Even bathrooms at federal buildings use a lot of water when toliets are flushed. The amount of water used per flushed could be decreased.
Lights do not need to be left on all the time. The office could install motion detectors that switch power off of lights (or electrical outlets) 2 hours after movement has stopped. Items still plugged into an outlet... more »
Paper copies of Journals such as "U. S. Medicine" and "Federal Practitioner" are automatically distributed to all physicians employed by the government. Making these Journals available online instead of mailing paper copies could save a lot money. I suspect that a lot of physicians may not even read these journals. I believe that a lot of these journals go directly to the recycle bin or trash.
Save the government time & money! We can even reduce privacy violations by eliminating the need for information to be recorded or transferred via paper.
This can be accomplished in the following ways:
-Discontinue use of paper encounters which record information when a patient checks in for an appointment by implementing an electronic device(lap top, tough book, ipad) to record this information... more »