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         June 08, 2016 - Washington DC 
     
  Fady Barmada, Practice Leader, Strategy Advisory Services, Array Advisors

Fady brings 20 years of healthcare asset and capital planning advising experience to his clients at Array Architects. In his role as principal and strategy advisory practice leader, he has championed the expansion of nationally-recognized health systems as well as healthcare-related academic and federal clients. His expertise in the business-side of healthcare—including expanding catchment areas, service line alignment and real estate portfolio optimization—allows Array to leverage his knowledge for its clients’ benefit.

Fady has an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business and, as a proponent of Lean Process Improvement, earned his Lean Six Sigma Belt from Villanova University.

 
  Ron Bowlan, Sr. VP Facilities and Campus Planning, Thomas Jefferson University & Hospital

Ron Bowlan has served at Thomas Jefferson University and Hospital’s Center City Philadelphia campus for 20 years. As senior vice president of facilities and campus planning, his responsibilities include the management of all campus master planning activities, design/construction management, real estate services, parking, security, environmental health and safety, maintenance and university housing. In addition to the 4.5 million square foot campus in Center City, Jefferson has a community hospital in South Philadelphia and outpatient locations throughout the region. This has led to extensive interaction with the City Council and a number of city agencies, including Licenses and Inspections, The Redevelopment Authority, Art Commission and the Zoning Board of Adjustment.

Prior to Jefferson, Ron worked for six years at Albert Einstein Medical Center as director of facilities management and three years as assistant director of engineering at Lankenau Hospital. Ron is a registered professional engineer in Pennsylvania, and holds an MBA from LaSalle University and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Clemson University.

 
  Matt Franklin, Vice President, Project Manager, HKS Inc.

Matt brings 21 years of experience to his role as project manager for the Mid-Atlantic offices of HKS. He focuses on complex healthcare renovation projects, and oversees project implementation with the owner, design and construction team from project inception through occupancy. A registered architect and certified construction document technician, Matt earned his Master of Architecture from North Carolina State University and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia.

Founded in 1939, HKS Inc. is ranked among the top healthcare architectural firms in the world by Modern Healthcare and BD World Architecture. Operating from 25 offices worldwide, HKS focuses on innovative healthcare design, process and delivery. The firm’s award-winning healthcare architecture includes 3,500 unique projects representing 157,000 beds and 367 million square feet.

 
  Rich Greco, Assistant Vice President - Real Estate, Planning & Construction for LifeBridge Health

Richard Greco serves as the assistant vice president of real estate, planning and construction for LifeBridge Health in Baltimore. His responsibilities include leadership over the planning and construction management operations of a four hospital health system, and oversight of the full cycle of real estate on a 1.1 million-square-foot ambulatory portfolio throughout Maryland.

Prior to joining Lifebridge Health, Richard held key positions at CBRE, ARINC, Aramark and the U.S. Air Force.

 
  Mike Hargrave, Principal, Revista

Mike has a distinguished career that covers seniors housing, healthcare and real estate finance. Prior to joining Revista, he was a vice president and chief market and data strategist for the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC). While at NIC, Mike oversaw the development, growth and operations of the NIC MAP Data & Analysis Service. Under his leadership, NIC MAP grew to become the seniors housing industry’s leading data provider tracking revenue, occupancy, supply and construction data, covering almost 13,000 properties and 100 metro markets.

Mike is also an accomplished public speaker and subject matter expert. He holds a Masters in Business Administration with a specialization in finance from Loyola College in Maryland, and an undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.

 
  Andrea Hyde, AAHID MDCID, Planner Designer, Architecture & Planning, Johns Hopkins Health System, Facilities

Andrea is driven to improve the quality of healthcare design by transforming institutional facilities for hospital, ambulatory, senior living, and medi-spa clients in the United States and in the Middle East into healing environments.

She enjoys spreading the word about the positive effects of evidence-based, innovative healthcare design on improving patient outcomes where ever she can, having spoken at numerous healthcare-focused conferences and events.

Andrea has been an active member of the American Society of Interior Designers, and has served as president of the Maryland Chapter. She is a founding member of the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers, which certifies healthcare experienced interior designers through testing. She also is a member of the Center for Health Design – Environmental Standards Committee, which holds as its mission improvement of the quality of healthcare environments through code development, research and award incentives. In addition, Andrea has served three four-year terms as a member of the FGI Guidelines - Healthcare Guidelines Review Committee, and was the first interior designer to participate in the review and revision of the FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Healthcare Facilities. She served as the founder and chair of the Surfaces and Furnishings Subcommittee for 12 years.

 
 

Katie Jacoby, Senior Vice President Development, Anchor Health Properties

As senior vice president development for Anchor Health Properties, Katie Jacoby holds responsibility for managing all aspects of the development process. Katie is also responsible for the company’s marketing and public relations activities. Anchor Health was founded in 1985 as a developer of innovative retail centers, but for more than 20 years has applied the principles of successful designed learned from that field exclusively to the development and management of medical facilities. The firm has more than 1.5 million square feet of healthcare assets under management. Its focus is on patient flow, effective design and the importance of materials that adapt well to evolving future needs.

Prior to joining Anchor Health, Katie worked in the financial services division of a consulting company in Northern Virginia. She received a BBA degree in finance from James Madison University.

 
  Davor D. Kapelina, President/CEO of AtSite, Inc.

Davor Kapelina founded AtSite in 1993 to provide building performance management solutions that enable organizations to maximize the performance of their facilities and real estate. As president of AtSite, Davor is responsible for company strategy and vision, as well as guiding the progression of InSite, the company’s smart building platform.

With more than 25 years of experience at the intersection of commercial buildings, technology and sustainability, Davor has guided many organizations in the implementation of innovative practices and smart building technologies. He is a recognized leader in improving building performance, energy efficiency and sustainability, and has authored high-performance sustainable platforms for wide-ranging national organizations. Davor is also very active in the local community and at his alma mater, the University of Maryland. He is a frequent speaker at national conferences including REEF, VERGE, IBCON, NAOIP.

 
  James Lee, CFO, Adventist Healthcare

Having served as chief financial officer of Washington Adventist Hospital from 2001 to 2005, James Lee was appointed CFO of Adventist HealthCare in March 2005. Adventist HealthCare is an integrated healthcare delivery system based in Rockville, Maryland, and one of the largest employers in the state.

Prior to joining Adventist, James held management positions with several healthcare and consulting organizations, including Arthur Andersen, Queen’s Health Management and Castle Medical Center. Supporting his 15 years of experience in healthcare are a master’s degree in Public Health and a master’s degree in Health Administration, both earned at Loma Linda University.

 
 

Kristin J. Moore, LEED AP, Director of Healthcare, DIRTT Environmental Solutions

As DIRTT’s Director of Healthcare, Kristin Moore understands the demands imposed by 21st century healthcare environments and how manufactured construction meets the needs of various healthcare audiences.

Kristin works with healthcare systems, architects, designers and general contractors around the world to ensure DIRTT solutions benefit patients and their families, medical staff, facility managers and owners. She is an advocate of clean and rapid healthcare construction that is cost-effective, adaptable and focuses on patient-centered design solutions. Kristin travels extensively, supporting DIRTT’s sales representatives and distribution partners, educating audiences on manufactured healthcare construction, and delivering CEU-approved presentations for AIA and IIDA.

 
  Eric Rasmussen, Project Manager, DPR Construction

With a vast range of experience in the construction industry, Eric has focused primarily on technically complex projects with a specialization healthcare and medical facilities. Eric is responsible for the day-to-day management of multiple project teams. He works directly with the project members during all phases of procurement and construction to provide planning, schedule development, and budget control. He has been involved with several recent healthcare renovation and expansion projects, most recently having served as the senior project manager for the Virginia Commonwealth University Health PSR renovation in an active urban campus environment.

 
  Robert Reardon, Chief Facility Officer, VCU

Bob is the chief facility officer for the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System (VCUHS) and as such is responsible for construction, maintenance, repair and operations of all VCUHS facilities. VCUHS has approximately 800 licensed beds and 3 million square feet of inpatient, outpatient and office space in Richmond, Va.

Bob has a master’s degree in engineering administration from George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in engineering operations from North Carolina State University. He is a board member for the Virginia Society of Healthcare Engineers, and holds the Certified Healthcare Facility Manager designation.

 
  Shannon Reber, Chief Growth Officer, Inova Health System

In her role as chief growth officer for Inova Health System, Shannon is responsible for a range of activities, including business development and market expansion, strategic planning and implementation, and real estate asset management. In addition to campus growth, she leads physician and service line expansion, physician recruitment and retention, and development of the system’s telemedicine program. Shannon is engaged in more than 45 initiatives that have yielded 9 percent growth in surgeries during their first year, has recruited 23 procedural and surgical specialists, and has initiated multiple new programs since joining the company in 2013.

Shannon previously worked with VCU Health System as the senior director, patient and physician services, where she managed more than 80 FTEs and handled over 1.2 million scheduling, telemedicine and patient relations calls/consults per year. She also successfully re-engineered and implemented a new operations model for the VCU Call Center, yielding 18% in business growth, increasing hospital utilization and achieving a 340% increase in physician satisfaction. She has also held roles with Novant Health and Medical Imaging and Diagnostics, LLC. Shannon earned her bachelor’s degree in environmental and urban studies from Virginia Tech and a master’s in public administration from Virginia Commonwealth University.

 
  Mike Wood, MD, President, Health Care Institute, an IFMA Alliance Partner

Mike was elected president of the Health Care Institute, an IFMA Alliance Partner, in Fall 2015. As director of Healthcare Market Development for Oldcastle, Mike builds and manages the company’s Healthcare Integrated Delivery business. He assists a wide spectrum of clients from planning through design, construction and ownership with the diverse materials, design, custom manufactured products and supply chain functions associated with large-scale healthcare capital efforts.

Mike first became engaged in healthcare as a combat medic in Vietnam, before becoming a physician. A patient-acquired infection forced him to return to his family’s construction management business. Since then, Mike has spent the last 30 years leading program and project delivery teams for healthcare projects in the United States, Europe and South America for organizations such as Kaiser Permanente and Heery International. This has ranged from single-focused efforts over $500 million to capital programs containing more than 1,000 annual projects.

Mike holds certifications and licenses in several professions, including healthcare project management, facilities management, healthcare construction, radiologic technology, emergency medicine and real estate brokerage. He is renowned for his technical knowledge of the Affordable Care Act and its clauses that impact facilities cost. Mike is a past regional vice president of IFMA, past president of two IFMA chapters and a current board member of the Colorado Association of Healthcare Engineers and Developers.