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Is Natural Gas a HC Facilities Gold Rush?

July 19, 2013


A strong undercurrent is growing for energy alternatives to electricity. Reasons for energy diversification away from electricity are quite established—efficiency, supply disruption risk management, disaster preparation, cost—to name a few. There are progressive¬†green energy ideas for healthcare, as well as more established choices like natural gas. Even with natural gas, the question is: ¬†how much […]

Code Minimums Not Enough

July 2, 2013


I further clarified my position on disaster preparedness for healthcare in this blog post for Haskell. The bottom line: code minimums are not enough, especially when lives depend on a 24/7 hospital—not a 72-hour hospital. For links on my related disaster and infrastructure posts: Cogen power and medical records HC data / systems disaster prep […]