Are your Hospital Air Conditioners Up to Par?

Your patients’ comfort doesn’t have to cost you exorbitantly. MDM Healthcare offers hospital air conditioners designed for both comfort and savings.

What has the world come to when Punxatawney Phil gets indicted for fraud? The unseasonably frigid weather in many parts of the country has people everywhere railing against the rodent who traditionally predicts the onset of spring by whether he sees his shadow on February 2. The Groundhog Day prediction was that springtime weather would come early this year, but wintry conditions continue nearly two months later.

All the weather talk has many considering whether their air conditioning and heating systems are up to par. If it’s time your hospital or healthcare facility upgraded, take a look at MDM Healthcare. We offer top-of-the-line hospital air conditioning systems designed for ultimate comfort for your patients and employees, and savings for your business.

Our top seller is the GE 4100 Series PTAC, considered the most energy-efficient PTAC in the industry. Digital controls, two fan motors and electronic temperature limiting all help deliver a comfortable climate while saving you money. Plus, Heat and Freeze Sentinel technology protects unoccupied rooms from excessive heat in the summer and freezing temperatures in the winter.

Ready to upgrade your hospital’s air conditioning and heating system? Call MDM Healthcare at 800-673-0929.

Community Engagement Can Help Boost Your Hospital’s Bottom Line and Much More, Study Shows

Benefits of Community Engagement
Community engagement can significantly boost your hospital’s revenues, patient satisfaction scores and much more.

Want to boost your hospital or healthcare facility’s quality of care, satisfaction scores and revenue? Pick up the phone and get connected with your community, say researchers with the American Hospital Association. Recent studies show that engaging community players can significantly boost not only your hospital’s image, but many of its operations as well.

A recent study shows that community support and engagement can lends big help in multiple ways, including raising funds for new programs, services and expansion projects, and gaining support for tax measures and hospital-wide changes. But the benefits go beyond fundraising and friend-raising.

Study results showed fewer medication errors, patient satisfaction scores and fewer rehospitalizations, particularly among Medicare patients, in hospitals that deeply engaged community members. And each of those benefits helps to reduce costs and improve a hospital’s image. A better image of course leads to more patients choosing your hospital for treatment of their health issues.

Among the ways that many hospitals engage community members is creating focus groups to help make decisions on issues including staffing, development of new services and outreach projects, and steering committees to implement and direct such initiatives.

How does your hospital connect with and engage community members for the benefit of your patients? Post your thoughts on the MDM Healthcare Facebook Fan Page.