ASHE makes successful return to in-person conferences

The American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) wrapped its 58th annual conference last week with its longstanding Just Ask ASHE forum. The six-person panel ended the four-day conference with a discussion on health care sustainability and decarbonization.

The panel delved into the global shifts concerning environmental sustainability and how that impacts health care. It also fielded questions from the audience before capping ASHE’s successful return to in-person conferences since the beginning of the pandemic.

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