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June 6 Chicago & June 27 Houston: Healthcare Hits the Reset Button

The in-person healthcare built environment educational and networking summits were standing-room only in Philadelphia on March 1 and New York on April 11. Facilities and operations executives for hospital systems, architects, construction and design professionals are sharing information about their experiences post-pandemic in hospital, clinic, retail and mobile healthcare services delivery. The challenges of construction costs, the uniting of hospital platforms to offer care in shared markets, and the increase in telehealth access is changing the healthcare landscape and impacting capital investment.

Healthcare Hits the Reset Button, the hospital, outpatient facilities and medical office buildings summits are scheduled for June 6 in Chicago and June 27 in Houston.

Sessions include:

Forward Thinking Ideas

  • How the Future of Healthcare Delivery is Rewriting Today’s Capital Spending Plans
  • Strategic Planning for Sustainability 
  • Equity & Access to Care in Underserved Communities

A Deep Dive into Adaptive Reuse​

  • How to Create Value, Save Time, and Control Costs in Adaptive Reuse Projects

Emerging Best Practices​

  • New Tech + Best Practices Is Transforming How You Manage Facilities
  • I Love It, It’s Perfect, Now Change It – Avoiding Project Close Out Issues
  • Spotlight – Money Saving Solutions You Can Use Tomorrow
  • Building & Supporting the Agile Design & Construction Team

Attendance fees range from $59.00 to $279.00. AMFP members and health system employees receive special discounted rates.

The Summits are presented by Corporate Realty, Design & Management Institute with the Association of Medical Facility Professionals as an education partner and The McMorrow Reports/Healthcare as media partner.

Click for information about these and upcoming conferences in Seattle, SF Bay Area, Atlanta, Denver and Washington DC.