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    Nicole Rupersburg

    Nicole Rupersburg is a content and conference producer for influence group focused on education healthcare and hospitality. She also is a frequent freelance writer covering food, travel, arts, culture, and what-have-you.
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    Better Air in Healthcare

    David Schurk, director of healthcare and applied engineering markets at Global Plasma Solutions, has been in the air, heating, and ventilation industry for 40 years now, starting as a commercial sales engineer and working his way up through the...

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    The Future of AI in Healthcare Construction

    Artificial intelligence in construction is poised to become a $2.3 billion industry by 2025, up from $467 million in 2019. But with this kind of exponential growth in this sector comes plenty of questions – not to mention doubts.

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    Aligning Facilities with the Clinical and Strategic Mission

    Teamwork is making the dream work at Jefferson Health. Complex construction projects, like the nearly $800 million Specialty Care Pavilion that Jefferson Health is currently developing in Philadelphia, require an extraordinary amount of...

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    The Evolution of the Healthcare Command Center

    Smart buildings need smart solutions for connected networks and building controls. A command center brings it all together.

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    What Remote Work Means for the Future of Healthcare Facilities

    Remote working, working from home, telecommuting – whatever you want to call it, love it or hate, it's going to be with us for the foreseeable future.

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    What the Rise in Telehealth Means for the Future of Facilities

    At the beginning of this year, telehealth was still in its infancy. Now it is an essential component of healthcare services, and will continue to be so even in the post-pandemic future—to the tune of upwards of $250 billion. And while telehealth...

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