Technical Aspects of a Healthcare Metering System
Today’s typical electrical system is comprised of a complex network of generators, switchgear, automatic transfer switches, etc. This network serves power to complex systems such as computer servers, patient digital records, MRIs, CTs, security, systems and more. Power monitoring systems are now necessary to properly manage the electrical system.
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Verifying the Health of Back Up or Emergency Power Batteries
Hamot Medical Center - Erie, Pennyslvania
The key to power system improvement hinges on facility managers’ ability to record the electromagnetic phenomena that can cause disruptions in facilities. To do that, they need a power monitoring system with an easy to use software platform for instant retrieval and analysis of data. And by connecting monitors to an entire energy system, the user can identify the patterns of consumption that will help them control costs.
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Beaumont Hospital Emergency Power System - Royal Oak, Michigan
The Joint Commission standard requires documentation proving the reliability of a facility’s emergency power system. Meeting this requirement can be very time- and labor-intensive for a hospital’s staff, as it covers rigorous testing of on-site generation, power control and power transfer equipment.
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Helen Hayes Hospital - West Haverstraw, New York
The key to power system improvement hinges on facility managers’ ability to record the electromagnetic phenomena that can cause disruptions in facilities. To do that, they need a power monitoring system with an easy to use software platform for instant retrieval and analysis of data.
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St. John's Healthcare Gains Control Of Their Power
Veteran Affairs Medical Center - Nashville, Tennessee
Arduous switching, testing and recording of generator test results are almost a distant memory for the VA’s operations people at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Nashville,Tennessee. Using the VA’s Powerlogic power monitoring system, the VA’s electrical engineer, now can expediently and accurately prove the reliability of their Emergency Power Supply System.
Blog - Joint Commission: 10 Most Cited Healthcare Facility Standards
The Environment of Care and Life Safety standards that appeared among the 10 most cited standards during Joint Commission hospital surveys in the first half of 2011. They haven't changed much since 2011. We just aren't getting these right but we can.
Blog - When electrical power is needed most, or when it rains it pours
Ever notice how healthcare facilities are classic plot devices in many disaster films? They’re cast as either places to avoid – as in most zombie movies – or as places of refuge, where the characters work hard to overcome the odds. If I had the choice, I think I’d make a hospital my place of refuge.