Tuesday, September 17, 2019 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Open to Conference Attendees Only
Data, Metrics and Sessions Mapping: Analysis for a Multi-Specialty Clinic
Principal, Principal Perkins Eastman
Associate, Healthcare Planner, Perkins Eastman
Vice President of Facility Services, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
With escalating healthcare operating and capital costs, facilities are seeking profitable strategies to improve scheduling efficiency and room utilization by restructuring process, flow and operations while providing quality healthcare services. This session will examine a planned outpatient clinic reconfiguration at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY to uncover the relationship between space allocation and need projections for multiple clinical specialty groups sharing a large group practice. The speakers will demonstrate their explorations in quantitative analysis of clinical volume data, in order to understand the relationships between utilization, scheduling, and sessional mapping, and their application to space programming and planning. They will discuss how these methods measured and balanced complex needs between multiple specialty practices and helped leadership strategize to achieve greater efficiencies, operational advantage, and improved outcomes.
- Become familiar with concepts of quantitative data analysis, growth projections, utilization rates, and sessional mapping.
- Review methodology and applications utilized for a multi-specialty outpatient clinic and how it can be applied to other clinical settings.
- Summarize analytical results to demonstrate future utilization,capacity and efficiencies of shared use of clinical exam modules on a sessional basis.
- Understand how programmers and planners can aid healthcare institutions to create a more efficient and stronger financial operating model.