COVID-19 Prompts ASHE Summit Cancellation
In light of the latest COVID-19 developments and the unprecedented and still growing demand for health care, construction and architecture organizations at this time, the American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) has made the decision to cancel the 2020 PDC Summit.
ASHE says the decision to cancel the event was in the best interest of not only its attendees and exhibitors, but also the patients and healthcare facilities they serve.
“We made the decision to cancel the 2020 PDC Summit after much discussion and deliberation,” says Dale Woodin, interim executive director of ASHE. “Many health care, construction and architecture organizations have implemented travel restrictions for employees and a large number of PDC Summit registrants must remain on site as they work to ensure health care facilities continue to operate safely during this uncertain time.”
All 2020 PDC Summit attendees will receive further information regarding registration cancellation options via email by March 20. Exhibitors can expect to receive a similar email by March 20.
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