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 MONDAY, DECEMBER 6                            MONDAY, DECEMBER 6

 SPEAKERS   SPEAKERS       1:45 PM – 2:45 PM                                 2:45 PM – 3:00 PM
 Jason Dunkel, MBA, M. Div. President and CEO,   Marybeth Dietz, AIA, ACHA, Architect and Project
 AdventHealth North Pinellas   Manager, SmithGroup   Healthcare Providers Only Roundtable   RECHARGE BREAK
 John Grattendick AIA, ACHA, Project Manager,   Tim Gregg, AIA, ACHA, Principal, SmithGroupJJR   Part I  Recharge your batteries before the next session.
 HuntonBrady Architects   Holly Harris, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, Architect
 Hernan Rivera, AIA, Associate Principal, HuntonBrady   and Healthcare Planner, SmithGroupJJR   For the third year, we are offering the Healthcare   3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
 Architects  Christine Strom PE LEED AP, Project Manager in   Providers Only Roundtable.  The purpose of this
 Planning and Construction, Northwestern Memorial   roundtable is to create an environment for individuals   Future Proofing for the Next Pandemic
               employed by a hospital or healthcare system who
 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM   HealthCare  oversee  capital  construction  projects to  gather  and   Without Breaking the Bank
               openly exchange ideas.                             Healthcare facility owners rode through the waves of the
 Bed demands are NOT declining: An   1:45 PM – 2:45 PM            financial fluctuations of the COVID-19 pandemic. With
 AMC’s Response Pre & Post COVID-19  Planning Facilities for Future of   In past years, we have discussed the following topics:   recommendations coming in from multiple sources and

 Northwestern Memorial Hospital (NMH) is 22-stories,   •  Departmental organizational structure and   experts emerging at an alarming rate, it is demanding
 2-million  SF  in downtown  Chicago.  When  increased   Healthcare Delivery based on Data  •  Departmental services and standards  to sift through  the available knowledge. This session
 patient acuity and a consistently occupied beds   Data, Data, Data: Will the right data please come   •  Management of information  discusses future proposed code modifications and
 forced patients to remain in the ER longer, NMH began   forward and help us to do More with Less? NORMAL   •  Professional services, contracts and project   provides the attendee with an understanding of how to
 transforming its ambulatory pavilion into an inpatient   and AVERAGE no longer exists. Extraordinary and   execution  be prepared and how to design for the next pandemic
 tower in 2007. SmithGroup is executing the next phase,   Exceptional are the new MUST haves and must dos in   •  Department organization; staffing metrics;   without spending absorbent financial resources. TLC is
 adding 64 beds to the campus. SmithGroup conducted   our industry when it comes to delivery of services. To   relationships with other departments  working to update our design (primarily HVAC) to allow
 POE’s of the previous transformations and benchmarked   obtain maximum success we must know our team, know   •  Standards – what, why and how; role in branding  for pandemic responses in the future without changing
 bed towers across the country and compared them with   our patients, and CUSTOM build facilities in the future   •  Diversity & Inclusion – what are people doing with   the hospital’s operation permanently in all other
 NMH pavilions. The team leveraged these results to   to meet patients’ needs to improve their outcomes and   their consultants; do you have a program  times. This will allow for better pandemic response if/
 convert square-shaped ambulatory clinics into inpatient   experience. So, what must we understand and embrace   when needed in the future without making permanent
 floors, all while planning for functional flexibility to   to give us a good chance of success? (How do you   This year we are looking for input from healthcare   modifications that would cost additional money in
 support universal operational procedures. This session   skate to where the puck is going when it is going in   providers on topics they would like to discuss.  energy costs for the life of the building.
 highlights the problem definition, planning, and design   five directions at once?). Shawn and Mike will review
 phases executed utilizing 3D visualizations and virtual   case studies and demonstrate how and what data   This session will run from 1:45 – 4:00 pm with no break.  SPEAKERS
 reality. The team will share lessons from evaluating the   should be used and why. They will share outcomes   This session will only be open to those attendees   Neal Boothe PE, Principal / Senior Electrical Engineer,
 design in response to COVID-19 and how both floors   from leveraging data. They will highlight tactics on how   employed by hospitals or health care systems.   TLC Engineering for Architecture
 are prepared to adapt existing resources for unknown   to secure the right data and demonstrate how you can   Information on how to sign up for this session will   Aaron Johnson, Principal/Senior Mechanical Engineer,
 future capacity demands.  ensure you are planning, building, and activating the   be  sent  to paid  registrants  who  are  employed  by   TLC Engineering Solutions
 right facilities to meet your patients’ needs.  a hospital or health care system. If you have any
               questions please email
 sponsored by:

               Sean Collins, AIA, LEED AP, Executive Director,
               Facilities Planning, Design and Construction, CEDARS-
 Lisa Feeley, National Healthcare Sector Leader, NOVA   Lynn Murphy, Director, Planning and Construction,
 Engineering   Northwestern Memorial HealthCare
 SPEAKERS      David J. Vitka, R.A., M. Arch, M.B.A., Vice President,
 Mike Castor LEED AP and PE, Executive Director,   Facility Planning, Design & Construction, Catholic
 Design and Construction, IU Health   Health
 Shawn Mulholland, Vice President of Corporate   Donna Ware, Executive Director, Planning and Design,
 Development, Anova  BJC HealthCare

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