2018 PDC Summit

1904 - Neighborhood Health Care: Developing an Ambulatory Network

Mar 26, 2018 1:45pm ‐ Mar 26, 2018 2:45pm


Credits: None available.

Standard: $30.00
Members: $15.00

Description

Outpatient facilities improve community health by shifting health care beyond the boundaries of stand-alone hospitals through strategically placed satellite locations. Populations receive local access to specialty care, and the care of medical conditions is improved by the quality health care within the community. Consultants align goals for ambulatory care centers that build on the institution’s clinical mission. Four professionals involved in the development of ambulatory care facilities will present the trends, opportunities, and limitations of planning, designing, and constructing ambulatory facilities. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify populations that are best served via community-based health care access.
  • Assess a user-based design approach through a hospitality-driven aesthetic.
  • Describe how feasibility studies and scope are assessed from the owner, client, and design consultant’s perspective.
  • Track 10-year ambulatory trends.

Speaker(s):

  • Catherine Gow
  • Lynn Lang, RN, BSN, MBA, Chief of Integration, Summit Health Management
  • James Snyder, AIA, Senior Program Director of Clinical Affairs, NYU Langone Medical Center

Credits

Credits: None available.

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Richard Whitaker
3/29/18 12:11 pm

Very good, well presented

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