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 Sarah Bader
Sarah Bader

Next Generation Healthcare Facilities Summit is Coming February 23-25th, 2015.

Health Care Professionals, Engineers, and Architects Gather to Discuss Over $1 Billion in Healthcare Facility Construction Projects.

Architects Can Now Recieve 20 CES Credits from AIA for Attending!

Healthcare facilities are one of the most complex building structures that require integrated designs, while meeting the needs of hospital staff and providing a therapeutic environment for patients. Despite significant cost constraints, healthcare facilities have begun to implement procedures into their design and construction that enable them to attract the best doctors, health care plans, and patients.

Not only is it necessary to update a healthcare facility to comply with a variety of regulations, but also adhere to emerging technologies and a changing population resulting in design and construction of newer, more flexible facilities. IQPC’s Next Generation Healthcare Facilities is a distinctive conference that unites architects, engineers, healthcare professionals, real estate developers, facility managers, and more. Next Generation Healthcare Facilities summit will ensure that these professionals fulfill their quest to get answers pertaining to areas such as profitability, quality assurance of hospitals and outpatient construction projects.

Our expert speaking faculty will discuss the principles of healthcare facility design with regard to architectural vision, cleanliness, indoor environmental quality, energy efficiency, day lighting, acoustic control and much more.

Join us in Santa Monica, California on February 23-25th, for Next Generation Healthcare Facilities Summit 2015 to discuss:

  • Utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM), Energy Audits (EAs), and Life-Cycle Assessments (LCAs) to increase energy efficiency, assess LEED certification, and lower utility costs.
  • How regenerative design and aspects of a facility’s interior can promote patient wellness. More specifically how it can attract and retain the best doctors and HMOs.
  • Assessing the importance and value of using Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) to achieve efficiency during construction.
  • Evaluate the impact of the Affordable Care Act and HIPPA regulations on healthcare facility design.

What is CES?

The AIA/CES mission is to support members in mastering new knowledge and skills in order to meet the changing requirements of the profession and to responsibly meet the role society entrusts to architects. CES supports its continuing education mission through its Approved Provider Program, which consists of a network of AIA/CES Approved Providers. AIA/CES hopes to inspire and guide Approved Providers to consistently deliver quality education courses for architects.

The Continuing Education System was developed by the AIA to:

1. Support life-long professional learning for AIA Members

2. Record member Participation in education for AIA membership

3. Provide members opportunities to meet their MCE requirements

View State Licensing Board MCE Requirements Interactive Map

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To see a full list of speakers and sessions, be sure to download the agenda. This is health care conference that you do not want to miss, register today!

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