Healthcare facilities executives and planners along with architects and designers can select sessions in the Facility, Project & Asset Management track among the 14 education tracks at The Healthcare Design Expo + Conference , Nov. 2-5, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.
Sessions recommended by The McMorrow Reports/Healthcare include:
The Healthcare Design Expo + Conference is devoted to how the design of responsibly built environments directly impacts the safety, operation, clinical outcomes and financial success of healthcare facilities now and into the future. Pre-conference workshops offer in-depth learning, and facility tours highlight design materials and products used for innovation. More than 100 education sessions offer the latest research, trends and strategies in design, and more than 240 companies will exhibit solutions for your facilities.
Education tracks include Advancement in Evidence-Based Design Research, Behavioral Health Practices, Health and Wellness, Programming, Planning and Design, among others.
You can register here. Advance pricing is available through Oct. 19. The full conference is $1499; expo only is $449. Regular pricing goes into effect Oct. 20 to Nov. 5. The full conference is $1699; expo only is $599.
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The 2019 HCD Conference offers 24 hours CEU for AIA and IDCEC and 18 hours CEU for EDAC.
Tours will visit The Children’s Hospital of New Orleans, New Orleans Veterans Medical Center, Ochsner Health System – Bridge to North Campus, Trinity Community Care Center, Wellness Center of Thibodaux Regional and the University Medical Center New Orleans.
With more than 240 companies exhibiting, you’ll see innovative products focused on trends and best practices in healthcare design. You’ll find exhibitors from the following segments: furniture, building products, lighting, construction/engineering, headwalls/wallmounts, flooring, communications, signage/wayfinding, surfaces, fabric/textiles/upholstery, training, safety, and bath/restroom.
Conference tracks include: AIA-AAH Forums, Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research, Behavioral Health Practices, Clinical Perspectives, Deep Dive, Facility, Project & Asset Management, Health and Wellness, Interactive Roundtable Discussions, Lessons Learned, New Models and Methodologies, Pediatric Settings, Programming, Planning, and Design, Technology and Innovation, and Transformation and Innovation.