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 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM  Materials will be provided and no prior drawing   Charge, Austin, BSA LifeStructures    1:45 PM – 2:45 PM
 experience is necessary. Note that this is a double session    Tim Spence AIA, ACHA, LSSYB, President, BSA
 Facilitating Happiness: How the Built   with a 15-minute break. See: www.generativespaceweek.  LifeStructures  The Continuing Evolution of EDs: A
 Environment Defines Patient Experience  net, click ‘About Us’, and scroll down to see images of   Brief Look Back & Dive into the Future
 drawings from previous Intuitive Design Workshops by
 The built environment is a behavioral system. The   Gregory.  1:45 PM – 2:45 PM  Healthcare executives, their staffs, facility managers,
 facilities we inhabit shape our conduct and funnel our           planners, and architects need the most current information
 perceptions of the world around us. This is crucial in   SPEAKERS   Pandemic Care Delivery Driving   before embarking on renovating, expanding, or building a
 healthcare settings. The experiences our buildings offer,   Buildings of the Future Many Lessons   new emergency department. Input from expertise within
 from the parking lot to the patient bed, set the stage for   Gregory Splinter AIA, Co-founder and Partner, Yowza   Learned  the hospital and as well as a perspective from the larger
 a patient’s clinical outcome. This presentation will not   Architects  healthcare community is essential. With fierce competition,
 only define the key strategies healthcare facilities can   Pandemics the Past, Present and Future! Panelist   wait times posted on billboards, and online scheduling,
 implement to increase patient satisfaction (addressing   12:15 PM – 1:30 PM  include hospital design and construction and clinical   the hospital must develop a business plan that ensures
 noise, cleanliness, wayfinding, etc.), it will provide a   planner leaders from for profit, not for profit and public   success. Rapid growth in the number of FSEDs requires
 dynamic discussion surrounding the empirical research   Networking/Awards Luncheon  facilities. They will discuss lessons learned such as   research on the demographics of patient population when
 correlating facility design and emotional well-being. For   early warning signs from China, lessons learned from   considering where and how large their facility should be.
 many, healthcare facilities often house some of the most   Join  us for  lunch  as the  Symposium   past and current pandemics and modifications of   Change is also occurring inside the department itself:
 stressful moments in people’s lives and the buildings   Distinction Awards and the Founder’s   facilities. Did we overreact and or underestimate the   •  Its location with respect to the main entrance of
 we design and operate need to understand their role in   Award are presented. You can learn more   warning signs? We’re the buildings modified due to   the hospital.
 providing comfort to the people they serve. Participants   about the Symposium Distinction Awards   past pandemics such as HIV, SARS, and EBOLLA that
 will learn how their facilities can better support patients   and submit an entry here. We will also kick   enhanced the building needs to manage COVID? They   •  An evolving central core into space for many
 and discuss strategies that can be implemented in a   off our 2021 raffle - please check back to   will also discuss operational and care delivery changes   highly trained specialists.
 variety of healthcare settings.  see the charity that will benefit this year.  that impacted both in and outpatient facilities from   •  Treatment rooms changing in size and character
 sponsored by:  sponsored by:  diagnosis, to testing sites to in patient care, preventive   with many distinct environments.
               care and vaccinations. Panelists will showcase facility
               modifications whether in patient and outpatient as   A case study of an ED relocation and expansion
               well as discuss permanent and future capital planning   provides insights into the latest design trends.
 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM
 SPEAKERS      changes to future proof their buildings.             sponsored by:
 Zachary Benedict, Principal, MKM architecture + design   American College of Healthcare
 Tom Edwards, PMP, CHC, Senior Project Manager,   MODERATOR
 Medxcel Planning, Design, and Construction   Architects Exam Prep Seminar  Daina Pitzenberger, SVP. RN BD, Project
 Matt Sparling, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, MKM   ACHA’s  professional  credential  in  healthcare  Development Services, JLL
 architecture + design  architecture is the only specialty certification program   SPEAKERS
 recognized by the AIA. This workshop will provide   Patrick M. Casey, VP Operations & Real Estate,
 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM  healthcare architects with useful information to submit   University Miami Health System
 their credentials and prepare for the ACHA Exam. The   Jim Hicks, Vice President, Capital Planning, Facilities
 Intuitive Design Workshop Part 2  seminar covers: application materials, exam topics,   & Construction, Houston Methodist
 sample questions, scoring criteria and exam schedules.  Jill S.M. Pearsall, RA, NCARB, SVP, Facilities Planning
 This real-time, highly participatory, experiential, and
 interactive workshop provides the opportunity for   & Development & Real Estate Services, Texas
 each participant to access their deep inner wisdom by   Children’s Hospital Houston
 creating their own intuitive drawing and  interpreting   John T. Wilson, AIA, CHFM, SASHE, Director
 their drawing through an immersive experience   SPEAKERS   Planning, Design and Construction, Parkland Health
 facilitated by Gregory. Each participant will create and   R. Gregg Moon, RA, ACHA, EDAC, President, rgmoon   and Hospital System
 keep a drawing that they have made as a reminder of   consulting
 the interpretation of their experience.  Craig Puccetti, AIA, EDAC, ACHA, Principal-In-

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