While our in-person User Conference had to be postponed this year, we are excited to introduce the FSI User Experience. This Webinar series features inspiring customers, knowledgeable FSI staff and dynamic guest speakers.
Leveraging data to make informed decisions
October 15, 2020, 1:00pm-2:00pm
Learn how WVU Healthcare utilizes CMS Analytics to develop cost saving maintenance strategies and CMS Clipboard to provide visibility and trending on routine mechanical tours.
Presenter: Rob Boyce, CHFM Manager, Facilities Manager
2020 Topics for Healthcare Life Safety
October 19, 2020, 2:00pm-3:00pm
Join this session to learn about the changes and hot issues for 2020 regarding Life Safety in Healthcare Facilities. Learn how Covid is affecting inspections and what new areas you may need to focus on.
Presenter: Colin McKay Supervisor, Life Safety RPA, A Jensen Hughes Company
Clinical Engineering Asset Standardization
October 27, 2020, 1:00pm-2:00pm
In this webinar, we’ll review the step by step process you can follow in order to standardize your asset data. As a result, you’ll improve the management of your assets, helping you to ensure consistent PM scheduling and identify service trends.
Presenters: Kevin Sales Executive FSI
Charles Implementation Project Manager FSI
Increasing the value of your Inspection, Testing and Maintenance (ITM) program
October 28, 2020, 1:00pm-2:00pm
Wouldn’t it be nice if your asset categories could tell you what procedures are needed? And if these procedures aligned with NFPA, CMS and the TJC EPs? And if they got updated once the code changed? Our partner Enstoa has developed exactly that. Using the set of asset categories, that ASHE and the FGI recently standardized, Enstoa developed a set of maintenance procedures for healthcare, that cover regulatory compliance and all major pieces of equipment. This presentation provides an overview of the newly standardized Asset Categorization Schema, and how the library of ITM procedures can help your organization to simplify how you run your Inspections, Testing and Maintenance.
Presenter: Matthias Ebinger, Senior Director, Digital Solutions/Enstoa
Indiana Non-Profit Receives Helpful Software From Pittsburgh-Based Facilities Management Company.
FSI is teaming up with a not-for-profit organization in Indiana to provide them with complimentary Custom Maintenance Software (CMS) necessary for maintaining and improving their hospitals.
D5 Hospital Preparedness Planning Committee Inc. is an organization with a mission to ensure all hospitals in Indiana’s District 5 develop, maintain, refine, and to the extent achievable, enhance the capacities of their healthcare systems, and for exercising and improving preparedness plans for all hazards including pandemic influenza. D5 HPPC services 8 counties and 41 hospitals in the state of Indiana preparing for times of crisis, emergency and disaster.
Helping non-profit organizations is nothing new to FSI as they have also maintained an incredible relationship with the globally recognized CURE.org
“When I started this company back in 2002 I didn’t just want to earn money. I wanted to help people while earning money,” said Founder and President of FSI, Joseph Serwinski.
“Our partnership with D5 HPPC is an exciting way that FSI can contribute to making the Indiana hospitals more efficient while maintaining the excellent level of care that they have always provided to their patients,” Serwinski explained.
D5 HPPC is further connected to its parent organization the D5 Healthcare Coalition (D5 HCC).
The District 5 Healthcare Coalition is a network of healthcare organizations within Indiana’s District 5 that have a mission to support medical and healthcare entities prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters.
The partnership between FSI and D5 HPPC is sure to be another example of what can happen when “for-profit” companies take an active role in supporting non-profit organizations.