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Thursday, September 29, 2022  |  8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Open to Conference Attendees Only

Patient and Staff Experience Improvements through Standardization

Daniella Covate, AIA, RID, NCARB
Design Architect, University of Miami
Elizabeth Delgado
Interior Designer, University of Miami
Ed Hengtgen
Asistant VP Planning, Design and Construction, University of Miami

As the need for clinical operations to become even more nimble and cost effective while addressing speed to market Facility Standard Designs are becoming even more important. Institutions need to have design standards that reduce both design and construction times are easily replicated and reduce costs and errors. Standard designs need to address most clinical scenarios for longterm flexibility; represent good clinical practices and facilitate infection control best practices. Standard designs expedite construction for high count spaces, reduces shop drawings and mill-work production errors as well as reduce field errors due to repetition of installation. For Standard Designs to work all team members on the same page, Hospital Leadership, Clinicians, Hired Consultants and Contractors.

1: Participants will learn: - UM's processes to develop Standard Designs for our Clinical Operations. - Several UM Standards will be reviewed with Lessons Learned.
2: Participants will learn: - Implementing Lessons Learned with Design Consultants.
3: Participants will learn: - Construction Lessons Learned including value of Mock-up.
4: Participants will understand and be able to work on implementing Standards at their Facilities as well as have a greater understanding of the value of having Standard Designs.