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May 19’s 1 Hour Healthcare: Effect of Hybrid Workplaces in Texas Health Facilities

Clinical and nonclinical work patterns in healthcare have changed through the pandemic. Emerging trends in telehealth and telework mean rethinking your planning, design, construction, real estate, and financial decisions.

In the next 1 Hour Healthcare episode, featured on VirtualCast, you can explore the pros and cons of telehealth, telework and hybrid workplaces, and learn why the right solution isn’t the same in every case.

You can Register Now for the Wednesday, May 19, 2021, LIVE forum. It begins at 12 p.m, CDT. The cost is $30. The program is free to AMFP Members with acode. It is also free to Healthcare Providers with a code. It is approved for 1.0 CEU/LU

1 Hour Healthcare, is a bi-weekly virtual news show that fills a vital need for engaging, high-quality continuing education content for all professionals serving the healthcare built-environment.1 Hour connects healthcare real estate, design, construction, facilities management, and related professionals to timely events, news, education, and resources. It builds upon the hosts’ longstanding history of successful live events with its focus on insights from industry leaders. Viewers watch at their convenience on the VirtualCast platform.

The Corporate Realty Design & Management Institute (CRDMI), in partnership with the Association of Medical Facility Professionals (AMFP), is bringing this powerful combination of C-suite insight and engaging, high-quality production to healthcare professionals. The McMorrow Reports/Healthcare is the program’s media partner.

Learn more about watch past 1 Hour Healthcare episodes here.

In this 1 Hour Healthcare episode, you will get the answers you need to seven critical questions:

  • What are the latest survey results telling us about people returning to the workplace, realigning how they work, and recalibrating space?
  • How will these changes reshape the facilities mix of healthcare systems?
  • What types of medical facilities will dominate the future landscape?
  • Which issues are vital when deciding to renovate, repurpose, or build new?
  • How will this shape the Texas real estate market in the future?
  • Can health systems, owners, and developers find success repurposing nonmedical properties?
  • Where will you find the best development opportunities?

Roundtable speakers will be:

  • Mike Conn, Chief Development Officer, Meridian.
  • Michael Corey, Managing Partner, Synergis Development Partners.
  • Jade Franklin, Director Workplace Strategy, Knoll.
  • Paul McCleary , Senior VP – Business Development, Medistar.
  • Charles Shelburne, VP of Campus Planning, Baylor Scott & White.