Featured Speakers:

Mr. Carlos Amato
Mr. Carlos Amato
Principal/ Western Region Healthcare Market Leader
Cannon Design
Ms. Sarah Bader s/b IIDA
Ms. Sarah Bader s/b IIDA
Dr. Ken Catchpole
Dr. Ken Catchpole
Director of Surgical Safety & Human Factors Research
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Mr. Henry Chao
Mr. Henry Chao
Principal and Healthcare Design Director
Ms. Deborah Sheehan
Ms. Deborah Sheehan
Principal & Health Market Leader
Cannon Design
Mr. Zeke Triana
Mr. Zeke Triana
Director Facilities Planning, Design & Construction
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

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.

The built environment of a healthcare facility directly impacts the safety, operation, clinical outcomes, and financial success of healthcare organizations now and well into the future. By documenting deficiencies in logistical design and addressing potential improvements in the operation or condition of the facility’s mechanical equipment, lighting and related controls, facilities can work towards operating more effectively. 

With the effects of recent healthcare reform now in full swing and a variety of regulatory requirements to ensure compliance with; Owners are demanding designs that promote well being and convenience through strategic site design. Hospitals and other healthcare facilities have been planning construction projects with the keen knowledge that an aesthetically appealing and functional design attracts patients, insurance plans, and doctors, thus impacting the bottom line and growing revenue – while simultaneously fostering an environment conducive to optimal patent experience and care.

IQPC’s 2nd Annual Next Generation Healthcare Facilities Summit was designed with these industry challenges in mind!  

Join us in February to learn about:

  • Assess the impact of future trends in medical technology and information on clinical practices and healthcare facility design

  • Evaluate the regulatory environment (Affordable Care Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, HIPPA) to comply with state, federal and local requirements, avoiding halts in construction and cost overruns

  • Optimize cost effectiveness to make the most out of viable resources, enhancing functional space and utilizing a practical logistics system

  • Learn about topics as imperative to your future success as: IPD, P3, LEAN, Modular Construction, Rolling Roundtables  and Robust, Project Driven Case Studies

Take this opportunity to reacquaint yourself with some of the most important issues at play in the industry today by participating in an interactive forum designed with engagement and open discussion in mind. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn and benchmark with your peers and competitors including architects, engineers, real estate developers, project managers, facility managers, healthcare market leaders and 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

For more information visit: http://www.aia.org/education/ces/index.htm

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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