Guides/Reports

Jun 15, 2020
MEMBERS MUST LOGIN TO VIEW AND ACCESS THE REPORT This report explores how participation in AHE professional membership has driven the performance and career advancement of our members.
Apr 10, 2020
  Members must login to view and access the report. The Association for the Health Care Environment (AHE) created its Certified Healthcare Environmental Services Technician (CHEST) training program using an innovative, cost-effective model, in which facilities select representatives from…
Dynamic Page

Marketing Yourself

May 24, 2019
This documents gives guidance on how to market yourself through networking, making connections, preparing for calls, getting past gatekeepers, and achieving great outcomes.
Dynamic Page

AHE Trends Data Survey

Sep 24, 2018
Every year AHE conducts an annual survey to track ongoing trends in the environmental services and health care industries. This summary report includes an overview of data collected from the last five surveys conducted.
Dynamic Page

Hospital Beds

Dec 6, 2017
The efforts of the FDA and the Hospital Bed Safety Workgroup have culminated in FDA's release of Hospital Bed System Dimensional and Assessment Guidance to Reduce Entrapment. This guidance provides recommendations for manufacturers of new hospital beds and for facilities with existing beds (…
Dec 6, 2017
Safety concerns and recommendations to help health care providers, health care facility staff, and caregivers ensure hospital bed mattress covers are safe for use in health care settings.
Apr 11, 2017
Suggestions for interviewers including guidelines on interview questions and regulations governing pre-employment inquiries.
Apr 11, 2017
Health Facilities Management (HFM), the American Society for Healthcare Engineering and the Association for the Healthcare Environment of the American Hospital Association surveyed a random sample of 14,112 hospital department managers to learn about trends in health care compensation. The response…
Apr 11, 2017
This document strives to follow the AHA footsteps and the Health for Life initiative. The resource is directed at EVS professionals to make the business case for quality while using the Six Aims for Improvement as drivers for departmental operations.