Health Facilities Management to Join ASHE | ASHE




Contact: Eliana Munro


October 4, 2017

CHICAGO –Health Facilities Management magazine is becoming part of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE), a personal membership group of the American Hospital Association.
ASHE will be combining HFM magazine and digital newsletters with its existing communications, with the first editions of ASHE’s Health Facilities Management coming out in January 2018. The change will create a robust publication covering the latest trends, best practices, research, and news for the field.
In addition to the print and digital editions of Health Facilities Management magazine, ASHE’s HFM media will include three electronic newsletters featuring information and resources related to facility management; planning, design, and construction; and environmental services. ASHE will be collaborating with the Association for the Healthcare Environment (AHE) to create the Environmental Services newsletter and environmental services information for the magazine.

“This transition will allow us to streamline our current communications while continuing to offer timely, relevant and robust content,” said ASHE Executive Director PJ Andrus, MBA, CAE. “Additionally, this new platform increases our ability to highlight new tools, resources and benefits for ASHE members, as well as expand the number of continuing education units members can earn just by reading the magazine.”
Advertisers interested in the new publications can download the 2018 media kit with more information on promotional opportunities.


About ASHE
ASHE is a professional membership group of the American Hospital Association. More than 12,500 members rely on ASHE as a key source of professional development, industry information and advocacy, including representation on key issues that affect their work in the physical health care environment. For more information about ASHE, contact 312-422-3800 or visit

About Health Facilities Management media
With a circulation of more than 40,000, Health Facilities Management provides key information for health care facility managers, senior hospital leaders, architects, construction professionals, and others involved in the health care physical environment. Nearly 85 percent of readers are involved in buying decisions, and nearly 80 percent of readers have taken action as a result of seeing an HFM ad.