5th Hospital, Outpatient Facilities & Medical Office Buildings Summit
In-Person Educational & Networking Summit
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
March 01, 2023
The Union League of Philadelphia
140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia PA 19102
SUMMIT VENUE ENTRANCE: 1420 Sansom Street, Philadelphia PA 19102
8:00 am to 9:00 am Registration & Networking | 9:00 am to 3:30 pm Program - Lunch Included
Through Feb 03
Non AMFP Members
Healthcare/Academic System Employees
Feb 04 - Feb 21
Feb 22 - Feb 27
Feb 28 - Mar 01
Group discounts of 20% are available during the registration process. To qualify, register four or more attendees at the same time & under one account. The discount will be displayed on the final payment page.
► EARN 5 CEU HOURS
AIA HSW | AHA | CHFM | CHC | CHESP | Engineers PDH
► SESSIONS: INFORMATION YOU CAN USE NOW & IN THE FUTURE
Explore how planning, real estate, design, construction, operations, and regulations of healthcare facilities have changed. Examine the new drivers, trends, and technologies reshaping existing and future medical facilities. Network with your peers. Gain valuable insights you can use tomorrow.
Presentation materials & executive summary provided to Summit attendees.
An Economic Outlook: Market Shifts, Consumer Segments, Digital Adoption, and Workforce
Facing challenges ranging from the pandemic’s lingering impact to economic uncertainty, health care providers continue to reprioritize capital expenditures while advancing technology and growth strategies. Learn how the health care industry is confronting today’s financial challenges with a deep dive into the key factors effecting market dynamics.
Natalie Hagerty, Senior Director, Facilities Planning + Design, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Deb Sheehan, Healthcare Market Strategy Leader, DPR Construction
Healthcare Real Estate: Extending Care Past a Hospital’s Four Walls
The real estate needs of healthcare providers is changing by when, where, how, and by whom care is given. At the same time, macro trends in the real estate market are creating new opportunities. Learn how technologies such as telehealth, remote patient monitoring, and hospital-at-home are extending the geographic reach of health systems. Understand how shifting care to lower cost ASCs, MOBs, and retail settings is now a competitive advantage. Explore the various ways to deliver an effective healthcare real estate strategy.
Moderator: Alan Whitson, RPA, President, Corporate Realty, Design & Management Institute
Julie Herb, CRE, Vice President, Facilities Development, Virtua Health
Dave Kontra, MBA, Senior Director of Real Estate, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Matt Pirolli, Vice President of Development, Anchor Health Properties
Don’t Be Blindsided! How FM & PDC Managers Can Create Safe & Resilient Healthcare Facilities
Healthcare compliance is serious business with major consequences. Understand the value of doing a Safety Risk Assessment before new construction or renovations. Discover why a threat and vulnerability assessments for new, existing, and aging facilities can avoid costly pitfalls, busting budgets, and missing deadlines. Hear the lessons learned and proactive practices used by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Mary Alcaraz, PE, LC, LEED AP, Senior Project Manager, Facilities Project Management and Construction, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
John Finley, AIA, LEED AP, Senior Project Manager, Facilities Project Management & Construction, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Nicholas E. Gabriele, CFPS, Vice President, Global Service Line Leader Healthcare + Emergency Management, Jensen Hughes
Brian Kovacs, Senior Manager, Fire and Life Safety, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Effective Quality Assurance in Healthcare Project Management
Seasoned project managers know Quality Assurance (QA) is vital. Yet, many projects don’t fully engage the QA process to deliver projects that perform as intended, satisfy operational needs, and meet an owner’s quality expectations. Understand the QA process and its benefits. Explore an ongoing project where QA is tracked and managed in real time. See how the right QA tools an help projects achieve success.
Shannon Campbell, MBA, Director, Project Management, CBRE | Healthcare
Jeffrey Schmidt, CFM, Associate Vice President, Thomas Jefferson University
Jennifer Zoeller, PE, VA, Senior Project Manager, CBRE Buildings & Systems
Healthcare Trends: View from Senior Leaders
Healthcare changed dramatically over the last three years! COVID unmasked the weaknesses, strengths, and opportunities for healthcare facilities. Grit, innovation, and technology got us through. Going forward we must address capacity, costs, flexibility, labor shortages, resiliency, technological change, social disparities, sustainability, and whatever will come next.
Moderator: Dave Lamontagne, PE, Partner, Pure Project Management
Cindy Bo, MBA, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Business Development, Delaware Valley, Nemours Children's Health
Warren E. Moore, FACHE, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Inspira Health
Patricia A. Toole, President and Chief Hospital Executive, Hackensack Meridian Carrier Clinic
Christine Winn, FACHE, Senior Vice President, Ambulatory Operations, Cooper University Health Care
Adaptive Reuse Opportunities for Healthcare & Life Science Facilities
Converting office, retail, or industrial buildings to healthcare and life science use is not a simple process. Ceiling heights, infrastructure upgrades, uneven floors, and regulatory codes are just the beginning of a long list of idiosyncrasies. Yet, a great location, speed to market, and minimizing environmental impact are worth it. Explore lessons learned. See how to reduce risks, save time, and create value.
Moderator: Andrew Lewis, AIA, Principal, NK Architects
Mitch Green, Senior Vice President, AECOM Tishman
Faith Orsini, MHA, PE, FACHE, Vice President Facilities, Cooper University Health Care
Rahul Tikekar, PE, MS, MBA, Principal/Senior Vice President, Loring Consulting Engineers, Inc.
How Collaborative Design Solved a Problem We Didn’t Know We Would Have
In late 2021 Penn Medicine opened the doors of its 17-story, 5 million sq ft. future-ready Pavilion. Hear how the IPD delivery model allowed the design-construction team to came away with innovations and valuable lessons learned. Understand how a collaborative design and evaluation approach provided Penn Medicine the ability to flex, adapt, and innovate quickly in a crisis!
Moderator: Braheem Santos, Former Major Projects Engineering Manager of Pavilion Project and Associate Director of Physical Plant at Penn Medicine; Now Healthcare Strategic Account Executive, Schneider Electric
Shaun Campbell, Philadelphia Branch Operations Manager, Schneider Electric
Ed Hanzel, Vice President, LF Driscoll
Erin Knabenshue, Design Engineer, Southland Industries
Building 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. Explore the means, methods, and technologies owners, designers, contractors, subcontractors, and manufacturers are using to deliver successful healthcare projects.
Moderator: Aimee Alix Fogarty, CHC, MRED, Vice President, Hammes Healthcare
David Barto, Vice President Facilities, Penn State Health
Michael Metzing, Vice President, Corporate Support Services, Bayhealth Medical Center
Scott Mull, Senior Director Pennsylvania Operations, Barton Malow
Gregory Stackel, AIA, LSSGB, LEED AP, Studio Practice Manager, Health and Principal, HKS
Douglas Williams, Associate Vice President, Planning Design and Construction, Main Line Health