5th SF Bay Area | Northern California
Hospital, Outpatient Facilities & Medical Office Buildings Summit
In-Person Educational & Networking Summit
5 Hours CEUs & 2 Hours Networking
What’s Next for Healthcare Facilities
in These Unsettled Times?
The Future of
Acute Care | Outpatient | Tele-Health | Life Science
Hospitals | Clinics | MOBs | Retail | Mobile | Non-Clinical | Academic & Research
September 14, 2022 | 8:00 am to 9:00 am Registration & Networking | 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Program - Lunch Included
► EARN 5 CEU HOURS
AIA HSW | AHA | CHFM | CHC | CHESP | Engineers PDH
► SESSIONS: INFORMATION YOU CAN USE NOW & IN THE FUTURE
Explore how healthcare design, construction, operations, and regulations have changed over the past two years. Understand how economic forces, health inequities, community health, and demographics have impacted the healthcare built environment. Examine the trends and technologies reshaping existing and future healthcare facilities. Gain insights you can put to work the next day.
Presentation materials and summit recap provided to attendees.
* Typically 300+ slides and a 20+ page summary.
A Tale of Two Cranes: New Hospital at UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center at Parnassus Heights and UC Davis Health’s California Tower
Hear how two of the nation’s largest projects with a combined budget of $8+ billion plan to deliver major inpatient, outpatient, and academic medical projects. Discover why technology is changing the way we plan, build, and run major healthcare facilities. Learn how they will apply the lessons from the pandemic. In what ways will these projects reshape the next decade of project delivery?
Jill Tomczyk, LEED BD+, Executive Director of Strategic Programs, California Tower Team, UC Davis Health
Fred Whitney, PE, Director, Project Delivery, New Hospital at UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center at Parnassus Heights, UCSF Real Estate, Health Major Capital Projects
Moderator: Heather Chung, AIA, President AMFP Northern California, Vice President | Studio Leader Healthcare, SmithGroup
The Healthcare Enterprise of the Future: The technology elements required for a truly advanced healthcare system
What does a healthcare enterprise need to be as technologically advanced as possible? Understand the linkages among hospitals, outpatient, telehealth, IT, facilities, and the supply chain. Walk through the front end planning and design to house current and future technologies. Identify how to balance the life cycles of tech, facilities, operations, and care models to handle future changes.
Brian Gray, AIA, Principal / Director of Healthcare Operations, Page
Zac Hillyard, RSM, Technology Principal, Smith Seckman Reid, Inc.
Sherrill Lanthier RN, BSN, Construction Planning Coordinator, Houston Methodist
Natale Stephens, AIA, EDAC, Associate Principal / Healthcare, Page
Murat Uralkan, MHA, Director of Innovation, Houston Methodist Center for Innovation
Confronting Healthcare’s New Reality After COVID: Enduring drivers, disruptors and opportunities
Discover how optimizing management, architecture, engineering, and construction strategies improve care delivery and financial value. Why identifying a health provider’s unique disruptors and opportunities is vital. Pinpoint how financial value and operational performance drives everyone’s success.
Supina Mapon, Healthcare Market Strategy, DPR Construction
Zero Time: Adaptive reuse + lean +prefab + ESG = Better budgets and faster speed to market for outpatient facilities
Explore why reusing office, retail, or industrial space, lean thinking, and prefab construction methods can deliver outpatient facilities earlier and for less. See how these strategies, tactics, and techniques also apply to ground up projects. Learn innovative real estate solutions. Discover how cutting process gaps reduces risk, saves time, builds value at every stage of occupancy, upholds brand image across a care platform, and meets Environmental, Social, and Governance targets.
Mike Conn, Chief Development Officer, Meridian
Dominic Esparza, Project Executive, Southland Industries
Michael Monaldo, Vice President of Facilities Development & Corporate Real Estate, John Muir Health
Moderator: B. Alan Whitson, RPA, President, Corporate Realty, Design & Management Institute, Publisher, Health Facilities Monitor, Chair, Model Green Lease Task Force, Faculty, Practising Law Institute
Braving the Cost Escalation Minefield
During a time of rampant cost inflation piloting facility planning, scope development, project delivery, and contractual issues has become ever more complex. This seasoned panel addresses how to chart a path over this treacherous turf.
Bill Eveloff MBA AIA, Managing Director, Americas Healthcare Lead Project & Development Services, Cushman & Wakefield
Ben Rosenfeld, SVP, Development, PMB
Karen Vegas, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, Project Director, El Camino Health
Moderator: Jill Bergman, AIA, Health Principal, HDR
HCAI: The 10 most useful things hospitals, architects, engineers, and contractors need to know
See how to make it simpler, quicker, and cheaper when complying with HCAI rules. Ideas, tips, and resources you can use on your projects. Understand why California has the safest hospitals in USA.
Richard Tannahill, Deputy Division Chief for Northern California Facilities Development Division (FDD), Supervisor of the Building Standards Unit (BSU), Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI)
2022 FGI Guidelines Update: What's changed from 2018
FGI Guidelines are the nation’s leading design standards for hospitals, outpatient, and residential care facilities. Get the latest on changes; including behavioral health, clinical treatment, patient care spaces, and how it applies in California and beyond.
Kevin Matuszewski, AIA, LEED AP, FGI Healthcare Guidelines Revision Committee
► 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
Sessions will be presented in the Goldman theater.
Lunch will be served in the Tamalpais Room. Feel free to enjoy lunch outside on the adjacent terrace.