The AHA’s American Society for Health Care Engineering last week presented its 2021 Crystal Eagle Leadership Award to Timothy Eugene Adams, program director for system environment of care and life safety at Indiana University Health, during its Annual Conference and Technical Exhibition in Nashville, Tenn. The award recognizes lifetime achievement and contributions to ASHE and the field of health care facility management.

Among other honorees, ASHE presented its President’s Award to Sean Goings, president of DAC Inc. in Houston for excellence in optimizing the health care physical environment. ASHE is an AHA professional membership group.

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