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 care hospital has become a major part of delivering on   This allowed the project team to collaborate early and   operations. 3D imaging tools enable “real-time” virtual   benchmarks, best practices, goals and solutions for
 the health system’s ability to advance their strategic   maintain specific strategies throughout design. It’s not   collaboration and the accuracy of data collected by these   healthcare planners. Using the Veterans Admin. as
 goals and achieve the quadruple aim. This session   a perfect process, but one that is agile enough for any   high-resolution scans can affect all the downstream   a case study we will demonstrate how established
 will demonstrate Advocate Aurora’s 2025 destination   project to use and modify as needed while possibly   information captured for a building, informing design,   need can be translated into appropriately planned and
 health strategy for accessible, affordable, population   achieving net positive energy, water, and carbon in the   construction, and  facilities  management  for  years  to   designed facilities.
 health. This workshop demonstrates decision   future. The panel will cover the journey and lessons   come. Many examples of productivity improvements
 making  tools,  balancing  between  CMS  regulations,   learned to achieve net zero.  from the application of 3D technologies can be seen
 efficiencies of staff, clinical adjacencies, and customer   across a building’s design, construction, and operations   SPEAKERS
 experience. Included is an interactive exercise to test   lifecycle. We will discuss a few of these applications,   Cindy Beckham, Principal / Mental Health Planner,
 knowledge on “Inpatient”, “Outpatient” and “Hospital   SPEAKERS   the technologies leveraged, an RC car that acted as a   SmithGroup
 Outpatient Department” when considering adding   Scott D. Boden, MD, VP of Business Innovation, Emory   mapping tool, as well as quantitative cost and schedule   Gary Fischer, Project Manager, Veterans Health
 inpatient services to an existing outpatient facility. We   Healthcare, CMO/CQO Emory University Orthopaedics   efficiencies.  Administration
 will explore operational, and facility impacts of these   & Spine Hospital   sponsored by:  Arash Irani, Associate / Healthcare Planner and
 designations to arm the audience with knowledge to   Teresa Campbell, Principal, Orlando Healthcare   Strategist, SmithGroup
 make these strategic decisions.  Practice Leader, HKS Inc.       Vladislav Torskiy, MHA, ACHE, AORN, IAIA, Lean
 Greg Johnson, PE, LEED AP, Partner, Newcomb &                    Healthcare CP, Vice President, National Health
 sponsored by:  Boyd, LLP                                         Strategist, SmithGroup
 AP, Sustainable Design Professional, HKS Inc.  Sean Ashcroft, National Healthcare Leader, DPR   9:15 AM – 10:30 AM
 SPEAKERS   8:00 AM – 9:00 AM  Cliff Clark, Senior Project Manager - Planning, Design   Keynote
 Julie Dumser, Vice President, Blue Cottage of Cannon   and Construction, Methodist Health System
 Design   Finding efficiencies with 3D   Chris Grossnicklaus, Healthcare Studio Leader, Vice   This keynote will be announced in late September.
 Troy Hoggard, Principal, Cannon Design   documentation throughout the project   President, Corgan   Please check back then for more information.
 Victoria Navarro, MBA-HCM, Regional Director of   Ashish Gupta, Project Manager, Virtual Design and   sponsored by:
 Planning, Design and Construction, North Wisconsin,   lifecycle  Construction Coordinator, DPR Construction
 Advocate Aurora Health   Immersive 3D imaging and documentation technologies
 Chris Waldron, Project Executive, The Boldt Company  have become more prominent  with  social distancing,   8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
 and the creative application of these tools is increasing                  10:30 AM – 3:00 PM
 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM  efficiency in healthcare design, construction &   Navigating Reinvestment in Inpatient
               Psychiatric Beds                                   Exhibit Floor Open
 Road Map to Net Zero, The Journey of   The decline of psych beds and mental health services   Visit with the our exhibitors who are eager to provide
 the Emory Musculoskeletal Institute  has impacted communities across the U.S. with state   products and solutions for your latest project.

 Healthcare buildings are synonymous with high energy   facilities losing more than half a million beds in the
 consumption and elevated carbon emissions that   past 50 years. The cost to maintain a 24 hour inpatient   10:45 AM – 3:00 PM
 discourage teams from pursuing building performance   psych bed has forced organizations to shift services
 goals like LEED and Architecture 2030. This was not   away from acute and tertiary settings into residential   Design Solutions Theater
 acceptable for Emory Healthcare or Scott D. Boden,   treatment  centers. The social impact of state  facility
 MD, visionary, and champion behind the new outpatient   closures has put a burden on community hospitals,   Our design team galleries come alive in these 15 minute
 institute. Dr. Boden negotiated with vendors enhance the   families and the prison systems. The lack of available   sessions where you hear about the projects featured.
 buildings performance, challenged the design team to   data and regulation of services provide a roadblock   NEW this year there will be 2 design solutions theater
 exceed LEED Silver goals and ultimately set up a path for   to healthcare architects and planners. This session   so double the chance to hear about the latest projects
 a Net-Zero energy building. The Emory Musculoskeletal   provides an overview of the national psych bed   in this exciting format!
 Institute project leveraged an integrative design process   landscape, the regulatory environment and how other
 that incorporates AIA measures of design excellence.   countries are dealing with these issues. We will explore   sponsored by:

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