Hospital foodservice management on a good day is fraught with enough variables to keep directors on their toes. Now, imagine the electricity goes out—for weeks. That was just one of the scenarios about 200 members of the National Society for Healthcare Foodservice Management, or HFM, envisioned during a recent Web-based seminar designed to help participants in their disaster planning.The program, titled “Protecting Your Facility From Natural Disasters and ...
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