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Web-based Audio Interviews Keep Environment of Care Managers Up-to-Date on Key EC Compliance Issues
Date:2/24/2009

NEEDHAM, Mass., Feb. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Environment of Care managers can now quickly and easily access practical tips to better achieve and maintain their organization's environment of care (EC) compliance with the launch of a new series of brief, web-based audio interviews with EC experts called "EC Bits."

EC Bits audio interviews, free to play or download at http://www.eheinc.com/ec_bits.htm feature expert advice to help keep EC managers up-to-date on key EC issues and with achieving and managing environment of care compliance.

"EC Bits are presented in a format that is very accessible to today's on-the-go healthcare management professionals," said Kevin Coghlan, M.S., C.I.H., EC Bits host, and EH&E's Director of EH&S Compliance and Strategic Support.

Each interview is approximately 8 to 10 minutes in length and is free to play or download at http://www.eheinc.com/ec_bits.htm.

Topics are updated regularly. Current interviews include "Common Pitfalls of Implementing the 2009 EM Standards: The 96 Hour Rule," "The Joint Commissions' 2008/2009 Updates to the Environment of Care Standards," and "Managing Infection Control in Healthcare During Construction."

EC Bits is presented by Environmental Health & Engineering, Inc. (EH&E, www.eheinc.com), a consulting firm with more than 20 years of healthcare regulatory compliance experience. Access EC Bits on th
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