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As healthcare providers strive to protect patient health and safety, for the successful execution of a project, effective planning is essential. Those involved with the design and execution of the …

As healthcare providers strive to protect patient health and safety, for the successful execution of a project, effective planning is essential. Those involved with the design and execution of the infrastructure in question must consider the many factors which could impact the job, the successful scheduling, budgeting, site safety, availability of materials, logistics, inconvenience to the public caused by construction delays, preparing tender documents, etc. The hospital planning, design, and construction process takes the form of three distinct phases. This event will focus on the first (definition and planning) and second (schematic and design implementation, construction documentation, etc.) phases. The final stage (Bidding, Construction, Licensing and evaluation) will be covered in a future session. This strategic event is intended to aid in the design and review of hospital construction projects and serve as a model for avoiding costly delays sometimes associated with complex construction efforts. Too Much To Miss!

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  • 1. How bad will the economy get, and how long will the crisis last? Is the economic recovery program going to help or hurt healthcare? “Are you an Evolving Hospital...?” --- Space is Limited to 50 Attendees Maximum!!! S BEST PRACTICES IN HEALTHCARE CONSTRUCTION & DESIGN Establishing the Next Generation in Healthcare Design, Planning & Implementation OCTOBER 14 – 15, 2010 – WASHINGTON, D.C. – AIA Boardroom Highlighting the modern trends, pioneering strategies, and best case studies from leading healthcare organizations that have implemented successful healthcare construction design projects geared to improve organizational outcome, gain competitive edge and meet the increasing patient demand. Register 3 Attendees, Get the 4th Free…Discounts Available to AIA & ASHE Members Speaker Invites Include Workshop Leaders Speaker Invites Include KEYNOTE: Christina Vernon, AIA Fred Ortmann Scott C. Scarfone, ASLA Senior Director, Sustainability & CEO & President Principal & Founder Environment/Director, Office for a Healthy ORTMANN HEALTHCARE OASIS DESIGN GROUP Environment CLEVELAND CLINIC Terry Miller EVP & COO Cecily Lohmar GENE BURTON & ASSOCIATES Principal ____________________________ NEW HEIGHTS GROUP Mayer Zimmerman Principal Critical Topics of Discussion: BURTON KLEIN & ASSOCIATES Valerie Giordano, RN  Integrating Healthcare & Engineering Project Manager  Revenue Generating Construction Strategies NEW ENGLAND BAPTIST HOSPITAL Jeff Grossberg Managing Director  Critical Actions To Take Before 2011 SKYSITE PROPERTY  Healthcare Reform Dilemma ASHE  Understand Emerging Issues for New Builds Speaker To Be Announced  Infection Control During Construction Mary Ann Derr  Develop Better Budgeting Outcomes Principal  Clinical Operational Optimization KAISER PERMANENTE SYNURGY HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS  Vendor Selection & Management Speaker To Be Announced  Understanding Public Policies and Mandates  Healthcare Life Safety Issues AIA Speaker To Be Announced  And More!!! EVENT SPONSORS 2010 Upcoming Events: EVENT PARTNERS September: Technology Centers of Excellence Boston, MA October: Healthcare CFO Boot Camp Orlando, FL November: Pediatric Centers of Excellence Houston, TX December: Streamlining Your Revenue Generating Service Lines San Francisco, CA Univ. of San Francisco California Med. Center TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 349-3142 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com
  • 2. TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 349-3142 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com S BEST PRACTICES IN HEALTHCARE CONSTRUCTION & DESIGN Establishing the Next Generation in Healthcare Design, Planning & Implementation OCTOBER 14 – 15, 2010 – WASHINGTON, D.C. – AIA Boardroom Highlighting the modern trends, pioneering strategies, and best case studies from leading healthcare organizations that have implemented successful healthcare construction design projects geared to improve organizational outcome, gain competitive edge and meet the increasing patient demand. Register 3 Attendees, Get the 4th Free…Discounts Available to AIA & ASHE Members CONFERENCE THEME: As healthcare providers strive to protect patient health and safety, for the successful execution of a project, effective planning is essential. Those involved with the design and execution of the infrastructure in question must consider the many factors which could impact the job, the successful scheduling, budgeting, site safety, availability of materials, logistics, inconvenience to the public caused by construction delays, preparing tender documents, etc. The hospital planning, design, and construction process takes the form of three distinct phases. This event will focus on the first (definition and planning) and second (schematic and design implementation, construction documentation, etc.) phases. The final stage (Bidding, Construction, Licensing and evaluation) will be covered in a future session. This strategic event is intended to aid in the design and review of hospital construction projects and serve as a model for avoiding costly delays sometimes associated with complex construction efforts. Too Much To Miss! WHO WILL BE THERE: This conference is designed for Senior Level Executives, Vice Presidents, Administrators, Directors and Managers within hospitals, health systems, federal and state agencies, as well as healthcare consultants. Academic Medical Centers, Teaching Hospitals, and Community Hospitals are also encouraged to attend. KEY TITLE(S):  CEOs/COOs/CFOs  Medical Equipment Management  Architects, Builders, Construction Managers, Contractors  Property Managers, Subcontractors  Facilities Directors & Managers  Interior Designers, Project Managers and Leaders  Health Care Facility-Based Planners  Vice President/Director, Business Development  Health Care Consultants  Vice President/Director, Clinical Services  Medical Directors, Executive Directors  Research & Clinical Solutions  Planning & Construction  Support Services  Chief Nursing Officers  Environmental Management  Attorneys, Public Policy  Safety & Security Management OTHER TOPICS OF DISCUSSION INCLUDE:  Greening The Patient Experience – Creating a Balance Between Humans and Health Systems  Creating a 5-Star OR – 5 Elements involved with the Planning, Designing & Building an Exemplary Operating Room  Understanding the process of the Office of Statewide Health and Planning Development (OSHPD)  Implementation of New and Ever-Changing Technologies  Developing the Next Generation Patient Room  The Benefits of Construction in a Slow Economy - Federally Funded Stimulus Projects  The Risks and Rewards of Program Management  Understanding the False Claims Act  The Architect’s Perspective – An Interactive Discussion on Key Strategic Approaches for Construction Design  Minimizing Construction Effects on Patients & Staff:  Alignment of Goals, Action Strategies & Behaviors, Ensuring Accountability TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 349-3142 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com
  • 3. CONFERENCE DAY 1: 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast & Exhibits 8:30 AM – 8:45 AM Chairperson’s Welcoming Remarks 8:45 AM – 10:00 AM ***KEYNOTE*** ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP FROM AN OPERATIONAL STANDPOINT Christina Vernon, Senior Director, Sustainability and Environmental Strategy/Director, Office for a Healthy Environment, CLEVELAND CLINIC (Case-Study Focused) Discuss the planning, design and construction of major hospitals and outpatient facilities; demonstrate the effectiveness of a collaborative process. Development and implementation of innovative project delivery models, for major capital programs, which promote the integration of project teams, processes and systems that reduce costs, improve efficiency and optimize project results for private and public entities.  Design and Productivity  Managing Risk in the Building Process  Corporate Architects and Facility Management  The Design Process as a Problem-Solving Tool  Evidence-Based Approach Strategies 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Mid-Morning Refreshments and Exhibits 10:30 AM – 11:15 AM COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY PLANNING – BRIDGING THE DESIGN GAP Terry Miller, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, GENE BURTON & ASSOCIATES (Case-Study Focused) From digital imaging and digitally integrated surgical video to the virtual e-ICU, digitally controlled robotic lab, and robotic pharmacy; healthcare is becoming evermore information intensive – and the variety of information sources, formats, users, access locations, and viewing modalities evermore varied. Medical equipment has become the primary source for medical information in the hospital of today. Planning and design of healthcare facilities today requires a working knowledge of care and treatment processes, the medical technologies that support those processes, information the technologies produce, and the infrastructure necessary for capturing, storing, and accessing the information. This presentation will provide an overview of the latest medical technology advancements, the effect of technology advancement on design, and strategies for planning and designing the information infrastructure required to support healthcare facilities’ immediate and future needs.  Medical/Clinical Technology Defined  How Clinical Technology is Changing  Advancing Technology Trends and the Effect on Design and Information Infrastructure  Strategies Identified and the Need for a Comprehensive Approach to Planning and Design 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM INTEGRATED STRATEGIC AND FACILITIES PLANNING Cecily Lohmar, Principal, NEW HEIGHTS GROUP SOMETHING WAS MISSING: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SURGICAL AND NON-SURGICAL CARE IN A NEUROSURGERY PRACTICE (Case-Study Focused) The need to closely integrate strategic and facility planning has never been greater than today, when hospital capital needs are soaring and financial resources are scarce; this session will provide a framework for an integrated approach to planning. This will include a review of historical approaches and organizational models that have fostered the current disconnect in many organizations. The process for an integrated approach to strategic and facilities planning will be provided. This will include discussion on identifying and involving the key players, an integrated timeframe, detailed tasks and responsibilities, orientation of data to meet both strategic and facility planning needs, and a typical timeframe for a master planning process. Using an actual case study, presenters will go through the key steps in the integrated process, and milestones and challenges along the way. TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 349-3142 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com
  • 4.  The Role of Hospital Planning Functions in Facility Initiatives  The Need for a More Integrated Approach to Facility Planning  How to Integrate Strategic and Facility Planning Effectively  A Template for an Integrated Strategic and Facility Planning Process 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Networking Luncheon and Exhibits 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM THE OBAMA HEALTHCARE LEGISLATION & ITS IMPACT ON HEALTHCARE ARCHITECTURE Fred W. Ortmann III, President, ORTMANN HEALTHCARE CONSULTANTS (Case-Study Focused) This presentation will review present architectural design processes for healthcare facilities. The recent legislative changes to the Medicare and Medicaid programs will also be discussed with emphasis placed on the impact these changes will have on healthcare architecture and construction. The presentation will conclude with concepts that healthcare architects, contractors, and hospital administrators should implement to excel in the new world of “Obama Care”.  A Brief Look at Today’s Architectural Design Process and its Impact on Healthcare  A Description of the Role of Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) Today and in the Future  A Brief Look at the OBAMA Healthcare Legislation and its Potential Impact on Design and Construction  Can Today’s Healthcare System Meet the Needs of the Population Under OBAMA Care?  The Potential Impact of OBAMA Care on Healthcare Architecture and New Role for Architects in this Process  How to Design Healthcare Facilities in this Manner that the Facility is a Viable Economic Entity  The Future of Healthcare and How to Survive and Prosper in the New Age 2:00 PM – 2:30 PM Afternoon Break and Exhibits 2:30 PM – 3:15 PM HEALING GARDENS BENEFIT HOSPITALS AND SUSTAIN THE ENVIRONMENT SOMETHING WAS MISSING: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SURGICAL AND NON-SURGICAL CARE IN A NEUROSURGERY PRACTICE Scott C. Scarfone, ASLA, Principal and Founder, OASIS DESIGN GROUP Green roofs are a smart “green” business investment for hospitals because they are an important component of a total healing and wellness experience and are a benefit to hospitals’ patients, family members, staff, visitors, volunteers, and friends. With ever- increasing attention on sustainable building practices and people’s impact on the environment, green roofs are a way to reduce storm water and reduce heat island effects. Green roofs tend to generate a high return on investment because they accomplish all of these objectives while providing a much needed respite for patients, family, and staff. The Rooftop, Healing Gardens Benefit Hospitals and Sustain the Environment session will explore the technical requirements for the development of a rooftop, healing garden as well as elaborate on the benefits provided to both the environment and the garden participants.  Technical Aspects of Designing and Constructing a Rooftop Garden or Green Roof for Your Facility  How LEED Design Points from the USGBC Can be Obtained for the Development of Such Gardens  Greening The Patient Experience – Bringing People an Plants Together For Health & Well-Being  Build a Better Brand Image, Meet the Patient Demand, Increase Organizational Revenue 3:15 PM – 4:45 PM STRATEGIC INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 4:45 PM – 5:00 PM Chairperson’s Closing Remarks This interactive roundtable discussion will offer an intimate and strategic platform for all participants to brainstorm, share ideas and SOMETHING what is needed BRIDGING THEthe next step towards excellenceNON-SURGICAL CARE construction industry. Openly decipher WAS MISSING: to accomplish GAP BETWEEN SURGICAL AND within the design and IN A NEUROSURGERY PRACTICE discuss business models, technological innovations, policy activities, innovative marketing strategies and other factors that have the greatest impact on the design, development and excellence of our healthcare systems. ***Audience Participation Is Highly Encouraged. TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 349-3142 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com
  • 5. Topics of Discussion: Fred W. Ortmann III, Ortmann Healthcare Consultants – Roundtable Leader  Future Challenges & Highlights In The Architecture, Design & Construction World  The Future of Patient Matched Technologies and Advancements  Next Critical Construction & Design Steps For Healthcare Organizations CONFERENCE DAY 2: 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Registration, Continental Breakfast & Exhibits 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM SPECIAL THINK-TANK SESSION – SPONSOR TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED Sponsored By: SOMETHING WAS MISSING: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SURGICAL AND NON-SURGICAL CARE IN A NEUROSURGERY PRACTICE Mary Ann Derr, Synurgy Healthcare Solutions – Session Leader This session will cover unique ways to increase and sustain revenue within your organization and the healthcare market’s most pertinent topics. Meet and merge your minds to determine best practices and strategies geared at discovering new and distinctive ways to market, grow and sustain your organization. Think outside the box and bring your ideas, suggestions and comments to this session. ***Audience Participation Is Highly Encouraged. Topics of Discussion:  Smart Healthcare Marketing for Architects, Contractors, Landscapers, and Others  Healthcare Reform  Economic Market & Rising Costs  Forming Strategic Partnerships & Collaborations – Benefits of Knowledge-Sharing 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Mid-Morning Break and Exhibits 10:30 AM – 11:15 PM THE FUTURE OF ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES Jeff Grossberg, CEO, SKYSITE PROPERTY Jeff will focus on the next wave of energy technologies now available for implementation. Investigate, evaluate, and deploy technologies and systems that significantly improve energy efficiency within the healthcare industry. Topics of Discussion:  Corporate Environmental Strategies (CES)/Green Building Strategies (GBS)  Utilizing Renewable Energies  Execute Plans for Implementing Energy Efficiency  Energy-efficiency technologies, building management systems  Forming Strategic Partnerships With Energy Providers 11:15 PM – 12:00 PM CREATING THE IDEAL PATIENT EXPERIENCE FOR YOUR CENTER OF EXCELLENCE (COE) 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM Networking Luncheon and Exhibits Marcia Friesen, RN, BS, FAIHQ, FACHE, President and CEO, ORTHOPAEDIC ADVANTAGE (Case-Study Focused) In a highly competitive marketplace, it is imperative that Centers of Excellence find ways to differentiate their patient experience. This can be accomplished by designing new, innovative approaches to patient care and seamless delivery systems that will provide patients an excellence experience that will foster growth and success.  Engage Key Stakeholders and the Workforce (Physicians, Administration, Patients and Staff) in the Design and Implementation of the Ideal Patient Experience  Create the “One Stop Shop” Model of Efficient, High Quality Patient Care that Differentiates Your Center TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 349-3142 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com
  • 6.  Identify Design Standards of Performance to Designate Your Center of Excellence as a Top Performer  Create a Culture of Data Driven, Continual Process Improvement for your Center of Excellence  Developing Key Clinical and Financial Performance Metrics  Integrate Key Clinical Delivery Systems Including Case Management and Patient Education into the Design Processes to Improve Overall Patient Outcomes 1:15 PM – 2:00 PM THE FIVE STAR OR – DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF PERIOPERATIVE PROJECTS 2:15 PM – 2:45 PM Afternoon Break and Exhibits Mary Ann Derrr, RN, MBA, President & CEO, SYNURGY HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS (Case-Study Focused) With the integration of these five elements, the design and construction of the most complex perioperative projects will attain stellar results. What is it that qualifies as a “star” element in planning, designing and building an exemplary operating room? Let’s consider the process for existing hospitals in planning renovation or expansion of a perioperative area. This includes preop, holding, surgery and post-operative areas. First and foremost, it is crucial to consider the safety of the surrounding patient-occupied space. Whenever there is construction in or near patient care areas, the utmost caution must be exercised.  Pre-Construction Operational & Clinical Analysis  Identity Efficiencies; Utilizing Lean Strategies  Critical Recommendations Prior to Breaking Ground  Develop a Strategic Design & Construction Workbook 2:45 PM – 3:30 PM NEW DIRECTION FOR THE GLOBAL HEALTH AND SAFETY INITIATIVE Mayer Zimmerman, Life Safety Code Specialist, MAYER ZIMMERMAN ASSOCIATES (Case-Study Focused) Mayer Zimmerman, MS, spent 36 years wth the federal government as a Life Safety Code Specialist, acting as the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) over life safety issues involving all types of health care facilities for the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). He represented CMS for more than 30 years on the NFPA T/C on Health Care Occupancies (NFPA 101) and the T/CC on Health Care Facilities (NFPA 99). He served as a CMS instructor in every LSC and NFPA 99 class CMS has held. He is a member of NFPA and the Society of Fire Protection Engineers. In August 2008, he started his own company specializing in health care life safety issues. He remains a member of the NFPA 99 Technical Correlating Committee as an independent expert. Fire & Life Safety in Health Care Facilities Life Safety Topics; Emergency Power Topics  Surveying ASCs; CMS Expectations  Operational Excellence, Effective Patient/Provider Communications  Joint Commission Stroke Certification Process – Leading Developmental Processes 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM AIA SPEAKER TO BE ANNOUNCED 4:15 PM – 4:45 PM THINK-TANK DISCUSSION – CRITICAL TOPICS OF INTEREST FOR FUTURE EVENTS As we do at the end of all of our events, we look to take some time to brainstorm ideas with our participants to determine what event topics we should focus on next. Be part of this critical Think-Tank Group and receive periodic updates and a discounted group rate towards any MindStream event. ---END OF CONFERENCE--- TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 349-3142 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com
  • 7. TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 349-3142 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com S BEST PRACTICES IN HEALTHCARE CONSTRUCTION & DESIGN Establishing the Next Generation in Healthcare Design, Planning & Implementation OCTOBER 14 – 15, 2010 – WASHINGTON, D.C. – AIA Boardroom Highlighting the modern trends, pioneering strategies, and best case studies from leading healthcare organizations that have implemented successful healthcare construction design projects geared to improve organizational outcome, gain competitive edge and meet the increasing patient demand. Register 3 Attendees, Get the 4th Free…Discounts Available to AIA & ASHE Members CONFERENCE VENUE: American Institute of Architects Boardroom 1735 New York Ave., NW Washington, DC 20006 (800) AIA-3837 GROUP HOTEL: Group Rate Under Negotiations Conference Registration Fees: Early Bird Normal Registration Registration CD Documentation Registration Pricing Expires 08/31/2010 Expires 10/08/2010 Onsite Registration Package AIA & ASHE Members $1,095 $1,295 $1,595 $199 ACPE & ACHE Members $1,095 $1,295 $1,595 $199 Sponsor Referrals & HFN Subscribers $1,095 $1,295 $1,595 $199 All Others $1,195 $1,495 $1,595 $299 (Attendee registration includes entrance to event, all catered meals, panel discussions, think-tank sessions, networking reception (if available) and CD documentation) PAYMENT: Payment must be received within 5 days of registering if paying by corporate check. Credit card payments are processed immediately. You will receive a paid or unpaid invoice shortly after registering. TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 349-3142 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com

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