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  Corporate Realty, Design
& Management Institute
 
     
  IFMA Healthcare Council  
     

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Event Details

     
  Wednesday, October 12  
     
  Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center  
  Pelton Auditorium  
  Weintraub Building  
  1100 Fairview Ave North  
  Seattle, WA 98109  
     
  7:45 AM to 8:30 AM:  
  Registration & Continental Breakfast  
  8:30 AM to 12:00 PM:  
  Program  
     

Registration Fees

       
  At the Door Registration $99  
  Advance Registration $89  
  IFMA, WSSHE, AIA, or AHP Member $69  
     
Educational Credits
     
  AIA         3 LUs (HSW, SD)  
  CHFM     .3 CEUs  
  IFMA       3 CFM Points  
  IIDA        Pending  
  GBCI       3 LEED AP CE hours  
  Engineers 3 PDH hours  
     

Program Co-Hosts

     
  Georgia Pacific  
  Mannington  
  Pacific Modular  
  Philips  
  SaniGLAZE  
  Schneider Electric  
  Tennant  
  Tremco  
     

Media Partners

     
  FacilityCare  
  Healthcare Building Ideas  
     

Seattle Host Co-Chairs

     
  Kathleen Hite, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance  
  Anne Miller, Bank & Office Interiors  

     October 12, 2011 - Seattle, WA 
           
 
           
 

In this half day seminar, you will get face-to-face with some of the most knowledgeable experts in healthcare and tap their expertise on:

  • Looking out the C-Suite’s picture window at healthcare reform. The most significant economic forces and financial metrics now in play. What may be built, what might not, and why

  • How 10 Forces are Changing Health Care Design

  • Measuring sustainability programs – Lessons learned from across the U.S. What surveys are telling us about cultural changes, pushback issues, and economic factors

  • How the best performing hospitals are generating energy savings, setting their priorities, and measuring results

  • Selecting appropriate metrics to frame your case when engaging in first cost vs. life cycle cost debates

  • No problem approaches when told there’s no capital budget

  • How hospitals are balancing durability, sustainability, and cost issues and finding the best tradeoffs

  • How the pros are finding hidden efficiencies and value within medical campuses

  • Where the most significant advances in building materials and technology are occurring and where it’s saving the most money

 

Featured Speaker: “Healthcare Reform’s Effects on Capital Investments”
-Jim Leonard, Healthcare Consultant, Prior CEO of St. Peter’s Providence in Olympia. Currently a consultant to Swedish Medical System.

 

Panel of Experts:
A panel of experts is being selected to give you an opportunity to question, quiz, and challenge any aspect of design, construction, and maintenance of a healthcare facility.

Among them are:

-Robert Cowan, Director of Facilities Engineering, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

-Erik Goodfriend, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP, Principal, Mahlum and Chair Elect of Architecture for Health Panel

-Moderated by B. Alan Whitson, RPA, President of Corporate Realty, Design & Management Institute. Names of other panelists will be posted as confirmed.

Brought to You By:
The educational team at the Corporate Realty, Design & Management Institute and IFMA Healthcare Council that delivered “High Performance Hospitals” and “Making Sense Out of
Sustainability in Healthcare” in 36 cities over the past 3 years. These organizations are committed to delivering high quality educational events in local venues throughout North America.

Who Should Attend:

Architects & Designers ▪ Consulting & Mechanical Engineers ▪ Construction Project
Managers ▪ Developers of Healthcare Facilities ▪ Healthcare Facilities Managers &
Engineers ▪ Hospital Plant Operations Managers ▪ Hospital CEOs, Administrators
and Directors

What Attendees Say About These Seminars:

  • “Case studies were great”

  • “Great cost vs. value info”

  • “Good mix of participants”

  • “Helpful sustainable data”

  • "Very informative metrics”

  • “Diversity of presenters”

  • "Real life scenarios given as examples"

  • “Good detail into energy and design issues affecting hospitals”

  • “Excellent data and graphs supporting the individual points”

  • “Do more of these seminars that come to the local area”

  • “Statistical breakdowns to prove the financial case”

  • “Lots of fresh ideas, re-prioritization of old ones”

   Platinum Sponsors - 2011      
           
 
Georgia Pacific
   

Schneider Electric