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2017 PDC Summit

1569 - Intelligent Health Care Campus Reduces Facility Operations Costs

Mar 15, 2017 8:30am ‐ Mar 15, 2017 9:30am

Credits: None available.

Standard: $30.00


This University of Florida Health case study highlights the importance of people and technology in solving health care facility management challenges such as resiliency, staff retirement, energy, and operational efficiency. By defining its intelligent campus strategies through outcomes rather than technology, UF Health has been able to adopt a holistic approach. Outcomes accomplished through this approach include $5 million in savings in the last 5 years, improvement of patient comfort, and reduction of building system alarms by 80 percent.

Learning Objectives:

  • Master the Intelligent Campus concepts and understand the business case for its implementation – possibly at your institution.
  • Discover how the convergence of otherwise disparate systems can save significant operations costs, allowing greater investment in capital improvement and other health care programs.
  • Acquire a clear understanding as to how to implement an Intelligent Campus approach on a campus or in a specific building.
  • Recognize the impact of Internet of Things (IoT) and data on facilities and learn about the job functions you need today.


  • Sanjyot Bhusari, PE, CEM, LEED AP, Principal/Intelligent Buildings Practice Leader, Affiliated Engineers
  • Mark Dykes, Project Manager of Energy Utilization, University of Florida Health
  • Bradley S. Pollitt, AIA, Vice President, Facilites UF Health Shands Hospital


Credits: None available.

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