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Papadopoulos, Ioannis
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2015-06-18T08:58:37Z
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2015-09-27T05:57:56Z
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2015-06-18
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/403
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Building Healthy Hospitals and their relation with Medical Tourism Trend
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masterThesis
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Health facilities--Administration
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heal.keyword
Hospitals--Administration
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heal.keyword
Health Promotion
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Hospitals--Health promotion services
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Medical tourism
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Hospitals--Energy conservation
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Dissertations, Academic
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en
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free
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School of Science and Technology, MSc in Energy Systems
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2013-10
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Papadopoulos, Ioannis, 2013, Building healthy hospitals and their relation with medical tourism trend , Master's Dissertation, International Hellenic University
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The goal of this dissertation is to evaluate the key green building strategies that can be implemented in hospital/medical units in order to enhance their energy and environmental performance and to assess their impact on medical tourism trend. With the successful completion of the dissertation, we will attain valuable skills in implementing green building certification schemes and evaluating their economic performance. This discussion draft is to develop new programmes for health systems that will contribute to reducing hospital’s own greenhouse gas emissions. Global competition is emerging in the health care industry. In addition, I would like to thank Dr. Dimitris Anastaselos, Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, for his input and guidance throughout the duration of implementation of the work presented.
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CONTENTS................................................................................................................ 3 1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................ 8 2 GREEN BUILDING & ENERGY PERFORMANCE-GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF GREEN BUILDING .................................................................. 12 2.1 GREEN BUILDING DESIGN IN GREECE THROUGH TIME ...................................... 12 2.2 THE CONCEPT OF ENERGY BALANCE IN BUILDINGS ......................................... 18 2.3 THE ROLE OF GREEN BUILDING DESIGN .......................................................... 21 2.4 OPTIMIZATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF SOLAR RADIATION GUIDANCE ................ 23 2.4.1 The Building Cover .......................................................................... 24 2.4.2 Solar Constructions .......................................................................... 25 2.4.3 Passive and Active Systems .............................................................. 26 2.4.3.1 Basic Operationg Principles of Passive Systems ............................... 27 2.5 Materials of Passive Systems ............................................................ 29 2.5.1 Transparent Materials Collecting Solar Radiation ........................... 29 2.5.2 Heat Storage Materials .................................................................... 30 2.6 CLASSIFICATION OF PASSIVE SYSTEMS IN RELATION TO THE PHYSICAL CONFIIGURATION OF SYSTEM ELEMETS ................................................................... 31 2.7 DESCRIPTION OF PASSIVE SYSTEMS ................................................................ 34 2.7.1 Direct or Indirect Solar Gain ........................................................... 34 2.7.2 Thermal Storage Wall....................................................................... 35 2.8 GREENHOUSE OR SOLAR SPACE ...................................................................... 36 2.9 SELECTION OF PASSIVE SYSTEMS: ADVANTAGES AND DISACVANTAGES ........... 39 2.9.1 System of Direct Gains ..................................................................... 39 2.9.2 Heat Storage Wall ............................................................................ 40 2.9.3 Attached Greenhouse ........................................................................ 41 2.9.4 Heat Storage Roof ............................................................................ 41 2.9.5 Air Collectors ................................................................................... 42 2.10 ENERGY DESIGN IN EXISTING BUILDINGS ....................................................... 42 Building Healthy Hospitals and their relation with Medical Tourism trend November 2013 Page iv 3 HEALTHY HOSPITALS ................................................................................... 44 3.1 ENERGY PERFORMANCE LEGISLATIONS & STANDARDIZATION ........................ 46 3.2 SAVING AND SUBSTITUTION OF ENERGY IN HOSPITALS .................................... 50 3.3 METHODS FOR SAVING ENERGY IN HOSPITALS ................................................ 56 3.4 A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT ON THE BASIS OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION ......... 57 3.4.1 Integrated Design and HVAC Systems .............................................. 58 3.4.2 Compressed Air ................................................................................ 63 3.4.3 Steam ............................................................................................... 66 3.4.4 Lighting ............................................................................................ 70 3.4.5 Cogeneration.................................................................................... 72 3.5 GREEN@HOSPITAL: A GREEK INTEREST PROGRAM ........................................ 77 3.6 A EXAMPLES OF BEST AND GOOD SAVINGS PRACTICES OF ENERGY IN EUROPEAN HOSPITALS............................................................................................................. 80 3.7 ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES IN HOSPITALS ............................................... 95 3.7.1 BuildingCovering ............................................................................. 96 3.7.2 Combined Boiler-Burner .................................................................. 97 3.7.3 Cooling Air Conditioning ................................................................. 98 3.7.4 Distribution Networks of Fluid Conditioning .................................. 100 3.7.5 Installation of Hot Water Distribution ............................................ 103 3.7.6 Installation of Steam Distribution ................................................... 103 3.7.7 Installing Artificial Lighting ........................................................... 104 3.7.8 Electric Movement.......................................................................... 105 3.8 INFERENCE ................................................................................................. 105 4 MEDICAL TOURISM ..................................................................................... 108 4.1 STUDY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEDICAL TOURISM ................................. 112 4.2 FACTORS THAT PUSHING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEDICAL TOURISM ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ.4 4.3 AGGREGATES AND TRENDS ..... ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ.6 4.4 SYSTEM SERVICES .................. ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ.9 4.5 STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION OFHEALTH SERVICES- THE GREEK CASE OF STUDY ............................................. ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ.9 4.6 FACTORS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SPECIFIC PRODUCTS IN MEDICAL TOURISM ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ. Building Healthy Hospitals and their relation with Medical Tourism trend November 2013 Page v 4.7 CERTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS ................... ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ. 4.8 CROSSBORADRED HEALTHCARE IN THE E.U. ........ ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ. 4.9 INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES FOR THE CROSSBORDER HEALTHCARE .... ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ. 4.10 SUMMARY OF STRATEGY .......... ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ. 4.11 EXPERTISE IN MEDICAL TOURISM PRODUCTS ....... ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ. 4.12 INTEGRATED MEDICAL TOURISM IN LOCAL NETWORKS ......ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ. 4.13 FINANCIAL BENEFIT.................. ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ. 5 CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK ........... ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ. 6 REFRENCES ...................... ΣΦΑΛΜΑ! ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΟΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΣΕΛΙΔΟΔΕΙΚΤΗΣ
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heal.advisorName
Anastaselos, Dr. Dimitris
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heal.committeeMemberName
Anastaselos
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Prof. Papadopoulos
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Dr. Martinopoulos
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School of Science &Technology, Master of Science (MSc) in Energy Systems
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ihu
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