HomeAbout Us Speaker's BureauOur Seminars Continuing Education  Resource LibraryBookstore  Calendar   FaceBook  Twitter

 
 

 

Quick Links

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

Brought to You By

     
  Corporate Realty, Design & Management Institute

Health Care Institute of IFMA

 
     

Event Details

     
  Monday, October 2nd  
     
  Vivian and Seymour Milstein Family Heart Center  
 

Heart Conference Center-Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium

 
  New York-Presbyterian Hospital  
  173 Fort Washington Ave  
  New York, NY 10032  
     
  7:45 to 8:30 AM:
Registration/ Continental Breakfast
 
  8:30 AM to Noon:
Morning Program
 
  Noon to 12:45 PM:
Luncheon
 
  12:45 to 3:45 PM:
Afternoon Program
 
     

Registration Fees

     
  Attendees have the following options:
 
 
 

1. Register for entire summit (includes lunch)

 
  2. Attend morning  
  3. Attend afternoon  
     
  NOTES:  
   -In Advance rates will end after Friday, September 22nd
-Full day attendees who register in a group of 4+ will receive 25% off.
-Please be advised prior year Summits have sold-out
 
     

*Full Day Attendance

     
 

$169

In Advance-IFMA, HESGNY & HFMSNJ Professional Members, and AIA Members

 
 

$199

In Advance-non-members

 
  $279 Attendee fee after Friday, September 22nd  
     
 
*There is an automatic 25% discount for full-day attendees who register as a group of 4+
 
     

Half Day Attendance

     
  $119 In Advance-IFMA, HESGNY & HFMSNJ Professional Members, and AIA Members  
  $149 In Advance-non-members  
  $199 Attendee fee after Friday, September 22nd  
     
Education Credits
     
  Earn Up to 5 Hours  
  AIA (HSW)
AHA - CHFM, CHESP Hours
IFMA - CFM Points
Engineers - PDH Hours
 
     
Industry Partners
     
 

AD Systems
ARRAY
Cambridge Sound Management

CCA Metro
Gleeson Powers
Gordian Group

Jensen Hughes
Koffel Associates

LF Driscoll Healthcare
nora systems, inc.

Park Sixty
Planon
Revista
Specified Technologies Inc.

Steelcase Health

 
     
Media Partner
     
 

 
     
Education Partners
     
   
     
 

 

 

 
     
    October 02, 2017 – New York    See Our New York Summit Recap Here
 
 

 
  Sneak Preview of New York’s most prestigious hospital, outpatient facilities & MOB event
   
  TRENDS:
  Where Oh Where is Healthcare Going?
  What’s next for healthcare? An inside look at the numbers, and political and financial realities that will reshape healthcare in the US, and New York. Bring your perspective as this interactive session includes an opinion poll.
   
  STRATEGY:
  TBA – Always thought provoking – we will explore the issues that are driving healthcare and what strategies and tactics needed to thrive?
 

 

  COMPLIANCE:
  It’s Kicking in This Fall: Facility Guidelines Institute Changes
  The Joint Commission, many federal agencies, and authorities in over 44 states use the Guidelines as either a code or a reference standard when reviewing, approving, and financing projects or surveying, licensing, certifying, or accrediting newly constructed facilities. The 2018 FGI Guidelines will be issued as three documents in late 2017 - Hospitals, Outpatient, and Residential.
  Doug Erickson, FASHE, CHFM, HFDP, CHC, CEO of Facilities Guidelines Institute
 

 

  10 Must Know Points About 2012 NFPA 101 & 99 to Keep Your Facility Safe and CMS Compliant
  Eric Rosenbaum, Vice President, Jensen Hughes, and Past NFPA Life Safety Code Technical Committee Chair on Fire Protection Features
 

 

  Most Frequently Cited Violations in Hospitals & Outpatient Care Facilities
 

The Joint Commission’s Survey Analysis for Evaluating Risk scoring process became effective Jan. 1, 2017. The SAFER Matrix allows the healthcare organization to see areas of noncompliance at an aggregate level, the likelihood to cause harm, and how widespread is the problem. See the results from surveys under this new system, and pickup tips on fastest, most economical remedies.

  Larry Rubin, CEM, CPE, CHFM, CHSP, Life Safety Code Specialist, The Joint Commission, and Senior Director Facilities Management at Cleveland Clinic
   
  TECHNOLOGY:
  How EHR, Big Data, IoT, and New Medical Technologies Are Reshaping Healthcare Facilities
  Technology touches every square foot of healthcare facilities. Services once available in a hospital are now common in outpatient settings, even in a patient’s home. The impact on medical buildings increases with the growth in new medical technologies, EHR, and clinical decision support and analytics systems. While the “Cloud” may soon replace the hospital’s data center - the real boom in healthcare technology is within six feet of the patient. How will new technologies reshape healthcare buildings, and do we prepare for the coming changes?
  Daniel J. Barchi, Senior Vice President and CIO, New York-Presbyterian
Dusty Majumdar, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, IBM Watson Healthcare
Other Roundtable Members
TBA
   
  Technology That Allows You to Grapple Efficiently with Millions of Square Feet in Hundreds of Locations
   
  DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION & REAL ESTATE SOLUTIONS:
  Smart Design & Construction Steps to Avoid the Clusters of Infection Known to Contaminate Hospital Air Quality
  More than 100 healthcare facilities including Lurie Children’s Hospital, Columbia Presbyterian, Cornell, and Stanford University Hospital have tapped Streifel to effectively wrap their arms around infection control during design and construction phases. Learn how to head off potential lawsuits with proper construction protocol.
  Andrew Streifel, Senior Hospital Environmental Specialist, Dept of Environmental Health & Safety, University of Minnesota, and author of more than 50 articles
   
  Critical Cornerstones for Successful Healthcare Projects
  Tim Cole, Vice President of Global Sustainability, nora systems, inc. and member of Health Product Declaration® (HPD) Collaborative board of directors
   
  Remedy for Cost & Time Challenges
  Explore how to deliver projects faster, within budget and without sacrificing quality or performance. A remedy for cost & time challenges with the Gordian Group.
   
  Connecting the Dots between Owner, Design, Construction, and Building Supply Disciplines in Next Generation Medical Buildings
  Projects fail to reach their full potential because people fail to tap the knowledge of other disciplines. A team of savvy pros will share how they connect the dots to avoid needless changes, delays, and added costs
 

Tony Caputo, Principal and Practice Leader for Design, ARRAY
Watch for announcements on other panelists from health systems, developers, and construction managers

Christina DeRose, Director of Real Estate, Weill Cornell Medicine
Lou Della Peruta, Senior Project Manager, LF Driscoll Healthcare
 

   
  What’s Next for the New York Healthcare Real Estate Market?
  This information packed session is broken down into two parts:

1. The Numbers: The latest research and analysis of sales, construction, and leasing trends from Revista, nation’s leading provider of medical building data.
Led by Hilda Flower Martin, Principal, Revista

2. What It Means to You: Perspective of New York’s Leading Healthcare Real Estate Specialists.
Vicki Match Suna, Senior Vice President and Vice Dean for Real Estate Development and Facilities, NYU Langone
Thomas C. Ahn, Vice President, Real Estate Division, Mount Sinai Health System

 
  The Summit has sold-out the past three years. Send Inquiries to: