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2017 PDC Summit


1767 - GENERAL SESSION: Overcoming National Challenges in the Health Care Built Environment


Mar 13, 2017 3:00pm ‐ Mar 13, 2017 4:15pm


Credits: None available.

Standard: $75.00

Description

The National Institute of Building Sciences has brought together leading health care professionals to address common challenges of our field at a national level. The Academy for Healthcare Infrastructure (AHI) was developed to create white papers dedicated to improving complex built environment required to support America's health care mission. This session features a panel discussing AHI's work and best practices on topics such as reducing capital costs; developing a flexible health care infrastructure; project acceleration and speed-to-market strategies; defining the next generation's focus; and owner organization for successful project outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the unique challenges the health care built environment will face in coming years.
  • Discuss best practices for overcoming the challenges in the health care built environment.
  • List resources you can use to help reduce capital costs.
  • Develop strategies to ensure successful project outcomes.

Moderator(s):

Speaker(s):

  • Frank F. Aucremanne, Executive Director, Buildings and Properties, Cleveland Clinic
  • Stella Fiotes, Executive Director, Office of Construction and Facilities, Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Walter B. Jones, Senior Vice President of Campus Transformation, The MetroHealth System
  • Spencer Moore, Vice President, Chief Facilities Officer, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Donald H. Orndoff, Sr. VP, Kaiser Permanente
  • Robert McCoole, Retired Senior VP, Ascension Health

Credits

Credits: None available.

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Margie Snow
3/16/17 3:56 pm

This was a compelling discussion. I thought all participants contributed to the topic. As HC interior designers we see the challenges that our clients face. The built environment is costly and has a great impact on the health of the occupants. How to understand where to spend precious resources - inpatient - large campuses; Outpatient smaller facilities? What will baby boomers need?

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