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Dallas, Texas

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

May 10, 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.

Because things happen... Purchase protection is now available when you register for this summit. 

Through April 10

Non Members

AMFP Members

Healthcare/Academic System Employees



$ 59

April 11 - May 1



$ 79

May 2-May 9



$ 99

At the Door May 10





AIA HSW  |  AHA  |  CHFM  |  CHC  |  CHESP  |  Engineers PDH 


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.

Rachel Beaton, Senior Healthcare Data Analyst, Page

Peter Trice, Partner, The Innova Group


What the Patient Experience Will Really Look Like

The patient experience of the future is defined by a personalized and seamless healthcare journey offering data-driven insights, real-time feedback, and virtual care options. See how leveraging technology, equipment, and facilities is vital as patients engage more in their care. Appreciate why optimizing working conditions for clinical staff is key. Explore what this means for future of health facilities design. 


Lara Burnside, Executive Coach, CSE LEADERSHIP, LLC; former Chief Experience Officer, JPS Health Network


Sustainability: Straight Talk on How Health Systems Are Handling It

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.


Clark Denson, PE, CEM, BEMP, LEED AP BD+C, Building Performance Engineering Manager, Smith Seckman Reid, Inc.

David Evans, Global Healthcare Segment Director, Schneider Electric


Abigail Lipperman, PE, LEED AP, Manager of Engineering Infrastructure, Children's Health 


Nina Wollman, Vice President and Global Director for Health, Jacobs

Moderator: Alan Whitson, RPA, President, Corporate Realty Design & Management Institute

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The Future of Healthcare: Technology's Impact on Patient Care

From editing genes, robotic surgery, ai-assisted advice, virtual reality, vaccines a la carte, and cures tailored to each individual... health innovation continues to allow us to heal and advance in ways never imaginable before. At the same time, a lot happens far slower than we wish. Take a tour of what's out there and what's still far off.


Hubert Zajicek, MD, MBA; CEO, Co-founder and Partner, Health Wildcatters


Future Proof: Creating Market Responsive Spaces

Today, healthcare providers must adapt quickly, seamlessly, and cost effectively to a torrent of changes. Explore if and how in-person and digital care spaces can work together. Since the return-to-work issue is still in flux, what does the future for non-clinical space look like? Examine how to reduce the time and cost of change in today’s time accelerated environment.

Dave Cutlip, Senior Preconstruction Director, McCarthy Building Companies


Gena English, MBA, CHID, EDAC, RAS, Director of Planning, Design, and Construction, Interim Director Capital Improvement Program, Facilities Planning and Construction, UT Southwestern Medical Center


Rachel Knox, Pediatric Practice Leader and Partner, HKS

Charles Shelburne, Vice President-Campus Planning, Baylor Scott & White


Mark Stewart, AIA, Senior Facilities Program Manager, Planning, Design and Construction, Parkland Health & Hospital


► What’s Driving North Texas Healthcare Real Estate:

Building North Texas’ Life Science Future
Learn why leveraging North Texas’ rich history in oil, technology, medicine, and real estate is vital in creating and supporting a robust biotech ecosystem. Hear how region-wide efforts in workforce development, intellectual capital, and venture capital are good for economic development and building healthy vibrant communities. See how Pegasus Park is becoming a model for mission based adaptive reuse projects in North Texas and beyond.

Tom Luce, CEO, Biotech Initiatives Lyda Hill Philanthropies 


Spotting Healthcare & Life Science Real Estate Opportunities in North Texas 

Examine real estate trends in the North Texas. Understand how technology, supply and demand dynamics, financial markets, and shifting landlord strategies are creating new opportunities and competitors for traditional healthcare providers. Get the perspectives of landlords, developers, investors, real estate brokers, and health systems. See what’s over the horizon, identify the opportunities, weight the risks, and recognize the rewards. 

Mervyn Alphonso, Executive Vice President Development & Acquisitions & Partner, Anchor Health Properties


Ken Henry, Senior Vice President, Development, PMB

Joshua A. Theodore, Vice President, Global Health Practice Leader, Leo A Daly


Michael Walker, RPA, CHFM, Director Real Estate Operations North Zone, Texas Health Resources

Moderator: Alan Whitson, RPA, President, Corporate Realty Design & Management Institute


► Emerging Best Practices:

Four Money Saving Solutions You Can Use Tomorrow

1. Paint It Green: Reduce Costs, Improve IAQ, and Ease Maintenance Headaches    

    -Jason McClaren, MA-EDM, CSP, CHFM, CHEP, CHSP, LSSYB, Director Facilities & Environment of Care, Texas Health Presbyterian 

    - Patrick Hughes, CEO, Pinnacle Coatings Group


2. Clean Air 

    -Marc Johnson, Segment Manager - Healthcare, Camfil


3. Five Ways ICRA 2.0 Impacts Your Temporary Construction Wall Considerations 

    -Craig Fairbetter, Regional Sales Manager, STARC Systems Inc.


4. Using Sliding Doors in a Renovation to Achieve Patient Privacy & Corridor Egress

    -Thomas Barnard, Health Care Vertical Market, Allegion AD Systems


Senior Healthcare System Leaders | PDC & Facility Managers | Security Directors | Architects | Designers | Engineers | Program Managers | MOB & Clinic Owners | Developers | Real Estate Brokers | Property Managers | Attorneys 


To become a Sponsor/Participating Partner: Glenn Fischer, 971-219-0563,

For Requests to Present or Obtain Panel Seat Consideration: Alan Whitson, RPA,



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