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Attaining the Ideal Healthcare Capital Construction Project
HTS has been an Attainia partner for five years now, beginning with the UCSF Mission Bay project in 2014 where the Attainia-FitUp connection was first utilized to provide seamless nightly updates of project data from Attainia to FitUp. We are pleased to share Attainia's latest white paper on "Attaining the Ideal Health
Travel Tips from Our Project Teams
Our team is constantly on the move, hopping from one plane to the next, from one project this week to another in the next week or two. As such, they have gained some incredible insights on traveling comfortably, adjusting to different time zones, and waking up refreshed and ready to tackle the week. Feel free to use these tips for you
UCSD Jacobs Medical Center Honored at ASHE Conference
HTS congratulates UCSD Jacobs Medical Center as one of the recipients of the prestigious Vista Awards presented during the ASHE Conference held in March. The Vista Award for New Construction is presented to an organization that has constructed a new facility essentially from the ground up. The new facility may be connected to an exist
Mount Carmel Grove City Completes Day in the Life #2
Mount Carmel Grove City successfully completed its second Day in the Life scenario simulation event. Everyone did amazing work, and we are confident the staff will be just as awesome when they finally activate their hospital. We are equally proud of our team – HTS Project Manager Cindy Smith, Project Director Melanie Viquez, Pro
HTS Congratulates NY Presbyterian Partners for Recent Recognition
NewYork-Presbyterian recently shared that its two partners in patient care and physician training, Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and Weill Cornell Medicine have been named among the 2020 top ten medical schools in the U.S. for research and primary care by U.S. News & World Report. HTS extend
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