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Healthcare FMs can gain insight on building systems issues @ NFMT

The unique needs of hospital and healthcare facilities professionals are addressed in a selection of sessions during the National Facilities Management & Technology (NFMT) Conference & Expo, March 29-31 in Baltimore. “Facility managers are ready to return to in-person events,” says Dan Weltin, editor-in-chief, facility market at Trade Press Media Group. “Virtual conferences have been helpful during the pandemic, but they are no substitute for a live trade show. NFMT will be the best opportunity to learn about the latest trends and see new products.”  

Eileen McMorrow, editor-in-chief of The McMorrow Reports/Healthcare recommends these sessions for facilities professionals in healthcare:

Top 10 Low Cost Energy Savers

Reduce the Impacts of Rising Inflation, Wage Increases & Labor Shortages on Your Bottom Line

BIM 101: Everything Facility Managers Need to Know to Leverage BIM

Utilizing Mobile Solutions to Increase Operational Efficiency, Safety & Compliance

2021 IEBC Existing Building Code Essentials

Protecting IAQ while Cleaning for Health in the Pandemic

Are you Emergency-Ready?

The Intersection of Sustainable and Healthy Buildings

 Are You Ready to Combat Legionella?

The show is now offering four different registration options to choose from, allowing for a more personalized experience. The tiers are: 

Basic: At this level, registrants are able to attend the expo for free and have access to 20-minute learning lab sessions. In addition, Basic-level registrants are able to attend the Networking Party held the evening of March 29.   

Pro: For $29 registrants can secure the “Pro” level tier. At the Pro level, in addition to attending the 20-minute learning lab sessions and the Networking Party, attendees are able to pre-register for all sessions, have on-site access to 40 breakout sessions and can earn continuing education units. 

Elite: For $149, registrants can become an “Elite” attendee. Guests will have access to all that is in the aforementioned tiers, including video access to content after the show ends. In addition, Elite attendees will also secure a six-month subscription to fnPrime, a membership-only community that has new resources available to help facility professionals each month.  

Virtual: In order to remain COVID-friendly, NFMT is providing a virtual option for attendees that would like to stay remote for just $49. With this level, registrants are able access 20-minute learning lab sessions.  

NFMT is also bringing a series of educational sessions to help facilities professionals grow in their careers. The Foundation Sessions will cover topics ranging from safety, technology and sustainability. These 60-minute seminars are geared to be more introductory, and as a result, all attendees are welcome to participate.  

Breakout Sessions will also be offered, focusing on key trends, challenges and opportunities in facilities management for the year and beyond. These 60-minute sessions drill down into more detail with a higher level of sophistication and strategic, big-picture thinking. All Pro and Elite Level registrants are able to attend these sessions. 

“We’re not just excited, we’re thrilled to bring NFMT back to Baltimore,” says Jill McDermott, CEO of Trade Press Media Group. “After three long years away, the facilities community is more than ready to return to a face-to-face setting. We look forward to delivering our 20th trade show with a vibrant expo and a particularly strong conference session lineup.” 

Click here to register for NFMT.