrating laboratory, pharmaceutical, patient care, environmental health and services, and facility operation waste streams to reduce cost and environmental impact. Join Environmental Leadership Award Winning Gundersen Health System as they walk participants through their comprehensive waste program including strategies prevent food waste and reduce regulated waste volume by over 50 percent and savings of $100,000 annually among other tips for win-win material and waste management success.

    Presenters

    Eric Bashaw, CHMM, Comprehensive Waste Coordinator, Gundersen Health System

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14B5-Health Product Declaration: A Consistent Language for Product Ingredient Reporting

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - Building materials and furniture are complex. Understanding the health impacts of the products specified every day is even more complex. Join two well-known leaders in sustainable health care design and two sustainable leaders in the furniture and flooring product industries to learn more about the Health Product Declaration (HPD): an objective tool for accurate product content reporting and the relationship of product content to human and ecological health.

    Session Description

    Building materials and furniture are complex. Understanding the health impacts of the products specified every day is even more complex. Join two well-known leaders in sustainable health care design and two sustainable leaders in the furniture and flooring product industries to learn more about the Health Product Declaration (HPD): an objective tool for accurate product content reporting and the relationship of product content to human and ecological health. Attendees will learn how the HPD is integrated into building certification systems (LEED v4), product labels, and product assessments; and will have a deeper understanding of the critical importance of transparency.

    Presenters

    Jean Hansen, LEED AP, Sustainable Interiors Manager, Senior Professional Associate, HDR Architecture, Inc. | Russell Perry, LEED AP, Vice President, SmithGroupJJR | Tracy Backus, LEED AP, Director, Sustainable Programs, Teknion | Tim Cole, LEED AP, Director, Sustainable Programs, Forbo Flooring Systems

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14B7-Healthy Environment, Healthy Community

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - This session will focus on how members of the Catholic Health Association have worked with community members to improve community health by addressing environmental factors.

    Session Description

    This session will focus on how members of the Catholic Health Association have worked with community members to improve community health by addressing environmental factors. These facilities have engaged community members in the assessment of community needs and strengths and formed partnerships to implement environment-related activities, including neighborhood based community gardens and food markets, landscaping and beautification enterprises, development and restoration of walking trails, corner store food assessment and produce stocking options, and re-development of dilapidated properties for housing and economic development with social and ecological footprint considerations. All this has been pursued through community based leadership and collaboration among resident groups, anchor organizations, and city government entities.

    Presenters

    Edward Gerardo, Director, Community Commitment/Social Investments, Bon Secours Health System | Lois Sechrist, LEED AP ID+C, Senior Analyst, Facilities Resource Group, Ascension Health | Rachelle Wenger, Director, Public Policy & Community Advocacy, Dignity Healt

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14C1-Toward a Greener Operating Room: The Cleveland Clinic Experience

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/04/2014

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - A multidisciplinary panel, including representatives from administration, supply chain, facilities as well as a general surgery resident from a leading health system will present action oriented strategies and organizational approaches toward Greening the OR.

    Session Description

    A multidisciplinary panel, including representatives from administration, supply chain, facilities as well as a general surgery resident from a leading health system will present action oriented strategies and organizational approaches toward Greening the OR.

    Presenters

    Christopher Parkinson, Administrator, Surgical Operations | Stepfanie Baddour, Analyst, Supply Chain Management, Cleveland Clinic | Paul Slebodnik, Director, Facilities Management, Cleveland Clinic | Sofya Asfaw, MD, General Surgery Resident, Cleveland Clinic

    Pricing

    Member:$ 0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14C2-Health Care Resilience in a Changing Climate

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - This session will discuss the impacts of climate change on healthcare organizations; explore ways to reduce the contributory impact of the health care sector to these phenomena; and propose long term strategies and short term implementation plans to make the delivery of health care services more resilient in the face of these challenges.

    Session Description

    This session will discuss the impacts of climate change on healthcare organizations; explore ways to reduce the contributory impact of the health care sector to these phenomena; and propose long term strategies and short term implementation plans to make the delivery of health care services more resilient in the face of these challenges. This session will provide a summary of the presentations and discussion in the pre-conference workshop of the same name, and, although recommended, it is NOT necessary for participants to have attended the pre-conference workshop.

    Presenters

    John Balbus, Senior Advisor for Public Health, HHS/NIH | Sarah Slaughter, PhD, President and Executive Director, Built Environment Coalition | Robin Guenther, Principal and Sustainable Healthcare Design Leader, Perkins+Will | Hubert Murray, FAIA, RIBA, Manager of Sustainable Initiatives, Partners HealthCare

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14C3-Inhaled Anesthetics: Big Problem and Big Solutions

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - The health care industry accounts for 8 percent of United States greenhouse gas (GHG) production. This estimate does not, however, account for inhaled anesthetics which are potent greenhouse gases. New Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) research shows that inhaled anesthetics are responsible for the single most significant environmental footprint within the operating room, and may account for as much as a staggering 1 percent of the health care industry's total GHG production.

    Session Description 

    The health care industry accounts for 8 percent of United States greenhouse gas (GHG) production. This estimate does not, however, account for inhaled anesthetics which are potent greenhouse gases. New Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) research shows that inhaled anesthetics are responsible for the single most significant environmental footprint within the operating room, and may account for as much as a staggering 1 percent of the health care industry's total GHG production. Left unmitigated, the costs of a "business as usual" attitude will contribute to the worsening of public health and increase the demand for health services. While environmental public health benefits are not tangibly felt, opportunities exist to reduce the environmental impacts of anesthesia practice and maintain high standards of care. In addition to the latest research explaining the overall contribution of inhaled anesthetics to U.S. greenhouse gas production, mitigation strategies will be reviewed including different Waste Anesthetic Gas (WAG) capturing systems, as well as strategies for alterations in clinical practices.

    Presenters

    Jodi Sherman, MD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Yale University, School of Medicine | James Berry, MD, Professor of Anesthesiology, Vanderbilt University Medical School

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14C4-Building Community Partnerships to Advance Sustainability and Promote Healthier Communities

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - Partnerships with community organizations can help advance sustainability efforts within a hospital and build healthier communities.

    Session Description

    Partnerships with community organizations can help advance sustainability efforts within a hospital and build healthier communities. In this session, a physician, a dietitian, and a human resources professional will share their strategies and experience building community partnerships with examples of how such partnerships have advanced sustainability within their organizations, engaged employees and promoted healthier patients, staff and communities.

    Presenters

    Amy Collins, MD, MetroWest Medical Center | Stacia Clinton, RD. LDN, Regional Director, Healthy Food in Health Care Program, Health Care Without Harm | Debbi Perkul, Senior Workforce Development Professional, University Hospitals, Cleveland, Ohio

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14C5-Healthy Interiors: Advancing Transparency and Safer Chemicals in Hospital Furnishings

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - Healthy interiors can contribute to healthier workplaces and to reduced patient exposures. Reducing harmful chemicals in furnishings is an important part of a move to healthy interiors. Health care leaders are increasingly seeking products with a safer environmental profile to meet environmental and safety goals.

    Session Description

    Healthy interiors can contribute to healthier workplaces and to reduced patient exposures. Reducing harmful chemicals in furnishings is an important part of a move to healthy interiors. Health care leaders are increasingly seeking products with a safer environmental profile to meet environmental and safety goals. And progressive business leaders are recognizing the broader benefits to their companies of reducing hazards through the life cycle of a product. To achieve these goals, health care organizations are increasing disclosure requirements for the chemical and material ingredients in the products they purchase and are favoring products that avoid chemicals of concern where available. Purchasers have relied upon a number of tools and materials standards to help guide their decisions, including the Health Product Declaration, LEED credits, the ANSI/BIFMA Furniture Sustainability Standard, and, more recently, the Healthy Hospitals Initiative Safer Chemicals Healthy Interiors Challenge – Healthy Interiors focus area. Transparency and disclosure requests have driven supplier education, a more informed marketplace, and safer materials and products. In this session, leading furniture manufacturers will discuss their experience with various tools and standards, and discuss the role of transparency and reformulation requirements and standards in driving changes in their supply chain.

    Presenters

    Tammy Ayers, CPT, Manager, Materials Chemistry Strategy & Practice | Mike Werner, PhD, Senior Sustainability Engineer, Haworth Inc.