The AHA’s American Society for Health Care Engineering has launched two new programs for 2020. ASHE Academy, which will be held twice a year in different locations, provides an intensive learning environment led by experienced leaders in health care facility management. The 2020 events are set for May 4-8 in Nashville and Nov. 9-13 in Las Vegas. In addition, ASHE will host five Education Showcases next year in Chicago, where attendees can expand skill sets and network with health care peers. For specific dates and to register, visit ashe.org/academy#showcase.

 

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