Zasti ATOM AI
for Healthcare Providers
10 Billion Healthcare
Health Systems impact on climate change
The constant and intensive operational expectations placed on healthcare result in major sectoral contributions to the problem of climate change. Nearly 10 percent of the total GHG emissions share of the US is attributable to healthcare — this is greater than the total emissions of the United Kingdom.
Climate change has negative impacts on air quality, food and water quality and supply and contributes to increasingly frequent and intense extreme weather events. These are factors that directly affect the state of human health.
Working towards a Net-zero Emission
Accomplishing a net-zero rating is extremely challenging in today’s market demanding commitment, consistency, and resourcefulness.
Many professional medical societies are committed to supporting sustainable models for the healthcare and pharma industries.
Devising policies to reduce healthcare’s carbon footprint
Adhering to government regulatory guidelines to lower greenhouse gas emissions
Raise awareness about climate change impacts on patients and communities
Reducing consumption patterns on the demand side while generating energy in a clean, renewable approach on the supply side.
The biggest challenge in meeting net zero goals is making existing facilities carbon neutral. Unlike existing carbon solutions that focus on energy management, Zasti’s ATOM highlights decarbonization opportunities in integral areas such as product substitution and optimized predictive maintenance.
ATOM is tailored to accurately calculate carbon footprints while creating viable, sustainable and affordable decarbonization strategies.