AHE Announces New Education Platform for Professionals Caring for Healthcare Environments


The Association for the Healthcare Environmental (AHE) of the American Hospital Association announces their new ENGAGE Platform with Clorox Healthcare, a longstanding AHE partner committed to advancing the professional development of environmental services professionals.

AHE members can take advantage of free education programs from the Association for the Healthcare Environment.  After listening to the membership, the AHE board made a unanimous decision at last years annual conference to offer free education to members as part of their dues with a modest increase.  Thanks to the generous support from Clorox Healthcare, AHE members can take advantage of seven online courses, including two new courses, Ultimate Scores for the Ultimate Experience: How Improving Patient Satisfaction Will Improve HCAHPS and Lean Management System and nine on-demand webcasts from well-known environmental services leaders.

Information on how to access these educational opportunities is posted on the AHE website at www.ahe.org/. Members must register or sign in to the website and add their membership number before accessing this information.  Become a member today to take advantage of this limited opportunity.

AHE and Clorox Healthcare are making this offer available beginning Jan. 1, 2013 and ending on Dec. 31, 2013.

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