8th Hospital, Outpatient Facilities & Medical Office Buildings Summit
In-Person Educational & Networking Summit
5 Hours CEUs & 2 Hours Networking
Healthcare Hits the Reset Button
Planning, Real Estate, Design, Construction, and Operation of
Hospitals | Clinics | ASCs | MOBs | Retail | Telehealth
Hospital @ Home | Mobile Care | Non-Clinical
Academic & Research Facilities
June 06, 2023
8:00 am to 9:00 am Registration & Networking | 9:00 am to 3:30 pm Program - Lunch Included
Group discounts of 25% are available during the registration process. To qualify, register 4 or more attendees at the same time & under one account. The discount will be displayed on the final payment page.
Through May 8
Healthcare/Academic System Employees
May 9 - May 29
May 30- June 5
At the Door June 06
Because things happen... Purchase protection is now available when you register for this summit.
► EARN CEU HOURS
AIA HSW | AHA | CHFM | CHC | CHESP | Engineers PDH
► SESSIONS: INFORMATION YOU CAN USE NOW & IN THE FUTURE
Summit Summary/Recap & Presentation Materials Provided to Attendees.
Explore how healthcare design, construction, operations, and regulations have changed over the past two years. Examine the trends and technologies reshaping existing and future healthcare facilities. Gain valuable insights you can put to work the next day.
► Forward Thinking Ideas:
How the Future of Healthcare Delivery is Rewriting Today’s Capital Spending Plans
How and where healthcare is offered has changed dramatically in the past few years. Driven by shifts in consumer preferences, demographics, technology adoption, workforce, investor appetite, new competition, reimbursement, and community input. Realize how these forces are affecting service lines, strategic plans, capital spending programs, and ultimately the design and construction of healthcare facilities.
Michelle Mader, Managing Director, Ankura
Future of Ambulatory Care Facilities
The future of outpatient care and possibly healthcare as a whole will be shaped by patients, physicians, and payors. Realize how these demands, technological advances, and different operational methods impact the why, what, when, where, and how care is delivered. Understand how to deliver a new facility or adapt an existing facility quickly and economically is now a critical success factor for healthcare providers.
Tyler Bauer, LCPC, Senior Vice President of System Ambulatory Operations, University of Chicago Medicine; former Senior VP of Clinical Operations, NorthShore University Healthcare
Matthew A. Bluette, AIA, ACHA, AICP, NCARB, LEED AP, Principal, CUBE 3
Delivering Care: Social Equity & Access to Care in Underserved Communities
The MetroHealth System, the public health care system in Cleveland is completing a transformation to a high level of excellence in healthcare to the city’s underserved communities. It’s a nearly $800 million capital initiative committed to support of MetroHealth’s 185 year mission of service to the community
Marvin Daniels, Vice President of Project Management, Hammes Healthcare
Walter Jones, Senior Vice President of Campus Transformation, MetroHealth
Steve Nargang, Regional Vice President, Hammes Healthcare
Creating Jobs: Social Equity & Access to Care in Underserved Communities
UChicago Medicine’s proposed $633 million, 500,000-square-foot cancer center will be the first freestanding cancer facility in Chicago. Pending regulatory approval, construction will begin in 2023. The project is expected to create more than 500 construction jobs.
The 30-acre New Saint Anthony Hospital is projected to add 3,500 jobs in construction, up to 500 jobs in retail, 300+ jobs in education and community programming, and up to 1,100 health care jobs inclusive of the 1,000 current jobs at Saint Anthony Hospital.
Joan Archie, Executive Director of Business Diversity and Compliance, University of Chicago Medicine
Guy Medaglia, President and CEO, Saint Anthony Hospital; President and CEO, Chicago Southwest Development Corporation (CSDC)
► Emerging Best Practices:
Strategic Planning for Sustainability
Not meeting environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals has a real cost. Due to the complexity, scale, and service life of healthcare facilities meeting these goals needs a strategic approach, vision, and long-term outlook. Understand how major healthcare systems are tackling the issues and the role of planning, design, construction, and operations in reaching ESG goals.
Christian Banks, CHC, LEED AP BD+C, Project Manager, Planning & Construction, Project Director – Energy Efficiency/Sustainability Program, Northwestern Medicine
Michael Fiore, Assistant Vice President of Clinical Operations/Environment Health & Safety, NorthShore University Health System
Ian Hughes, Sustainability Manager, Rush University Medical Center
Justin Jay Macadangdang, JD, CEM, GEMS, Program Manager, Facility Sustainability Officer, Jesse Brown VA Medical Center
Building & Supporting an Agile Design & Construction Team
Successful project teams must adapt quickly and seamlessly to a constant stream of challenges yet keep sight of the final objective. Understand the “why” owners need an agile design & construction team and the benefits. Explore the means, methods, and technologies owners, designers, contractors, subcontractors, and manufacturers are using to deliver successful healthcare projects.
Bryan Finnegan, AIA, LEED AP, CLGB – Senior Architect and Project Designer, Gresham Smith
Austin Holcomb, PE, LEED AP, Director of Corporate Construction Management, McLaren Health Care Corporation
David Jaeger, AIA, LEED AP, EDAC, Principal, Healthcare Studio Leader, HED
Colin Martin, Project Director, Barton Malow
Closing Out Projects: I Love It, It’s Perfect, Now Change It
Last minute changes or unpleasant surprises can derail a smooth handoff from construction to operations. Understand how to manage changes in equipment, building codes, space configurations, and dealing senior leaders who weren’t there during design. Learn to look ahead by watching your project’s wake. See how to avoid the “Day 2” operational nightmares before the design/construction team is gone. Explore technologies that can save time and money for future projects, repairs and maintenance.
Eric Hoffman, Vice President, Project Management Advisors
Doug King, Vice President, AIA, NCARB, ACHA, Chicago, Project Management Advisors
Get Smart: New Technologies are Changing How You Can Manage Healthcare Facilities
Healthcare buildings are getting smarter! Get real time information to make intelligent decisions by closing the gap between the physical and digital world. Save energy, optimize maintenance, avoid breakdowns, and address compliance issues to save both time and money. Use real data and predictive analytics to manage operating costs and shape capital spending plans.
Corey M Gaarde, FHIMSS, CPHIMS, Associate Principal, Project Executive, IMEG Corporation
Braheem Santos, Healthcare Strategic Account Executive, Schneider Electric
Spotlight On Money Saving Solutions You Can Use Tomorrow
Nano sessions on adding value. Like it or not money is the yardstick used by CFOs to judge how well we plan, design, build, and operate healthcare facilities. Explore how to get the most value per dollar from your capital and operating expense budgets.
► MEET HEALTHCARE BUILT ENVIRONMENT LEADERS
Senior Healthcare System Leaders | PDC & Facility Managers | Security Directors | Architects | Designers | Engineers | Program Managers | MOB & Clinic Owners | Developers | Real Estate Brokers | Property Managers | Attorneys
► SPONSORSHIP & SPEAKER OPPORTUNITIES
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