Tampa, Florida

In-Person Educational & Networking Summit

5 Hours CEUs & 2 Hours Networking | Co-Hosted with AMFP Central Florida Chapter

What’s Next for Healthcare Facilities

in These Unsettled Times?

The Future of
Acute Care | Outpatient | Tele-Health

Hospitals | Clinics | MOBs | Retail Medicine | Non-Clinical

Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022    |    8:00 am to 9:00 am Registration & Networking    |    9:00 am to 3:15 pm Program - Lunch Included     

 REGISTRATION*

Non Members

AMFP Members

Health System Employees

In Advance

through Jan 25

At the Door

Jan 26

$269

$179

$  99

$299

$299

$299

*For those who registered & paid for the April 2020 Tampa Summit: Your Registration is still valid.

 EARN CEU HOURS

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

 SESSIONS: INFORMATION YOU CAN USE NOW & IN THE FUTURE

Registration & Networking | Morning Sessions

Today, Tomorrow & Beyond - Senior Healthcare Leader's View of Medical Facilities

Dr. Charles J. Lockwood is: 

  • Senior Vice President, USF Health

  • Dean, Morsani College of Medicine, University of South Florida

  • Professor, Obstetrics & GynecologyUniversity of South Florida

  • Professor, Public Health ManagementUniversity of South Florida

  • Executive Vice President, Tampa General Hospital

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The Art, Engineering, Management and Economics of Pre-fabrication and Modular Construction of Medical Facilities

Addressing the healthcare built environment’s hottest topic! Strategies, tactics, technologies, and case examples of how it’s being applied in healthcare built environment today, and why you’ll see owners insist on more of this methodology.

Larry Arndt, Senior Director, Barton Malow Builders

 

Bruce Fong, Senior Director, SCL Health

 

Elizabeth Geiser, Director Preconstruction, Barton Malow Builders

 

Andrew Jennings, MEP and Prefab Manager, Haselden Construction

 

Jim Thomson, Vice President, HDR

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How PDC & Facilities Team Met the COVID Challenge in 160 Hospitals

Look at how the team in charge of 160+ hospitals and 2,600+ care sites responded to COVID quickly with programs that survived the test of time. Lessons learned and valuable insights.

 

Gil Manalo, Director of Construction Programs, Medxcel

 

Mark Schultz, Regional Director, TN./St. Thomas Health Ministry, Medxcel

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New Frontiers in Indoor Air Quality | Clean Air - Applying Lessons Learned from the Pandemic

A team of experienced consultants share what health systems are specifying to mitigate virus risks plus and an inside look at latest technology to avert airborne respiratory virus transmission in all types of facilities.

Avoiding Regulatory Traps in Clinics, Ambulatory Centers, and MOBs

Intensified regulatory scrutiny of medical spaces in outpatient facilities (including leased space) is increasing headaches. Learn what health system managers, space planners, engineers, contractors, landlords,

and property managers must know and do to avoid problems.

 

Jim Peterkin, Principal/Life Safety Consultant, TLC Engineering Solutions

 

Larry F. Rubin, M.Ed., CHFM, CHC, CHSP, CEM, CPE, Senior Director, Facilities & Support Services, Moffitt Cancer Center

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Future of Healthcare Real Estate

COVID revealed new opportunities and alternative approaches for healthcare real estate. We’ll explore: 
1.    Facility types to build, own, lease, or sell 
2.    Key design considerations
3.    Aligning real estate assets to goals
4.    Using third-party expertise 
5.    Structuring effective Partnerships

Mervyn Alphonso, Executive Vice President, Anchor Health

Properties

 

Andy Boggini, Partner, Optimal Outcomes

Thomas Wittenberg, Vice President, Realty Trust Group 

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Luncheon | Afternoon Sessions

Untangling the Supply Chain

Material costs surged an average of 26% during 2021. Wood is up 101%, steel 88%, copper 61%, and aluminum 33%, causing cost overruns, delays, and frustration. What is an owner, architect, and contractor to do? Explore the insights and lessons learned...

Mitch Green, Healthcare Pre-Construction Executive, AECOM Tishman

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Physical & Cyber Security - Battling the two front assault on medical facilities

Pay attention! The design and construction process is critical to the future security of the facility you are building.  Plus, an insider’s look at the security risk assessment checklist that directors walk through

 

Frank Finley II, PSP, Physical Security Consultant, Force Protect

 

Shawn Huskey, CPP, CHPP, COSS, CHEP, CCTA, Division Manager Public Safety, Security, Services & Transportation, Johns Hopkins ACH 

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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 proposed changes; including behavioral health, clinical treatment, and patient care spaces; and how it applies in Florida.

 

James R. (Skip) Gregory, NCARB, President Health Facility Consulting, FGI Health Guidelines Revision Committee Member

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Designing Flexible and Sustainable Hospitals

Addressing future change and the environmental impact of healthcare facilities begins before drawing the first line, and never ends. Examine the opportunities, constraints, and benefits from the viewpoint of two health systems, an architect, and a contractor.

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Doug Armstrong, Director Facilities, Advent Health/North Pinellas and Healthcare Construction Consultant

Tracy Hunt, Senior Vice President, Skanska USA Building

David Martin, AIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C, Principal/Director of Architecture, FreemanWhite

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Everet Simmons, Director of Design and Construction, Moffitt Cancer Center

 

Moderator: William J. Hercules, FAIA, CEO, WJH Health, Past-President, ACHA

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 VENUE

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The University of South Florida Center for Advanced Medical Learning & Simulation (CAMLS) is a world-class, one-of-a-kind facility dedicated to simulation-based healthcare education, training, and the development of innovative solutions that improve patient outcomes and reduce preventable medical errors. The design of the CAMLS facility enables the easy integration of classroom and simulation-based learning opportunities under one roof.

 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 

 COVID AWARENESS

The health and safety of attendees, speakers, event partners and staff are a top priority. We are closely monitoring any state, local, or venue regulations, policies and  guidelines with regard to live meetings.  We will adhere to whatever directives (if any) that are in force at the time of the event, and do our best to communicate them in advance. 

 SPONSORSHIP & SPEAKER OPPORTUNITIES

To become a Sponsor/Participating Partner: Glenn Fischer, 971-219-0563, gfischer@squarefootage.net

For Requests to Present or Obtain Panel Seat Consideration: Alan Whitson, RPA, awhitson@squarefootage.net

SUMMIT AMBASSADOR 

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INDUSTRY PARTNERS

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EDUCATION PARTNERS

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