The Hospital, Outpatient Facilities & Medical Office Buildings Summits offer in-person educational and networking with five hours of CEUs and two hours of networking. This summit sells out every year in New York, but has not occurred since 2019, so register now if you want to attend. “What’s Next for Healthcare Facilities in These Unsettled Times?” will be held live 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m., June 14th in Midtown Manhattan. Lunch will be provided.
The healthcare summits are customized to each market and also will be held on June 8 in Boston and June 28 in Chicago. Click the date links to review the programs for each city. The McMorrow Reports/Healthcare is the Summits’ media partner.
Healthcare Trends: View from Senior Leaders
COVID exposed the weaknesses, strengths, and opportunities for healthcare facilities. Going forward, we must address capacity, costs, flexibility, labor shortages, resiliency, technological change, social disparities, sustainability, and whatever comes next.
2022 FGI Guidelines Update: What’s Changed From 2018
FGI Guidelines are the nation’s leading design standards for hospitals, outpatient, and residential care facilities. Get the latest on proposed changes; including behavioral health, clinical treatment, and patient care spaces; and how it applies in New York.
Don’t Be Blindsided: How FM & PDC Managers Can Create Resilient Healthcare Facilities
Translate a threat and hazard assessment into robust building designs, enhanced security, better emergency response, and effective risk management. Comply with CMS and other regulatory agencies. Find ways to improve operations and avoid cost.
High Rise Urban Hospitals: Rising Above Time, Money & Space Challenges
Explore the drivers for high-rise healthcare facilities. Identify the benefits to patients, caregivers, researchers, health systems, and surrounding community. See how to navigate the planning, design, and construction complexities of going up in urban areas.
The Art, Engineering, Management and Economics of Prefabrication and Modular Construction of Medical Facilities
This panel focuses on three paths needed to create value for the owner with prefabrication and modular construction:
Issues & Answers: What’s on the Mind of Health System Leaders
An interactive discussion with AMFP New York’s Advisory Board
Untangling the Supply Chain
Material costs surged an average of 26% during 2021. Wood is up 101%, steel 88%, copper 61%, and aluminum 33%, causing cost overruns, delays, and frustration. What is an owner, architect, and contractor to do? Explore the insights and lessons learned.
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