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ASSOCIATION PROGRAMS & MEETINGS

Friday, November 1

12:00 PM - 4:30 PM

A02 - NIHD Board Meeting

Type: Association|Room: 224

11/01/2019 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Room: 224

Association

A02 - NIHD Board Meeting

For current board members only

12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

A01 - AIA-AAH Board Meeting

Type: Association|Room: 223

11/01/2019 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 223

Association

A01 - AIA-AAH Board Meeting

For current AIA-AAH board members only.For current AIA-AAH board members only.

2:00 PM - 7:30 PM

A03 - AIA-AAH Student Design Charrette

Type: Association|Room: 220-221

11/01/2019 2:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Room: 220-221

Association

A03 - AIA-AAH Student Design Charrette

This exciting annual event is designed to highlight the brilliance and innovation of our future healthcare architects. Students from several area universities will bring their creativity and ideas to this fun and evocative design challenge.

Saturday, November 2

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

PCD-DD01 - Design Collaboration: Transforming the Patient Experience (A Clinic Design Charrette)

Type: Association|Room: 222

11/02/2019 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: 222

Association

PCD-DD01 - Design Collaboration: Transforming the Patient Experience (A Clinic Design Charrette)

Group health care visits offer consistent support and engagement for patients managing chronic conditions. In addition, they support providers’ goals by encouraging care plan compliance and collaboration, improving throughput and facilitating patient education. This session will enable participants to engage in a design charrette to develop new solutions in the built environment to empower and expand group care. These solutions will be used to create a mock up of the ideal group care clinic, which will be the subject of the Healthcare Design 2020 Patient Experience Simulation Lab.

Speakers:

  • Tammy Thompson; President, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc. Strategic Design & Innovation Team; Medical University of South Carolina
  • Hal Hudson; Former Director of Facilities, Avista Adventist Hospital; President, MockWall Systems, LLC
  • Becky Smith; Vice President, LS3P, LTD
  • Scott Stewart; Principal Owner, ASK Research & Development, Inc.
  • Julie Elliott, Instructor, School of Interior Design, LSU
  • Marsha Cuddeback, Director and Professor, School of Interior Design, LSU

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

A04 - AIA-AAH Student Design Charrette - Mid-Term Review

Type: Association|Room: 220-221

11/02/2019 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Room: 220-221

Association

A04 - AIA-AAH Student Design Charrette - Mid-Term Review

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

A06 - Association for Medical Facility Professionals Board Meeting

Type: Association|Room: 211

11/02/2019 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Room: 211

Association

A06 - Association for Medical Facility Professionals Board Meeting

For current AMFP board members only.

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

A05 - ACHA Board of Regents Meeting

Type: Association|Room: Offsite Meeting

11/02/2019 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Room: Offsite Meeting

Association

A05 - ACHA Board of Regents Meeting

For current ACHA Board of Regents members only.

12:00 PM - 4:30 PM

A07 - AAHID Board of Directors Meeting

Type: Association|Room: 213

11/02/2019 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Room: 213

Association

A07 - AAHID Board of Directors Meeting

For AAHID Board of Directors members

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

PCD-DD02 - Design Collaboration: Transforming the Patient Experience (A Clinic Design Charrette)

Type: Association|Room: 222

11/02/2019 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Room: 222

Association

PCD-DD02 - Design Collaboration: Transforming the Patient Experience (A Clinic Design Charrette)

Group health care visits offer consistent support and engagement for patients managing chronic conditions. In addition, they support providers’ goals by encouraging care plan compliance and collaboration, improving throughput and facilitating patient education. This session will enable participants to engage in a design charrette to develop new solutions in the built environment to empower and expand group care. These solutions will be used to create a mock up of the ideal group care clinic, which will be the subject of the Healthcare Design 2020 Patient Experience Simulation Lab.

Speakers:

  • Tammy Thompson; President, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc. Strategic Design & Innovation Team; Medical University of South Carolina
  • Hal Hudson; Former Director of Facilities, Avista Adventist Hospital; President, MockWall Systems, LLC
  • Becky Smith; Vice President, LS3P, LTD
  • Scott Stewart; Principal Owner, ASK Research & Development, Inc.
  • Julie Elliott, Instructor, School of Interior Design, LSU
  • Marsha Cuddeback, Director and Professor, School of Interior Design, LSU

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

A09 - NIHD Reception

Type: Association|Room: Rivergate Room - Level 1

11/02/2019 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Room: Rivergate Room - Level 1

Association

A09 - NIHD Reception

Join us at the NIHD Reception to meet and network with NIHD members, NIHD Partners and Sponsors, and their colleagues.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

A10 - The Center for Health Design VIP Reception

Type: Association|Room: Mosaic Room - Level 1

11/02/2019 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Room: Mosaic Room - Level 1

Association

A10 - The Center for Health Design VIP Reception

For invited guests of The Center for Health Design, this evening honors those who contribute to and support The Center’s mission. This reception recognizes Affiliate members, Pebble Project partners, the board of directors, volunteers, and other special guests.

Sunday, November 3

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

PCD01 - Design Thinking: How Design Professionals can Lead Healthcare Stakeholders toward Innovation

Type: Association|Room: 222

11/03/2019 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Room: 222

Association

PCD01 - Design Thinking: How Design Professionals can Lead Healthcare Stakeholders toward Innovation

“Design Thinking” is a growing trend among businesses and healthcare organizations as they seek to imagine new solutions for challenges in the workplace. More than ever, healthcare stakeholders are interested in learning the design process and employing it as an innovation tool. This session describes strategies that healthcare design professionals can use to fulfill this growing need, with solutions that may transform healthcare operations, and the built environment.

Speakers:

  • Tammy Thompson; President, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc.; Strategic Design & Innovation Team; Medical University of South Carolina
  • Hal Hudson; Former Director of Facilities, Avista Adventist Hospital; President, MockWall Systems, LLC
  • Walter Jones; Senior Vice President, Campus Transformation, The MetroHealth System
  • George Smith; Senior Architectural Project Manager, Grady Health System
  • Kimberly McMurray; President; Behavioral health Facility Consulting, LLC; VP Design, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc.

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

PCD02 - Design Thinking: How Design Professionals can Lead Healthcare Stakeholders toward Innovation

Type: Association|Room: 222

11/03/2019 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

Room: 222

Association

PCD02 - Design Thinking: How Design Professionals can Lead Healthcare Stakeholders toward Innovation

“Design Thinking” is a growing trend among businesses and healthcare organizations as they seek to imagine new solutions for challenges in the workplace. More than ever, healthcare stakeholders are interested in learning the design process and employing it as an innovation tool. This session describes strategies that healthcare design professionals can use to fulfill this growing need, with solutions that may transform healthcare operations, and the built environment.

Speakers:

  • Tammy Thompson; President, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc.; Strategic Design & Innovation Team; Medical University of South Carolina
  • Hal Hudson; Former Director of Facilities, Avista Adventist Hospital; President, MockWall Systems, LLC
  • Walter Jones; Senior Vice President, Campus Transformation, The MetroHealth System
  • George Smith; Senior Architectural Project Manager, Grady Health System
  • Kimberly McMurray; President; Behavioral health Facility Consulting, LLC; VP Design, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc.

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

A11 - ACHA Annual Luncheon

Type: Association|Room: 206-207

11/03/2019 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Room: 206-207

Association

A11 - ACHA Annual Luncheon

The American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA) Annual Luncheon will celebrate the organization’s 2018 accomplishments and award winners. The luncheon is complimentary and exclusive to ACHA certificate holders and ACHA candidates. The luncheon requires an advance RSVP through the ACHA registration link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HCDLuncheon2019

1:45 PM - 2:45 PM

A12 - AAHID Exam Prep Workshop

Type: Association|Room: 211

11/03/2019 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM

Room: 211

Association

A12 - AAHID Exam Prep Workshop

The Certified Healthcare Interior Designer (CHID) credential is the only certification that tells colleagues, clients, and potential employers that your education and experience in healthcare interior design distinguishes your qualifications. The CHID examination is administered by the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID), whose sole function is to board-certify interior designers, architects, and administrators who specialize in acute care, ambulatory care, and residential care facility design. The workshop is led by current CHIDs who will share insight on candidate eligibility, the application process, exam topics, sample questions, and the exam schedule. Take the next step in elevating your career and become a CHID!

1:45 PM - 3:45 PM

PCD-DD03 - Design Collaboration: Transforming the Patient Experience (A Clinic Design Charrette)

Type: Association|Room: 222

11/03/2019 1:45 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 222

Association

PCD-DD03 - Design Collaboration: Transforming the Patient Experience (A Clinic Design Charrette)

Group health care visits offer consistent support and engagement for patients managing chronic conditions. In addition, they support providers’ goals by encouraging care plan compliance and collaboration, improving throughput and facilitating patient education. This session will enable participants to engage in a design charrette to develop new solutions in the built environment to empower and expand group care. These solutions will be used to create a mock up of the ideal group care clinic, which will be the subject of the Healthcare Design 2020 Patient Experience Simulation Lab.

Speakers:

  • Tammy Thompson; President, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc. Strategic Design & Innovation Team; Medical University of South Carolina
  • Hal Hudson; Former Director of Facilities, Avista Adventist Hospital; President, MockWall Systems, LLC
  • Becky Smith; Vice President, LS3P, LTD
  • Scott Stewart; Principal Owner, ASK Research & Development, Inc.
  • Julie Elliott, Instructor, School of Interior Design, LSU
  • Marsha Cuddeback, Director and Professor, School of Interior Design, LSU

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

A13 - ACHA Exam Prep Seminar

Type: Association|Room: 211

11/03/2019 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Room: 211

Association

A13 - ACHA Exam Prep Seminar

Are you interested in obtaining credentials showing your advanced competency and affiliation with the most experienced healthcare architects? This exam prep seminar will provide useful information to submit a portfolio and prepare for the ACHA exam. Seasoned ACHA-certified healthcare architects will cover application materials, exam topics, sample questions, scoring criteria, and exam schedules. To register, visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ExamPrepHCD2019 

Attendees earn one LU for participation.

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

A15 - NextGen Forum

Type: Association|Room: 208-209

11/03/2019 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Room: 208-209

Association

A15 - NextGen Forum

The NextGen Forum will bring together current and future leaders in our industry to discuss how we are uniting to impact the health design field. The discussion will include examining the path to leadership for Tushar Gupta, President of the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health; Debra Levin, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Center for Health Design(CHD); and the CHD Changemaker Award winner. The discussion will also feature recent work and research by future leaders in the field and highlight opportunities for future leaders to get involved in impacting the health design industry.

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

A14 - AAHID Annual Meeting and Reception

Type: Association|Room: Rivergate Room - Level 1

11/03/2019 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Room: Rivergate Room - Level 1

Association

A14 - AAHID Annual Meeting and Reception

Celebrating 15 years! The American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID) invites industry partners, Certified Healthcare Interior Designers (CHID), supporters, and friends to this special event. The reception offers an excellent opportunity to mix, mingle, and network, and to learn about CHID certification. A must-attend event for the healthcare design community! For AAHID industry partners, certificate holders, supporters, and friends.

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

A16 - AIA-AAH Update, Reception, and Charrette Celebration

Type: Association|Room: 206-207

11/03/2019 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Room: 206-207

Association

A16 - AIA-AAH Update, Reception, and Charrette Celebration

Join AIA-AAH members, friends, and leaders for an update on the latest developments within AIA-AAH, followed by a relaxed evening to connect, see old friends, and enjoy great food and refreshments. Attendees will also be able to celebrate the talented and hard-working student charrette participants.

Monday, November 4

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

A17 - New Information about Specifying and Cleaning Durable Coated Fabrics for Healthcare (hosted by AAHID)

Barbara Dellinger, Director Design and Research, Adventist Healthcare

Terri Lura Bennett, Lead Interior Designer, Johns Hopkins Health System

Shari L. Solomon, CleanHealth Environmental LLC

Linda Gabel, Interior Designer/Planner, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Type: Association|Room: 220-221

11/04/2019 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 220-221

Association

Speakers

Barbara Dellinger

Director Design and Research

Adventist Healthcare

Terri Lura Bennett

Lead Interior Designer

Johns Hopkins Health System

Shari L. Solomon

CleanHealth Environmental LLC

Linda Gabel

Interior Designer/Planner

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

A17 - New Information about Specifying and Cleaning Durable Coated Fabrics for Healthcare (hosted by AAHID)

Explore the challenges of durable coated fabrics in today’s acute healthcare setting. A current nationwide poll of credentialed healthcare interior designers has confirmed widespread failure of durable coated fabric upholsteries, a costly overlook of product warranties, and negative effect of these failures on our HCAHPS scores. There is a further negative effect on the business case when we spend hundreds of thousands of dollars reupholstering existing furniture, diverting money that cannot then be spent on new equipment, hiring quality staff, or funding research into diagnostic and treatment breakthroughs.

Join this panel of healthcare industry experts who will share new information about material selection from ongoing durability tests of heavy-duty commercial healthcare-rated fabrics in both laboratory and real-world environments. Learn about innovative new cleaning and disinfecting protocols to achieve cleaner healthcare environments. This panel is committed to working together to address this mutual challenge, recognizing the ability of a multidisciplinary team of industry partners with shared purpose to creatively solve these problems. They’ll share their findings with the larger healthcare community and provide a furniture upholstery specification guide and a process for sharing field reports on the state of durable coated fabrics in healthcare

9:45 AM - 11:45 AM

A18 - AIA-AAH Tuttle and GMZ Fellowship Presentations

Type: Association|Room: 211

11/04/2019 9:45 AM - 11:45 AM

Room: 211

Association

A18 - AIA-AAH Tuttle and GMZ Fellowship Presentations

The AIA Arthur N. Tuttle Jr. Graduate Fellowship in Health Facility Planning and Design supports graduate students and emerging professionals seeking licensure, increasing their awareness of the needs and nature of healthcare facilities, attracting talented young architects and students to the field and advancing the knowledge of planning and design for healthcare environments. There will be two fellows presenting their research in this session: Katy Peditto from Cornell University presents A Space of their Own: Improving Social Support and Quality of Life for Adolescents with Cancer and Navid Jamali from University of Toronto presents An application of AI in hospital design: A Review of Hospital Layout Problems.

The Griffin/McKahan/Zilm (GMZ) fellowship has been established by three leaders in the healthcare planning through the Academy of Architecture for Health Foundation Legends fund to encourage research into healthcare programming and planning.  Ryan Shindler from the University of Arizona will be presenting his research on Investing in Better Outcomes: The Impact of Daylight in the Built Environment

This session is an opportunity to hear from both the Tuttle Fellowship and GMZ Fellowship recipients and learn about their inspiring and innovative work. 

PCD-DD04 - Design Collaboration: Transforming the Patient Experience (A Clinic Design Charrette)

Type: Association|Room: 222

11/04/2019 9:45 AM - 11:45 AM

Room: 222

Association

PCD-DD04 - Design Collaboration: Transforming the Patient Experience (A Clinic Design Charrette)

Group health care visits offer consistent support and engagement for patients managing chronic conditions. In addition, they support providers’ goals by encouraging care plan compliance and collaboration, improving throughput and facilitating patient education. This session will enable participants to engage in a design charrette to develop new solutions in the built environment to empower and expand group care. These solutions will be used to create a mock up of the ideal group care clinic, which will be the subject of the Healthcare Design 2020 Patient Experience Simulation Lab.

Speakers:

  • Tammy Thompson; President, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc. Strategic Design & Innovation Team; Medical University of South Carolina
  • Hal Hudson; Former Director of Facilities, Avista Adventist Hospital; President, MockWall Systems, LLC
  • Becky Smith; Vice President, LS3P, LTD
  • Scott Stewart; Principal Owner, ASK Research & Development, Inc.
  • Julie Elliott, Instructor, School of Interior Design, LSU
  • Marsha Cuddeback, Director and Professor, School of Interior Design, LSU

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

A20 - The Center for Health Design EDAC Examination

Type: Association|Room: 232

11/04/2019 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 232

Association

A20 - The Center for Health Design EDAC Examination

*Additional steps required to complete registration. See session description below.

Take the EDAC exam at the HCD Expo & Conference to take advantage of a 10 percent discount plus a risk-free offer: You can retake the exam one additional time at no charge if you don’t pass. The exam session is limited to 60 seats, with only a number of spots available for walk-in candidates. Select this session to reserve your seat for the exam with your conference registration AND:

  1. Complete registration with the testing administrator Scantron (formerly Castle Worldwide) (www.castleworldwide.com/edac); use code HCD19 to receive the 10 percent discount (total charge for exam with discount is $355.50).
  2. Once you receive the "Notice to Schedule" for your exam (within three business days), you will need to select the “Schedule at Testing Center” option and then select the “New Orleans Convention Center” location on Nov. 4 at 11:00 a.m.
  3. Receive confirmation notice 21 days prior or 3 days prior (if scheduling closer to the exam day)

Exam registration AND scheduling through Scantron must be completed at least 4 days prior to the exam date (by Oct. 31). A $50 walk-in fee will apply to candidates who do not complete the application and schedule the exam through Scantron by the Oct 31 deadline.

*Those who don't pass will be allowed to retake the exam again at a later date at no charge. Candidates must wait 60 days after taking the exam before they can retest. The retake exam must be completed within one year from the registration date.

11:45 AM - 1:45 PM

A21 - IIDA Healthcare Power Forum Lunch and Program - How Behavioral Health Needs Impact Design

Jocelyn Stroupe, Director of Healthcare Interiors, CannonDesign

Walter Jones, Sr Vice President, Campus Transformation, The Metrohealth System

Tim Lucas, Senior Interior Designer, Gresham Smith

Kimberly McMurray, Principal, Behavioral Health Facility Consulting, LLC

Sara Wengert, Principal, Architecture+

Type: Association|Room: 206-207

11/04/2019 11:45 AM - 1:45 PM

Room: 206-207

Association

Speakers

Jocelyn Stroupe

Director of Healthcare Interiors

CannonDesign

Walter Jones

Sr Vice President, Campus Transformation

The Metrohealth System

Tim Lucas

Senior Interior Designer

Gresham Smith

Kimberly McMurray

Principal

Behavioral Health Facility Consulting, LLC

Sara Wengert

Principal

Architecture+

A21 - IIDA Healthcare Power Forum Lunch and Program - How Behavioral Health Needs Impact Design

Sponsored by Construction Specialties


Healthcare design experts will share their project experiences designing for behavioral health, addressing issues specific to these facilities and their patients. Attendees will discover how designing spaces and using products that encourage healing and safety for both patients and employees can help successfully meet growing behavioral health needs. 


Featuring Break-Out Sessions Conducted by Industry Leaders

Discussions will be focused on:

  • The increase in behavioral health needs, from causes and influencing factors to changing awareness and the stigma landscape
  • The impact that interior design can have in creating mental health facilities through environments that promote healing and ensure safety
  • The growing necessity to develop alternative amenity offerings to address varying behavioral health needs in public settings

12:30 PM - 4:30 PM

A22 - Certified Healthcare Interior Designer (CHID) Examination

Type: Association|Room: 213

11/04/2019 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Room: 213

Association

A22 - Certified Healthcare Interior Designer (CHID) Examination

The Certified Healthcare Interior Designer (CHID) credential is the only certification that tells colleagues, clients, and potential employers that your education and experience in healthcare interior design distinguishes your qualifications. The CHID examination is administered by the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID), whose sole function is to board certify interior designers, architects, and administrators who specialize in acute care, ambulatory care, and residential care facility design. Pre-approved candidates have the opportunity to conveniently take the examination onsite during HCD.

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

A08 - NIHD Membership Meeting

Type: Association|Room: 224

11/04/2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Room: 224

Association

A08 - NIHD Membership Meeting

Join us at the annual NIHD Business Meeting to meet fellow members and hear about the past year and the goals for 2020.

A25 - State of the Science: A Review of Notable Studies Published in HERD

Jaynelle Stichler, Professor Emerita, San Diego State, Consultant for Research, Founding Co-Editor of HERD, Center of Nursing Excellence, Sharp Healthcare

Naomi Sachs, Postdoctoral Associate, Co-Editor of HERD, Department of Design & Environmental Analysis

D. Kirk Hamilton, Founding Co-Editor of HERD Julie & Craig Beale Endowed Professor of Health Facility Design, College of Architecture, Texas A&M University

Debbie Gregory, Senior Clinical Consultant, Associate Editor of HERD, Smith Seckman Reid

Type: Association|Room: 211

11/04/2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Room: 211

Association

Speakers

Jaynelle Stichler

Professor Emerita, San Diego State, Consultant for Research, Founding Co-Editor of HERD

Center of Nursing Excellence, Sharp Healthcare

Naomi Sachs

Postdoctoral Associate, Co-Editor of HERD

Department of Design & Environmental Analysis

D. Kirk Hamilton

Founding Co-Editor of HERD Julie & Craig Beale Endowed Professor of Health Facility Design

College of Architecture, Texas A&M University

Debbie Gregory

Senior Clinical Consultant, Associate Editor of HERD

Smith Seckman Reid

A25 - State of the Science: A Review of Notable Studies Published in HERD

This presentation provides an information-rich retrospective review of studies published in HERD, the Health Environments Research & Design Journal, during the past 10 years. The HERD journal has become the premier source for peer-reviewed research on health environments and reaches an international audience of researchers, clinicians, and design practitioners. Session participants will expand their knowledge about the current state of the science of healthcare design. Health related environmental science has been emerging over the past decade, and there are currently enough published studies to develop systematic literature reviews to guide healthcare design decision-making and the development of design guidelines.

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

A23 - Built Environment Network Educational Session - The Owners Perspective: Key Insights impacting the Future of Healthcare Design and Construction (hosted by The Center for Health Design Built Environment Network)

Type: Association|Room: 220-221

11/04/2019 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Room: 220-221

Association

A23 - Built Environment Network Educational Session - The Owners Perspective: Key Insights impacting the Future of Healthcare Design and Construction (hosted by The Center for Health Design Built Environment Network)

Every year, members of the Built Environment Network (BEN) travel across the country to learn about innovative solutions and best practices in the industry. With an ongoing focus on improving efficiency, productivity, and quality in healthcare design and construction, owners are shifting their paradigm and looking for new solutions. Come and learn how they are moving to simulated and modular design and use of more prefabricated products and components during construction. New ways to breakdown silos and the need to make collaborative design decisions earlier in the process, along with the increased use of technology will be necessary to enable this change within the industry. Attend this session to gain their perspective and how they plan to implement these changes within their own organizations. Come with your questions and engage in a dialogue during this interactive session.    

This session is presented by The Center for Health Design Built Environment Network

  • Steve Carbery, BE, MBA, Vice President Facilities,, Design, Construction & Real Estate, Yale New Haven Health System
  • Mike LaMont, PE, SE, MBA, Vice President, Facilities Management, Rush University Medical Center
  • Don Orndoff, Senior Vice President, Kaiser Permanente National Facility Services
  • Walter Jones, AIA, LEED, EDAC, Senior Vice President, Campus Transformation, MetroHealth System
  • Nathanael Price, CAPT, CECK USN, Chief, Facilities Enterprise, Defense Health Agency
  • Will Lichtig, Executive Vice President, Performance and Innovation Resources, Boldt
  • Walt Vernon, PE, LEED AP, EDAC, FASHE, CEO, Mazzetti
  • Doug Erickson, FASHE, CHFM, HFDP, CHC, CEO, Facility Guidelines Institute

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

PCD03 - Design Thinking: How Design Professionals can Lead Healthcare Stakeholders toward Innovation

Type: Association|Room: 222

11/04/2019 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Room: 222

Association

PCD03 - Design Thinking: How Design Professionals can Lead Healthcare Stakeholders toward Innovation

“Design Thinking” is a growing trend among businesses and healthcare organizations as they seek to imagine new solutions for challenges in the workplace. More than ever, healthcare stakeholders are interested in learning the design process and employing it as an innovation tool. This session describes strategies that healthcare design professionals can use to fulfill this growing need, with solutions that may transform healthcare operations, and the built environment.

Speakers:

  • Tammy Thompson; President, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc.; Strategic Design & Innovation Team; Medical University of South Carolina
  • Hal Hudson; Former Director of Facilities, Avista Adventist Hospital; President, MockWall Systems, LLC
  • Walter Jones; Senior Vice President, Campus Transformation, The MetroHealth System
  • George Smith; Senior Architectural Project Manager, Grady Health System
  • Kimberly McMurray; President; Behavioral health Facility Consulting, LLC; VP Design, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc.

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

A24 - AIA-AAH Student Design Charrette Presentation

Type: Association|Room: Rivergate Room - Level 1

11/04/2019 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Room: Rivergate Room - Level 1

Association

A24 - AIA-AAH Student Design Charrette Presentation

4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

PCD04 - Design Thinking: How Design Professionals can Lead Healthcare Stakeholders toward Innovation

Type: Association|Room: 222

11/04/2019 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

Room: 222

Association

PCD04 - Design Thinking: How Design Professionals can Lead Healthcare Stakeholders toward Innovation

“Design Thinking” is a growing trend among businesses and healthcare organizations as they seek to imagine new solutions for challenges in the workplace. More than ever, healthcare stakeholders are interested in learning the design process and employing it as an innovation tool. This session describes strategies that healthcare design professionals can use to fulfill this growing need, with solutions that may transform healthcare operations, and the built environment.

Speakers:

  • Tammy Thompson; President, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc.; Strategic Design & Innovation Team; Medical University of South Carolina
  • Hal Hudson; Former Director of Facilities, Avista Adventist Hospital; President, MockWall Systems, LLC
  • Walter Jones; Senior Vice President, Campus Transformation, The MetroHealth System
  • George Smith; Senior Architectural Project Manager, Grady Health System
  • Kimberly McMurray; President; Behavioral health Facility Consulting, LLC; VP Design, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc.


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