Friday, December 14, 2018 – San Francisco
Not Your Usual Healthcare Event
“One of the best day-long events I have attended” s “Broad overview of all the connecting components of healthcare, real estate, & political climate” s “Fast fire” s “Presentations were right amount of time” s
“Variety of topics from real estate, to design, to facilities management and code were great" s “Case studies by experience pros”
-Attendees Get Take Home Copies of Presentations. Yes, All the Slides!
-Educational Credits: Earn Up to 5 CEUs.
-Discounts Apply for HealthCare Institute members
Networking/Registration: 8:00 am to 8:30 am
Morning Sessions: 8:30 am to Noon
Arriving at the Crossroads: The Decision to Build or Not
Healthcare systems face a tough choice when selecting the path to growing market share. Growth means some degree of expanding facility space. So you’re grappling with options on buy or lease, renovate, condense and increase efficiency of existing space; or build something new? The biggest: Are we in a financial position to invest large sums of capital?
-Patrick Daniel, former UCSD Chief Administrative Officer, Facilities Planning & Management and Capital Committee Chair. Daniel’s career spans 35 years in managing non-clinical support departments, capital planning, and project management for both UCSD and Kaiser Foundation. Daniel’s nickname at UCSD was “The Money Man”
FGI Guidelines for 2018 and Beyond.
Now separated into three documents to reflect explosion of outpatient facilities. Changes presented by Doug Erickson, CEO, Facility Guidelines Institute
OSHPD: The Best Practices in California Healthcare Facilities,
-Gary Dunger, California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD), Facilities Development Division (FDD)
Avoiding Compliance Pitfalls in Leased Medical Buildings, Whether You’re Tenant or Owner.
The growth in medical procedures done in an outpatient setting raises the bar for compliance. Even The Joint Commission is now reviewing this. Assessing risks and upholding regulatory compliance in leased buildings is complex, especially if there multiple tenants in a building. Among the questions addressed: What are the risks? Who pays when things aren’t done correctly?
-Eric Stein, SVP/Regional Manager, Harsch Investments and Chair of BOMA Codes Committee
-Armin Wolski, M.Sc., PE, Life Safety Code Consultant, Reax Engineering
-Derek Ridgway, Partner, Hanson Bridgett
Luncheon/Networking: Noon to 12:45 pm
Afternoon Sessions: 12:45 to 3:15 pm
Future of California’s Healthcare Real Estate Market – What’s Driving Demand
- Demographic and Economic Drivers. Latest research and analysis with data supplied by Revista, owner of the nation’s most authoritative medical buildings database
- What It Means to You: Perspectives from Leading Healthcare Real Estate Specialists –
-Mike Conn, Senior Vice President, Meridian
-Michael Monaldo, VP/Facilities Development & Corporate Real Estate, John Muir Health
Making Next Generation Clinics & MOBs Pencil Out
One third of medical office space is outdated and needs upgrading. Yet with rising construction costs, it’s a challenge for healthcare providers and developers to make next generation medical facilities pencil out. See how improving clinical capacity, cutting out no value space can shrink the square footage needed, and standardization can get projects moving.
-Multi-Tenant Building Perspective: Debbie Jacobs, Director, Catalyst
-Single Tenant Building Perspective: Sunil Shah, Vice President Facilities Planning+Design, National Facilities Service, Kaiser Permanente
Connecting the Dots Between Owner, Design & Construction in Next Generation Medical Buildings
-Mark Brna, Executive Director, National Facilities Services, Facilities Strategy Planning & Design, Kaiser Permanente
Leveraging the Brand without Breaking the Bank
Exterior and interior branding in medical facilities can increase market share and improve patient experience. The trick is doing it within a tight budget
-Mark Krejchi, Ph.D., Healthcare Manager, Wilsonart
-Sean Keathley, President, Adrenaline
-Charles Parks, Director/Senior Medical Planner, KMD Architects
Latest Research: Seven California Hospital Projects Reveal 9 Indicators for a Successful Healthcare
A deep dive reflection on seven inpatient acute care hospitals recently completed in California was undertaken. This study revealed several success factors when comparing projects that navigated smoothly. Highlighted are key research findings,
-George Hurley, Healthcare Core Market Leader, DPR Construction
-Laurel Harrison, Vice President & Chair, Health Sector, Stantec
-Michelle Malone, Executive Director of Facilities & Construction, Chinese Hospital
-Lynn Welch, SitePlus
Industry Partners: Aridus, Adrenaline, Cambridge Sound Management, Camfil, Delta Controls, DPR Construction, nora systems, inc., Tremco, Wilsonart
Media Partner: McMorrow Reports
Where: AIA SF Gallery, Hallidie Building, 130 Sutter St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94104, (one block from Montgomery St. BART station). – 8:00 am to 3:15 pm. Includes continental breakfast and lunch.
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