Northern California has become a center of excellence for medicine. This triumph means medical institutions must continue to find innovative ways to deliver care to the region’s population and the world.
How Northern California’s medical industries influence housing, retail, office, and industrial real estate across the area.
The latest insights on how Northern California is designing, building and operating the next generation of medical facilities.
You can register here. The cost is $99 for a healthcare provider employed by a health system or clinic. $149 in advance for AMFP members. $199 in advance for non-members. $269 for all attendees after Feb. 1. $289at the door. Group rates are available: 25% discount for 4-plus people registering at the same time.
The sessions are aimed at senior healthcare leaders, architects, designers, engineers, developers, contractors, facility managers, security directors, real estate brokers, property managers, attorneys and investors/lenders.
Attendees will earn 5 hours of CEUs, take home copies of the presentations and includes continental breakfast, lunch and networking opportunities.
The day’s agenda will include:
Where the Capital & Construction Dollars are Flowing: Priorities by Senior Level Healthcare Providers Executives, Stuart Ekblad, Vice President, Major Capital Construction Projects, UCSF (invited); George Tingwald, Director of Medical Planning, Stanford Health Care (invited).
Supporting Outpatient Strategies Using Alternative Delivery Models, Michael Monaldo, Vice President, Facilities Development & Corporate Real Estate and Real Estate, John Muir Health; Wendy Weitzner, Partner, The Innova Group; Moderator: Eric Hanson, Principal, Stantec.
Ambulatory & Emergency Care Models: An Analysis of Northern California and National Site Selection, Design, and Operating Models,Led by Kurt Neubek, Principal/Healthcare Sector Leader, Page. Neubek has led projects for healthcare clients such as Baylor College of Medicine, Dalian (China) Medical Center, HCA, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Texas Children’s Hospital and dozens of others.
Overcoming Labor Shortages and Rising Construction Costs with Off-Site Prefabrication on Medical Interiors Projects,Moderator: Randal Brand, architect/consultant on Stanford Health Care’s Redwood City MOB modular fit-out project; Andrea Hyde, Senior Project Manager – Interiors, Stanford Health Care; Ray Boff, National Prefab Strategy Lead, DPR Construction; Other Speakers TBA
Design for Future – Top Five Trends. They May Surprise You, Erin Couch, Standards and Design Director | Real Estate Strategy & Operations, Providence St. Joseph Health; Deborah Sheehan, Managing Director of The Center for Healthcare Excellence and Innovation, a division of BDO, and former Executive Director, Cannon Design, responsible for Kaiser’s Center of Excellence program.
Construction and Healthcare Real Estate Forecast: How California Shapes Up vs National Trends. Get the latest number on sales, construction, and leasing trends on medical facilities from Revista, the nation’s biggest supplier of medical building data. Plus, gain perspectives on the issues and solutions from leaders in healthcare real estate. Mike Conn, Executive Vice President/Development & Construction, Meridian; Catherine House, National Chair of Healthcare & Medical Office Buildings, SVN; Other Panelists TBA
Standardization: Wave of Future. Construction and space planning models are being standardized for clinics and MOBs. The wave was instigated by a California-based healthcare provider and is catching fire in multiple regions of the U.S. Speakers TBA
How Prepared are You? Latest Strategies to Cope with Power Outages, This year marks more than 30 years since the 1989 earthquake. What have we learned in that time? Gain proven strategies for coping with power outages. Speakers will prove that microgrids are no longer just for big buildings. Speakers TBA