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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

8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

W02 - Is Functional Programming a Thing of the Past, Or the Only Real Way to Design for the Future?

Cathy Massey, Manager, Planning and Projects, LMFM

Kristina Krail, Healthcare Consultant, Self-employed

Type: Workshop|Room: 208-209

11/02/2019 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Room: 208-209

Workshop

Speakers

Cathy Massey

Manager, Planning and Projects

LMFM

Kristina Krail

Healthcare Consultant

Self-employed

W02 - Is Functional Programming a Thing of the Past, Or the Only Real Way to Design for the Future?

The pre-design programming phase of the design process ensures that subsequent phases efficiently build on the intent of the project and guard against a flawed design. However, recent practices indicate this step is often minimized because of cost, time, or other rationalizations. Join this in-depth workshop for a lively discussion moderated by experienced facilitators to explore how to link strategy to design through solid functional programming throughout the design process. Learn about related pre-design best practices, tools, and tactics and share notes from the field with your peers. A write up of the workshop will be organized and sent to participants after the session. Hosted by Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design

Panelist 1 - Clinician: Kate Newcomb-DeSanto, RN, Clinical Liaison, Penn Medicine

Panelist 2 - Owner: Nils Eddy, Sr Program Manager, University of Utah Health

Panelist 3 - Equipment Planner: Jason Walker, EllisDon

Panelist 4 - Architect: Joan Suchomel, AIA, ACHA, EDAC, Senior VP & Senior Medical Planner, CannonDesign

Panelist 5 - Medical Planner: Bryan Langlands AIA, ACHA, Principal, NBBJ

Panel Moderator - Kevin Meek RN-BSN, BA, MHI, Executive Vice President, SitePoint Partners

8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

W01 - Coaching Workshop: Practical Application of Evidence-based Design, hosted by The Center for Health Design

Donna Deckard, Director of Strategic Projects, The Center for Health Design

Melissa Piatkowski, Research Associate, The Center for Health Design

Meredith Banasiak, Design Researcher, Boulder Associates Architects

Type: Workshop|Room: 218-219

11/02/2019 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Room: 218-219

Workshop

Speakers

Donna Deckard

Director of Strategic Projects

The Center for Health Design

Melissa Piatkowski

Research Associate

The Center for Health Design

Meredith Banasiak

Design Researcher

Boulder Associates Architects

W01 - Coaching Workshop: Practical Application of Evidence-based Design, hosted by The Center for Health Design

Attend this unique in-depth workshop where you will be matched with an industry expert who will be your coach for the day. Have you wondered what evidence-based design (EBD) is and would like to incorporate this process into your practice or on your next project? If so, this interactive session will provide you with an introduction to the steps of the EBD process and offer practical guidance to get you started. You will receive individualized coaching tailored to your specific questions and issues. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the same room with many industry icons and experts, e.g. Kirk Hamilton, Mardelle Shepley, Jane Rhode, Julie Kent, Cyndi McCullough, Alberto Salvatore, and many more who will be available as coaches for the day. The workshop is a blend of educational content and collaborative discussion that will prepare you to be a better client or partner by giving you the information and tools to address some of the challenges facing healthcare today.Once you register for this workshop, The Center for Health Design will contact you to complete a questionnaire prior to attending the session. This information will be used to match you with a coach and other colleagues. In addition, each attendee will receive a bundle of EBD books and resources from The Center for Health Design ($250 retail value). Registration is $395/person with a 20 percent discount for EDAC Champion and Advocate firms. Space is limited to 40 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants are also invited to attend the EDAC Examination Prep Workshop, which follows this session, for no additional fee. A light breakfast and lunch will also be provided.

Coaches

•Addie Abushousheh, PhD, Assoc. AIA, EDAC, Research Associate, The Center for Health Design

•Teri Lura Bennett, RN, CID, CHID, IIDA, EDAC, NIHD, Lead Interior Designer, Johns Hopkins Health System, Facilities Architecture + Planning

•Jeri Brittin, PhD, Director of Research, HDR •Barbara Dellinger, MA, AAHID, IIDA, CID, EDAC, NCIDQ, Director, Design and Research, Adventist Healthcare

•Phyllis Goetz, EDAC, LSSYB, Principal, Chief Strategist, HKS Inc.•D. Kirk Hamilton, PhD, FAIA, FACHA, EDAC, Julie & Craig Beale Endowed Professor of Health Facility Design, College of Architecture, Texas A&M University•Julie Kent, EDAC, Director, Facility Planning & Integration, Trinity Health

•Cyndi McCullough, EDAC, RN, MSN, Director, Evidence-based Design, HDR Inc.

•Erin Peavey Hsieh, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C, EDAC, Associate, HKS Inc.

•Fernanda Pires, EDAC, Green Belt Certified for Facilities Design, Senior Healthcare Planner, Array Architects

•Jane M. Rhode, AIA, FIIDA, ASID, ACHA, CHID, LEED AP BD+C, Green Globes CIEB Assessor, Principal, JSR Associates Inc.

•Alberto Salvatore, AIA, NCARB, EDAC, Principal, Salvatore Architecture + Consulting

•Mardelle McCuskey Shepley, BA, MArch, MA, DArch, EDAC, Professor, Chair, Cornell University, Department of Design and Environmental Analysis

•Peter Sharpe, EDAC, Vice President, Irwin P. Sharpe & Associates

•Terri Zborowsky, PhD, EDAC, Research Specialist, HGA Architects & EngineersThis workshop is presented by The Center for Health Design

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

W03 - The Code Interpretation Clinic

Rebecca Lewis, Principal, Director of Healthcare Design, dsgw architects

Scott Miller, Architect, wold architects & engineers

John Williams, Program Manager, Washington State Dept. of Health

Bob Dehler, Engineering Program Manager Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota Department of Health

Type: Workshop|Room: 215-216

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

Room: 215-216

Workshop

Speakers

Rebecca Lewis

Principal, Director of Healthcare Design

dsgw architects

Scott Miller

Architect

wold architects & engineers

John Williams

Program Manager

Washington State Dept. of Health

Bob Dehler

Engineering Program Manager Minnesota Department of Health

Minnesota Department of Health

W03 - The Code Interpretation Clinic

The code interpretation process of an authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) is often clouded in mystery in terms of what information is needed and in what format, the required response timeframe, and how strictly the AHJ will adhere to the code versus a “friendly” interpretation. AHJs and designers bring a wealth of experience, biases, past code experiences, and their own individual processes to each situation. This workshop and panel discussion will gather participants to understand what is required (information and format) to achieve a successful code interpretation. The goal of this workshop is to bring all the potential players together to discuss and debate why different opinions were rendered for the same request and allow attendees to explore the rationale for code decisions. Hosted by AIA-AAH

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

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

T01 - The Children’s Hospital of New Orleans

Type: Tour|Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

11/02/2019 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

Tour

T01 - The Children’s Hospital of New Orleans

The transformation of The Children’s Hospital of New Orleans consists of 400,000 square feet of expansion and renovation within 600,000 square feet combined inpatient and outpatient campus. This multi-phased modernization will take approximately seven years, from master planning to completion, and will require 32 distinct construction phases, with minimal interim moves and no interruptions to day-to-day operations. The campus transformation will include the replacement of all outdated building systems, clinical spaces and work-flow processes. The overall design will resolve poor patient experience and promote staff retention.

Significant improvements include a new Emergency Department, a new Inpatient Radiology Department, a new Peri-Operative Department with private pre- and post-op rooms, a new Minor Procedure Suite, a new CICU / CNICU with all private rooms, a new Observation / Acute Care Unit with all private rooms, and a new Cancer Center of Excellence with inpatient and outpatient services on a single floor.  Other improvements include a new ‘front door’ and lobby experience for patients and families, a new Food Service Kitchen and public Dining, the relocation of Materials Management to the ‘back door’ of the hospital, the separation of on-stage and off-stage circulation throughout the facility, and a new Central Utility Plant for the entire campus.

T02 - VA Medical Center New Orleans

Type: Tour|Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

11/02/2019 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

Tour

T02 - VA Medical Center New Orleans

More than a decade after Hurricane Katrina destroyed much of New Orleans’ healthcare infrastructure, the United States Department of Veterans Affairs opened a new replacement medical center in the heart of the city’s growing medical district. Designed by Studio NOVA (a joint venture between NBBJ, EDR and Rozas Ward) to serve the unique needs of America’s heroes, and the complex security, emergency preparedness and floodplain issues that come with operating in New Orleans, the new VA Medical Center creates an environment that honors Veterans and their families, respects adjacent neighborhoods and reflects the region’s culture.

Providing comprehensive care for over 2,000 Veterans per day, the 1.7 million square-foot campus includes 200 inpatient beds, 300 outpatient exam rooms, 20 intervention procedure rooms, emergency and imaging departments, rehabilitation and mental health services, patient education facilities, and a transitional living center. In addition to the clinical components, the campus includes two parking garages, a state-of the-art central energy plant, and the historic preservation of two buildings: the Pan Am office building for administrative use and the Dixie Brewery for research activities.

The overall campus is also designed to withstand the impacts of future natural disasters, with an exterior that can weather hurricane force winds, a ramp to the emergency department that doubles as a boat launch, and supplies that allow it to operate for a week without outside help.

The project is the recipient of the national “Best of the Best Award” by Engineering News Record and the Inspiration Awards from Contract magazine. It has been published by the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek and Healthcare Design magazine.

T03 - Ochsner Health System – Bridge to North Campus

Type: Tour|Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

11/02/2019 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

Tour

T03 - Ochsner Health System – Bridge to North Campus

The Ochsner Health System Bridge to North Campus Tour will include visiting three facilities.  The Primary Care and Wellness Center, designed by the joint venture of Eskew+Dumez+Ripple and Rozas Ward Architects, is a converted 89,000 square foot warehouse.  The design created four clinical pods with 97 exam rooms, laboratory, imaging, educational services and health care technology retail space.  The Michael R. Boh Center for Child Development, designed by Rozas Ward Architects, is a three-phase conversion of a two-story building that expands Ochsner’s pediatric services.  The tour will provide insights on designing spaces for children with neuro-muscular, neuro-cognitive, behavioral and communication related conditions.  The third facility on the tour is the Outpatient Imaging Center a 23,500 square foot building designed by Rozas Ward Architects.  The center houses ultrasound, mammography, MRI, CT, X-ray and EOS treatment rooms.  Relocation of this service was to improve the patient experience and allow for the expansion of other services on the south campus. 

The facilities on this tour are part of a multi-year Master Plan which developed new or renovated clinical space, converted another warehouse into an academic building and simulation lab, a specialty pharmacy and a pedestrian bridge connecting the south and north campuses over a federal highway.   Ochsner Health System is Louisiana’s largest nonprofit, academic, multispecialty healthcare delivery system.  They have been serving Louisiana residents since 1942.

T04 - Trinity Trace Community Care Center

Type: Tour|Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

11/02/2019 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

Tour

T04 - Trinity Trace Community Care Center

In 2014, CommCare Corporation opened Riviere’ de Soleil, the first-of-a-kind household model of skilled nursing with a 130-bed community care residence in Mansura, LA. This culture change prototype vision initiated in 2011, continues to evolve in response to balancing the influences of regulatory, training, operational, and financial challenges, as the basis for four (4) new household model facilities in Louisiana designed by KTH Architects, Inc.

Culture Change is an iterative challenge requiring early foresight and continuous scrutiny for insight in skilled nursing and rehabilitative care. It is the Lessons Learned from the first facility that form a renewed strategic alignment of planning and design principles addressing new opportunities to enhance operational efficiency and facility performance. Key guiding principles thrive, including front doors and porches at each home, warming kitchens at the hearth, staff presence at the residence, resident beds in quiet clusters, neighborhood commons within reach, and inviting community amenities and open spaces at Trinity Trace Community Care Center in Covington, LA.

T05 - Wellness Center of Thibodaux Regional

Type: Tour|Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

11/02/2019 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

Tour

T05 - Wellness Center of Thibodaux Regional

Thibodaux Regional Medical Center’s new Wellness Center, located in Thibodaux, La., was envisioned with the primary goal of making its community healthier.  It is designed to improve the health and well-being of the bayou region through education, prevention, rehabilitation, sports, and wellness services. The center aims to create a clinical pathway that integrates wellness, where patients view their health and wellness as a collective entity.

The Wellness Center, open since October 2016, is the first of its kind in Louisiana.  Three main components comprise the 225,505-square-foot five-story building: a central mall that runs down the center of the building and serves as the main circulation corridor; a wellness area, located to one side of the mall, that includes a fitness and recreation center with three swimming pools, lockers, studios, an indoor walking and running track, and volleyball and basketball courts; and a medical center, on the opposite side of the mall, with an imaging center and rehabilitation department.  This area also includes additional medical office space to accommodate orthopedics, sports medicine, neurosciences, pain, spine, and weight management.   

Education is another central goal of the Wellness Center, with a 10,000-square-foot education center.  Located behind the reception desk, the education center contains classrooms and an auditorium while on the fifth floor, conference rooms host continuing education programs for doctors and specialists. 

The LEED-certified building was developed on a greenfield site adjacent to and owned by the hospital.  WHLC Architecture (Baton Rouge, La.) was engaged to expand the hospital campus and create a medically integrated facility that maintained a flexible layout. 

The Wellness Center has spurred a second generation of commercial and residential development around the area.  Additionally, the hospital already has plans for further expansion.  Phase Two will be constructed behind the Wellness Center on 17 acres of land.  It will include tennis courts, soccer fields, sand volleyball, pavilions, sports performance areas, and track and field areas. 

T06 - University Medical Center New Orleans

Type: Tour|Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

11/02/2019 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Room: Follow signs outside Hall G to Shuttle Pick-Up

Tour

T06 - University Medical Center New Orleans

Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans’ healthcare infrastructure, the state of Louisiana opened an academic medical center that provides affordable community health and critical services while markedly elevating standards of patient care. Designed by NBBJ / Blitch Knevel, the 1.5 million-square-foot University Medical Center New Orleans (UMC) is located on a 37-acre site in the Mid-City neighborhood and forms the cornerstone of a new top-tier healthcare district for the region.

Given the area’s vulnerability to catastrophic flooding, the core concept for the building organization mandated by the client was that no critical hospital functions occur at grade level. All services on the ground floor are non-essential in a 100-year flood event and all mission critical components, including the Emergency Department (ED), are located at least 21 feet above base flood elevation. Also, design technology, emergency power, and material stock allow the hospital to operate after a category three hurricane for up to a week or more with no outside support.

Now operated by LCMC Health, UMC combines academics and science to provide comprehensive treatment and trauma services, as well as graduate medical education programs for future generations. Services include an ED that accommodates almost 130,000 visits per year, 448 inpatient beds, and surgical services with 22 operating rooms and 76 pre-/post-op bays. UMC has won numerous awards including the prestigious AIA/AAH Healthcare Design Award, an Honor Award by AIA New Orleans, and the Healthcare Environment Award by Contract magazine.

W04 - Concept to Completion: How Integration of Mock-Ups and VR Can Improve Your Design Process

Emma Leach, Designer, Stantec Architecture, Inc.

Jessica O'Regan, Designer, Stantec Architecture, Inc.

Tasso Karras, Senior Associate, Stantec Architecture, Inc.

Kristy Hollis, Senior Associate, Stantec

Type: Workshop|Room: R08-R09

11/02/2019 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Room: R08-R09

Workshop

Speakers

Emma Leach

Designer

Stantec Architecture, Inc.

Jessica O'Regan

Designer

Stantec Architecture, Inc.

Tasso Karras

Senior Associate

Stantec Architecture, Inc.

Kristy Hollis

Senior Associate

Stantec

W04 - Concept to Completion: How Integration of Mock-Ups and VR Can Improve Your Design Process

Shrinking design schedules and the vital need to improve patient experience is changing the way interdisciplinary teams work. In this workshop, presenters will guide an interactive review and discussion of the design process, utilizing visualization tools that aid in the study and design of complex room types.Participants will be divided into teams and challenged to reimagine the ideal layout for a patient room. The teams will have the opportunity to use full-scale cardboard mock-ups and virtual reality (VR) to explore the room, study ideas, and develop design solutions. The teams will later participate in a collaborative review to share how implementing the tools of mock-ups and VR affected their design process, communication of ideas, and decision-making process. Hosted by Stantec.

3:15 PM - 5:15 PM

W06 - Healthcare in the Urban Environment: An Interactive Workshop

Douglas King, Senior Associate, Stantec Architecture Inc.

Andrew Irvine, Senior Principal, Urban Design Discipline Leader, Buildings, Stantec

Type: Workshop|Room: 215-216

11/02/2019 3:15 PM - 5:15 PM

Room: 215-216

Workshop

Speakers

Douglas King

Senior Associate

Stantec Architecture Inc.

Andrew Irvine

Senior Principal, Urban Design Discipline Leader, Buildings

Stantec

W06 - Healthcare in the Urban Environment: An Interactive Workshop

This facilitated workshop will challenge attendees to brainstorm how to actively engage healthcare providers, designers, and urban leaders to collaborate on how to create healthy “livable” cities while achieving cost-saving and population health management goals. The presenters have observed that prevention is as important as curing patients in improving the health and wellness of our communities. More than ever, the responsibility for healthy choices is being placed on the individual, which raises the broader question of how we can create a built environment and partnerships to better enable places to live, work, and recreate. Through multiple rounds of brainstorming sessions, this experience will blend skill sets and expertise in healthcare design, urban design, and public health awareness. Outcomes from this session will be documented and presented after HCD Expo as an online white paper. Hosted by AMFP.

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

W07 - EDAC Exam Prep Session

Donna Deckard, Director of Strategic Projects, The Center for Health Design

Barbara Dellinger, Director of Design and Research, Adventist Healthcare

Julie Kent, Director, Facility Planning & Integration, Trinity Health

Upali Nanda, Associate Principal and Senior Vice President | Director of Research, HKS Inc

Type: Workshop|Room: 210

11/02/2019 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Room: 210

Workshop

Speakers

Donna Deckard

Director of Strategic Projects

The Center for Health Design

Barbara Dellinger

Director of Design and Research

Adventist Healthcare

Julie Kent

Director, Facility Planning & Integration

Trinity Health

Upali Nanda

Associate Principal and Senior Vice President | Director of Research

HKS Inc

W07 - EDAC Exam Prep Session

Join EDAC experts for a comprehensive study session to help prepare you to take the EDAC exam. This session provides general information about the exam and the types of questions on the exam, as well as an overview of the five domains included in the exam content outline from which the questions are derived. Speaker presentations will provide a detailed review of content from the three study guides and a summary of key concepts. Sample questions will be reviewed with time for questions. Register to take the exam at the conference and you'll receive a discount on exam fees and a risk-free offer for one “retake” of the exam. Registration is $70/person. Hosted by The Center for Health Design.

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

8:00 AM - 9:15 AM

K01 - Welcome and Opening Keynote - Livewired: How we transform the world through human creativity

David Eagleman, Neuroscientist, Inventor, Host of PBS's The Brain and Author

Type: Keynote|Room: Great Hall

11/03/2019 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM

Room: Great Hall

Keynote

Speaker

David Eagleman

David Eagleman

Neuroscientist, Inventor, Host of PBS's The Brain and Author

K01 - Welcome and Opening Keynote - Livewired: How we transform the world through human creativity

Taking the lead in innovation requires wrestling with a three-headed problem: the future is hard to foresee, most ideas die, and great concepts don't last.  So what does it take to function creatively in the way you design?  Stanford neuroscientist, best-selling author, and television personality David Eagleman translates brain science into actionable advice for generating new ideas and staying ahead in rapidly-changing environments, such as health care.  Using a variety of examples from the business and design worlds—and the neuroscience that animates them—he breaks down the innovation process and helps understand how to avoid cognitive ossification. 

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

E01 - Reducing Security Risks: How Visibility Enhances Security in Community Hospitals’ Emergency Departments

Debajyoti Pati, Professor and Rockwell Endowment Chair, Texas Tech University

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

Arsalan Gharaveis, Healthcare Planner, HDR

Mardelle Shepley, Dr., Cornell University

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research|Room: R08-R09

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

Room: R08-R09

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speakers

Debajyoti Pati

Professor and Rockwell Endowment Chair

Texas Tech University

Kirk Hamilton

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

College of Architecture, Texas A&M University

Arsalan Gharaveis

Healthcare Planner

HDR

Mardelle Shepley

Dr.

Cornell University

E01 - Reducing Security Risks: How Visibility Enhances Security in Community Hospitals’ Emergency Departments

This presentation clarifies how visibility as a design factor may enhance security in community hospital emergency departments (EDs). The ED is a high-risk workplace where staff are exposed to verbal and physical violence. The design layout in general, and visibility in particular, have been found to be important by previous explorations. In this session, presenters share the findings from a grant-funded qualitative research study focusing on the impact of visibility on security issues in five community hospital EDs. The presenters will also share the translation of the research conclusions into design solutions and share examples to inform future design decisions.

E02 - Improved Patient Care through Human Centered Design in the OR: Final Implementation and Tool Development

Anjali Joseph, Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture, Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Hermina Machry, Graduate Research Assistant, Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

David Allison, Alumni Distinguished Professor and Director, Clemson University Architecture + Health Graduate Studies

Deborah Wingler, Graduate Research Assistant, Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: R04-R05

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

Room: R04-R05

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speakers

Anjali Joseph

Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture

Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Hermina Machry

Graduate Research Assistant

Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

David Allison

Alumni Distinguished Professor and Director

Clemson University Architecture + Health Graduate Studies

Deborah Wingler

Graduate Research Assistant

Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

E02 - Improved Patient Care through Human Centered Design in the OR: Final Implementation and Tool Development

A four-year federally funded patient safety-learning lab titled, “Realizing Improved Patient Care through Human-Centered Design in the OR (RIPCHD.OR) has resulted in in-depth research on operating rooms as well as the development of an OR prototype and high-fidelity OR mock-up. The concepts developed in this project were also implemented in a new ambulatory surgery center. This session presents findings from scenario-based simulation testing of the high-fidelity prototype and pre-occupancy evaluations conducted at the new ambulatory surgery center. The development of an interactive evidence-based OR design tool to support designers and clinicians in designing human-centered ORs will also be presented.

E03 - Translating English to English: The Cleveland Clinic Goes to London!

Randy Geise, Healthcare Facility Planner, Cleveland Clinic

Jane Ho, Associate Principal - Healthcare Design Director, HKS Architects Limited

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: R06-R07

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

Room: R06-R07

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Randy Geise

Healthcare Facility Planner

Cleveland Clinic

Jane Ho

Associate Principal - Healthcare Design Director

HKS Architects Limited

E03 - Translating English to English: The Cleveland Clinic Goes to London!

Cleveland Clinic is expanding its international presence by developing a new 185-bed hospital in the heart of London. Working with HKS Architects, PLP Architecture, and numerous subject matter experts over the past three years, the organization designed one of the first new private hospitals in the U.K. in more than 40 years. Hear how the team collaborated “across the pond” to bring the No. 2 ranked U.S. hospital system into the U.K. and set up shop next door to Buckingham Palace. See how “two nations divided by a common language” navigated through the CQC Regulations and FGI Guidelines and overcame the confusion of understanding the difference between elevators and lifts and between lifts and hoists!

E04 - Feedback that Feeds Forward: A Post-Occupancy Evaluation at UMC New Orleans

Janet Dugan, Principal, NBBJ

Jose Sama, Principal, NBBJ

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

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

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

Janet Dugan

Principal

NBBJ

Jose Sama

Principal

NBBJ

E04 - Feedback that Feeds Forward: A Post-Occupancy Evaluation at UMC New Orleans

Nothing gives perspective on the performance of a design like a post-occupancy evaluation from the users’ perspective. Returning to assess the effectiveness of the University Medical Center New Orleans, this presentation examines the design goals through the critical lens of the post-occupancy evaluation. Three years after occupancy, hear user accounts of the clinical reports of operational efficiencies and the success of human-centered design principles. Learn what the design team would do differently now armed with this information and how to "feed forward" these lessons learned to incorporate next best practice ideas for the benefit of future project designs.

E05 - The Alignment of Autism and Behavioral Health

Claudine Levan, Interior Designer, Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children

Emily Bernabe, Pediatric Psychologist, Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children

Thaddeus Przybylowski, Jr, Principal, Ewing Cole

Paul Qvale, Manager of Integrated Facilities Design, Nemours

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

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

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Claudine Levan

Interior Designer

Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children

Emily Bernabe

Pediatric Psychologist

Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children

Thaddeus Przybylowski, Jr

Principal

Ewing Cole

Paul Qvale

Manager of Integrated Facilities Design

Nemours

E05 - The Alignment of Autism and Behavioral Health

When Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Del., relocated its Behavioral Health Department, which had outgrown its existing home, it was determined that the autism program should align with the behavioral health program. Integrated facility design (IFD) and a Lean design approach involving frontline associates were used in the planning and design process. IFD included workshops and mock-ups of critical care spaces. This case study presentation outlines the overall project scope and design process, as well as key design elements that led to creating an autism-friendly space that is engaging for all children.

E06 - The Rapid Evolution of FSEDs and Micro-Hospitals: The New Model for Design

Don Adam, Chief Executive Officer, SitePoint Healthcare Partners

Kevin Meek, Executive Vice President, SitePoint Healthcare Partners

Robert Broadway, Senior Advisor, SitePoint Healthcare Partners

Type: Educational Programs|Track: New Models and Methodologies|Room: 218-219

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

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | New Models and Methodologies

Speakers

Don Adam

Chief Executive Officer

SitePoint Healthcare Partners

Kevin Meek

Executive Vice President

SitePoint Healthcare Partners

Robert Broadway

Senior Advisor

SitePoint Healthcare Partners

E06 - The Rapid Evolution of FSEDs and Micro-Hospitals: The New Model for Design

Despite recent negative stereotypes, freestanding emergency departments (FSEDs) and micro-hospitals are getting a second look from many organizations and health systems as viable patient access point options. No longer are these facilities being launched overnight with a cookie-cutter approach. Market-specific customization, including purpose, access, and execution tailored to each community, are now critical considerations in the development of these facilities. In this session, clinical professionals responsible for the operation of these facilities will discuss the many challenges and changes affecting FSEDs and micro-hospitals, as well as how a new model for design aids in regulatory compliance and patient access strategies of providers.

E07 - The Positive Impacts of Hospital Gardens on Patients, Families, and Nurses

Teresia Hazen, Coordinator of Therapeutic Gardens, Legacy Health

Minot Cleveland, Medical Director of Employee Health, Legacy Health

Bridget Martin, Clinical Nurse, Legacy Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Health and Wellness|Room: 229-230

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

Room: 229-230

Educational Programs | Health and Wellness

Speakers

Teresia Hazen

Coordinator of Therapeutic Gardens

Legacy Health

Minot Cleveland

Medical Director of Employee Health

Legacy Health

Bridget Martin

Clinical Nurse

Legacy Health

E07 - The Positive Impacts of Hospital Gardens on Patients, Families, and Nurses

Despite previous studies on the benefits of gardens and nature on people in healthcare facilities, many knowledge gaps remain. This presentation describes findings from new studies of the effects of a garden located near three medical departments in a hospital complex. The studies used rigorous research methods to examine impacts of the garden on three hospital populations: stressed family members of intensive care patients; critical care nurses working in high-stress units; and postpartum mothers and their partners. No previous research has examined the influences of a garden on these groups. The findings show that the garden improved various outcomes in these populations, and provides new insights concerning the value of well-designed healthcare gardens.

E08 - Telemedicine: Where We Are and Why the Built Environment Matters

Ellen Taylor, Vice President for Research, The Center for Health Design

Douglas S. Erickson, CEO, Facility Guidelines Institute

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Technology and Innovation|Room: 225-227

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

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Technology and Innovation

Speakers

Ellen Taylor

Vice President for Research

The Center for Health Design

Douglas S. Erickson

CEO

Facility Guidelines Institute

E08 - Telemedicine: Where We Are and Why the Built Environment Matters

The design of spaces used for telemedicine communications should strive to maintain the level of safety, privacy, quality of care, and patient experience that would be expected for that same communication when it takes place in person. The FGI Health Guidelines Revision Committee (HGRC) took a proactive approach in the 2018 Guidelines for Design and Construction. The Guidelines now provide several minimum requirements for telemedicine spaces and offer more extensive recommendations supported by research and best design practice. This session will cover the definitions and content in the new section of the Guidelines, along with the research and practice-based evidence to support these design approaches.

E09 - AIA AAH Laboratory Planning & Design Forum

Frederick Marks, Visiting Scholar & Research Collaborator, Salk Institute for Biological Studies-RBIO-P

Z Smith, Principal, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

Type: Educational Programs|Track: AIA-AAH Forums|Room: R03

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

Room: R03

Educational Programs | AIA-AAH Forums

Speakers

Frederick Marks

Visiting Scholar & Research Collaborator

Salk Institute for Biological Studies-RBIO-P

Z Smith

Principal

Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

E09 - AIA AAH Laboratory Planning & Design Forum

The methods of evidence-based design are spreading out from their origins healthcare facilities into the design of laboratories, healthcare teaching facilities, education facilities in general, and workplaces. In the last decade, New Orleans-based EskewDumezRipple has emerged as a leader in the Deep South of architectural practices integrating award-winning design excellence with high performance outcomes (measured in terms of energy performance, stormwater handling, daylighting, and indoor air quality). They drawn on lessons learned from what worked and what didn't in post-Katrina New Orleans to become recognized as a national advocate for resilient design in all building types. Their work is still grounded in the themes embodied in the vernacular architecture of the Deep South, but applies these lessons to unabashedly modern laboratory, healthcare, healthcare education, and other projects.

E10 - Activation: The Bridge to Clinical Operations

Maggie Duplantis, Director, Clinical Planning and Design, Houston Methodist Hospital

Sid Sanders, SVP, Facilities and Construction, Houston Methodist

Jim Hicks, VP, Capital Planning, Houston Methodist

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Facility, Project & Asset Management|Room: R02

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

Room: R02

Educational Programs | Facility, Project & Asset Management

Speakers

Maggie Duplantis

Director, Clinical Planning and Design

Houston Methodist Hospital

Sid Sanders

SVP, Facilities and Construction

Houston Methodist

Jim Hicks

VP, Capital Planning

Houston Methodist

E10 - Activation: The Bridge to Clinical Operations

Activation is the bridge between construction completion and first patient and is often the “forgotten” yet critical process to a successful healthcare project. Depending on the scale of the building, activation can be simple or complex. It is a high-resource, transformative process that focuses on the transition from completed construction to the start of clinical operations and integrates the building design and organizational culture through careful planning, coordination, and execution. Join this team to learn how Houston Methodist successfully opened The Walter Tower, a 22-story tower with more than 950,000 square feet of space in the Texas Medical Center. Presenters will walk you through the planning, coordination, sequencing, and challenges to ensure a successful transition to a functional hospital.

I01 - The Physician Private Office: Need or Negotiation?

Jordan Smith, Researcher- WorkSpace Futures, Steelcase Health

Adrian Boysel, Interior Design Manager, The Ohio State University

Corrie Feldmann, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Susan Moffatt-Bruce, Executive Director, The Ohio State University

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: R01

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

Room: R01

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Jordan Smith

Researcher- WorkSpace Futures

Steelcase Health

Adrian Boysel

Interior Design Manager

The Ohio State University

Corrie Feldmann

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Susan Moffatt-Bruce

Executive Director

The Ohio State University

I01 - The Physician Private Office: Need or Negotiation?

Physician transition from assigned private offices to corporate notions of shared private and communal space is occurring across the U.S., driven by inefficient space utilization, real estate costs, and reduced revenues. However, the significance and meaning of the physician private office is not well understood within academic or design circles. This roundtable discussion will detail an ongoing exploration of the real and perceived work-life needs of physicians in a major academic medical institution. Come learn about and discuss the preliminary findings in this active study, including how to use mixed-methods research to drive organizational change.

I02 - The Virtua Camden Health and Wellness Center: Tackling Social Determinants, Not Just Symptoms

Emma Leach, Designer, Stantec Architecture, Inc.

Tasso Karras, Senior Associate, Stantec Architecture, Inc.

J. Matthew Eastman, Principal, Stantec Architecture Inc.

Debra Moran, Vice President, Community Based Services, Virtua

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: 217

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

Room: 217

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Emma Leach

Designer

Stantec Architecture, Inc.

Tasso Karras

Senior Associate

Stantec Architecture, Inc.

J. Matthew Eastman

Principal

Stantec Architecture Inc.

Debra Moran

Vice President, Community Based Services

Virtua

I02 - The Virtua Camden Health and Wellness Center: Tackling Social Determinants, Not Just Symptoms

Built on the campus of a decommissioned acute care inpatient facility, the new Camden Health and Wellness Center reimagines how Virtua engages and cares for its patients, creating not just another healthcare setting but an environment that focuses on holistic health and addressing social determinants of health. Come hear how the new facility is designed to tackle population health in an urban community where demand for services is high, access to healthcare is limited, and patients can be reluctant to follow through on care plans. A food pantry, mobile farmers market, community education programs, and an “ambulatory ICU” exam room concept are among strategies that will be discussed.

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.

9:30 AM - 11:45 AM

D01 - Aging Impacts! The Design Story for All Healthcare Settings

Jane Rohde, Principal, JSR Associates, Inc.

Kristin Ellingsen, Healthcare Specialist, OFG

Dave Ufflemann, VP Sales, Krug

Type: Deep Dive|Track: Deep Dive|Room: 210

11/03/2019 9:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Room: 210

Deep Dive

Speakers

Jane Rohde

Principal

JSR Associates, Inc.

Kristin Ellingsen

Healthcare Specialist

OFG

Dave Ufflemann

VP Sales

Krug

D01 - Aging Impacts! The Design Story for All Healthcare Settings

This deep-dive panel will provide background demographics on the aging patients currently utilizing various healthcare settings. The characteristics of this care population are often overlooked during the design process and are essential to providing supportive designs relative to patient outcomes. Presenters will go into detail on the special needs of the older subset of the patient population with specific focus on issues of vision and hearing impairment and resulting design considerations necessary to respond to those needs. This experiential presentation provides hands-on opportunities to increase design opportunities for improving environments for older adult patients. In turn, universally designed settings can improve all patient, visitor, and staff outcomes, regardless of age.

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

E11 - The Impact of a Decentralized Inpatient Unit Design on Nurse Learning Opportunities

Juliet Rogers, President/CEO, Blue Cottage Consulting

Renae Rich, Research Analyst, HDR

Minakshi Raj, University of Michigan

Sheila DePaola, NURSING OPERATIONS SPECIALIST, PARKLAND HOSPITAL

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research|Room: R08-R09

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

Room: R08-R09

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speakers

Juliet Rogers

President/CEO

Blue Cottage Consulting

Renae Rich

Research Analyst

HDR

Minakshi Raj

University of Michigan

Sheila DePaola

NURSING OPERATIONS SPECIALIST

PARKLAND HOSPITAL

E11 - The Impact of a Decentralized Inpatient Unit Design on Nurse Learning Opportunities

The trend of designing decentralized nurses’ stations is hypothesized to increase nurse time at the bedside and improve quality of care. However, little is known about the impact of decentralization on communication and teamwork. As part of a post-occupancy study at the new Parkland Hospital, one objective was to understand how decentralized nursing models affect opportunities for vicarious learning amongst nurses. This session presents empirical findings from a mixed-methods study examining perspectives from nursing personnel following the move to the new hospital. Considerations for future decentralized designs, such as suggestions for improving staff retention and satisfaction, and additional characteristics that support observational and vicarious learning, will be discussed.

E12 - How Exam Room Research and Design Can Improve User Experience

Joshua Crews, Design Team Director, NELSON

Zorana Matic, Researcher and a Ph.D. candidate, SimTigrate Design Lab - College of Design - Georgia Institute of Technology

Lisa Lim, Texas Tech University College of Architecture

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: R04-R05

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

Room: R04-R05

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speakers

Joshua Crews

Design Team Director

NELSON

Zorana Matic

Zorana Matic

Researcher and a Ph.D. candidate

SimTigrate Design Lab - College of Design - Georgia Institute of Technology

Lisa Lim

Texas Tech University College of Architecture

E12 - How Exam Room Research and Design Can Improve User Experience

While there are many different types of exam rooms, it is not clear which layouts may best improve the user experience. This presentation looks at new trends in clinic design and how exam rooms are evolving to address changes in delivery models. The presenters will share research evaluation results of more than a dozen exam rooms and explain how different layouts may impact the user experience of patients, family members, and providers. The results reveal performance scores of different exam rooms and demonstrate the methods that can be used for design, evaluation, and comparison of different exam room layouts when choosing between options.

E13 - Designing for Patient Safety: Use of Simulation to Detect Latent Safety Threats Prior to Patient Exposure

Nora Colman, Pediatric Intensive Care, Simulation Fellow, Children's Healtcare of Atlanta

Kiran Hebbar, Medical Director of Simulation, Pediatric Intensive Care, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

Ashley Dalpiaz, Simulation Center supervisor, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: R06-R07

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

Room: R06-R07

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Nora Colman

Pediatric Intensive Care, Simulation Fellow

Children's Healtcare of Atlanta

Kiran Hebbar

Medical Director of Simulation, Pediatric Intensive Care

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

Ashley Dalpiaz

Simulation Center supervisor

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

E13 - Designing for Patient Safety: Use of Simulation to Detect Latent Safety Threats Prior to Patient Exposure

Simulation-based Clinical Systems Testing (SbCST) is a methodological approach to evaluate new healthcare design for its impact on patient safety. The healthcare built environment interacts with patients, equipment, and technology to impact patient safety and decisions made about the built environment during the design phase can sometimes have unintended effects that can lead to patient harm. These flaws are known as latent safety threats (LSTs). Many design teams are unfamiliar with how to evaluate a space for LSTs or ways to prevent these flaws from being incorporated into the final design. Integrating healthcare SbCST into the design process provides a methodical approach for evaluation of safety in the design without exposing patients to risk.

E14 - A Study of Two Systems: Does One Model Fit All

Chee Keong Lin, Principal, Medical Planner, SmithGroup

Michelle Fuentes, President, Adventist Health Sonora

Chris Matthews, Director of Real Estate, NorthBay Healthcare

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

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

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

Chee Keong Lin

Principal, Medical Planner

SmithGroup

Michelle Fuentes

President

Adventist Health Sonora

Chris Matthews

Director of Real Estate

NorthBay Healthcare

E14 - A Study of Two Systems: Does One Model Fit All

Two community-based health systems recently adopted the same team-based clinic model, featuring design of a centralized, integrated care team work area flanked by two-sided exam rooms. The clinical program and planning similarities provide a unique opportunity to study the operational and experiential considerations critical to the implementation of a new clinical model for two different systems. Feedback collected through post-occupancy surveys and interviews investigated the registration, check-in/check-out and patient rooming processes, impact on waiting times and space, the integrated care team engagement, and the layout of exam and consult rooms. While the findings supported many of the original design intentions, a few unexpected outcomes will also be illuminated.

E15 - Designing a Place of Sanctuary for Behavioral Health Inpatients and Staff

Robyn Linstrom, Associate, Davis Partnership Architects

Jim Hunt, President, Behavioral Health Facility Consulting, LLC

Kim Boe, Executive Vice President, West Springs Hospital

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

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

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Robyn Linstrom

Associate

Davis Partnership Architects

Jim Hunt

President

Behavioral Health Facility Consulting, LLC

Kim Boe

Executive Vice President

West Springs Hospital

E15 - Designing a Place of Sanctuary for Behavioral Health Inpatients and Staff

West Springs Hospital engaged in a new campaign: “Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives.” The new 48-bed replacement facility had the goal of creating an environment that comforts patients and allows them to be receptive to receiving treatment. The task of combining both a calming, non-threatening environment with a high level of safety for both patients and staff into one successful facility has been accomplished. The team combined creative uses of technology such as therapeutic color lighting, an abundance of natural light, and direct access to courtyards in the completed project. Data from the post-occupancy evaluation study will be presented.

E16 - Healthcare in the Home: Do We Have the Right Environment?

Debajyoti Pati, Professor and Rockwell Endowment Chair, Texas Tech University

Patricia Freier, Quality Improvement Specialist - Clinical Excellence, Covenant Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: New Models and Methodologies|Room: 218-219

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

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | New Models and Methodologies

Speakers

Debajyoti Pati

Professor and Rockwell Endowment Chair

Texas Tech University

Patricia Freier

Quality Improvement Specialist - Clinical Excellence

Covenant Health

E16 - Healthcare in the Home: Do We Have the Right Environment?

Are our homes ready for home-based healthcare? The answer is no, and this poses a serious challenge to ongoing and emerging efforts to deliver more care in people’s homes as well as the desire of almost all people to live and be cared for in their homes. This session will present findings (and potential design solutions) from a design exploration into these emerging needs, highlighting shortcomings in residential designs that need to be addressed to ensure population health. More than 20 areas of design needs emerged from this exercise, many of which are non-existent in contemporary homes and most of which hinder resident safety and home healthcare.

E17 - The Biology, Physics, and Epistemology of Buildings: How Wellness is Changing the Design and Operations Process

Whitney Gray, DR., Delos

Colin Rohlfing, Director of Sustainable Development, HDR Inc.

Laura Parisi, South Chicagoland and Central Illinois Region Design Manager, Advocate Aurora Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Health and Wellness|Room: 229-230

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

Room: 229-230

Educational Programs | Health and Wellness

Speakers

Whitney Gray

DR.

Delos

Colin Rohlfing

Director of Sustainable Development

HDR Inc.

Laura Parisi

South Chicagoland and Central Illinois Region Design Manager

Advocate Aurora Health

E17 - The Biology, Physics, and Epistemology of Buildings: How Wellness is Changing the Design and Operations Process

Our industry is quickly shifting to one that demands health-related data analytics into pre- and post-design stages, and this shift is fundamentally changing the methods of design, delivery and verification.This session will examine human biology and building physics, how knowledge about the relationships between the two can be currently understood and applied, and how and why we must engage in testing and evolving this knowledge. Presenters will explore the effectiveness, limitations, and gaps in translating knowledge of how humans interact in space, identify tools created to facilitate optimal wellness design, and offer approaches necessary to test and build further knowledge.

E18 - Universal Language: Using Research and Technology to Provide Holistic, User-focused Wayfinding

Tina Larsen, Managing Principal, Healthcare Sector Lead, Corgan

Tammy Testa, Vice President, Corgan

Paige Terrell, Vice President/Branded Environments Leader, Corgan

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Technology and Innovation|Room: 225-227

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

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Technology and Innovation

Speakers

Tina Larsen

Managing Principal, Healthcare Sector Lead

Corgan

Tammy Testa

Vice President

Corgan

Paige Terrell

Vice President/Branded Environments Leader

Corgan

E18 - Universal Language: Using Research and Technology to Provide Holistic, User-focused Wayfinding

Patients of diverse backgrounds, languages, abilities, and ages often find themselves at healthcare facilities during the most critical and stressful moments of their lives. Having the ability to easily self-guide within a space supports their empowerment and healing. This session examines how the design of space can communicate critical information that enables navigation while remaining welcoming and soothing. Two recent case studies will outline the different types of visitors that hospitals receive within a typical day and show how, using research and technology tools, designers can best implement strategic design techniques for visitors that not only effectively communicates direction, but also engage them within the space.

E19 - The Death and Life of Master Planning

Fady Barmada, Practice Leader, Strategy Advisory Services, Array Advisors

Noah Tolson, Principal, Practice Leader for Planning, Array Architects

Jonathan Bykowski, Principal, Practice Leader, Continuous Improvement, Transformation Advisory Services, Array Advisors

Type: Educational Programs|Track: AIA-AAH Forums|Room: R03

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

Room: R03

Educational Programs | AIA-AAH Forums

Speakers

Fady Barmada

Practice Leader, Strategy Advisory Services

Array Advisors

Noah Tolson

Principal, Practice Leader for Planning

Array Architects

Jonathan Bykowski

Principal, Practice Leader, Continuous Improvement, Transformation Advisory Services

Array Advisors

E19 - The Death and Life of Master Planning

Health systems continue to plan for and execute a strategic vision based on siloed, misaligned information often bearing buildings that don't fulfill needs and require immediate modification. This session will outline steps to drive alignment of initial project drivers to optimize building program and performance.

E20 - Think You Know How IoT Will Impact the Healthcare Built Environment?

Brian Weldy, VP/Facilities Administration, HCA Services

David Dean, Managing Director, Tenzing Energy Solutions

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Facility, Project & Asset Management|Room: R02

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

Room: R02

Educational Programs | Facility, Project & Asset Management

Speakers

Brian Weldy

VP/Facilities Administration

HCA Services

David Dean

Managing Director

Tenzing Energy Solutions

E20 - Think You Know How IoT Will Impact the Healthcare Built Environment?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term frequently used today, yet this broad acronym can be somewhat confusing. This session will provide insight into and examples of how thinking of IoT in more common application terms such as predictive maintenance, condition-based monitoring, and connected operations within the healthcare built environment. With prices for sensors rapidly decreasing as well as manufacturers providing more and more analytics data from their equipment, the abundance of data will continue to grow exponentially. This session will present actionable next steps for consideration in your organization’s journey toward a connected, intelligent healthcare infrastructure.

I03 - Flip this Hospital: Renovations with Curb Appeal

Ashley McCormick, Principal, Novus Architects

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: R01

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

Room: R01

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speaker

Ashley McCormick

Principal

Novus Architects

I03 - Flip this Hospital: Renovations with Curb Appeal

Join Novus Architects and explore four major hospital renovation types that can increase hospital performance and patient satisfaction. Moderators will discuss how to prioritize what renovation work should come first, how hospitals can insure there is return on the investment, phasing so the hospital can remain open, and whether upsizing the space is always the right answer. Additional roundtable discussion will include how code updates, technology, and patient perception (reimbursement) are altering the philosophies of renovation design work.

I04 - For the Love of Purpose: How Can Design Help Prevent Clinician Burnout by Tapping into Intrinsic Motivation?

Sara Marberry, Writer, Blogger, Marketing Consultant, Sara Marberry, LLC

Tama Duffy Day, Gensler

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: 217

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

Room: 217

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Sara Marberry

Writer, Blogger, Marketing Consultant

Sara Marberry, LLC

I04 - For the Love of Purpose: How Can Design Help Prevent Clinician Burnout by Tapping into Intrinsic Motivation?

Most clinicians went into healthcare because they are intrinsically motivated to take on challenges and contribute something meaningful. They thrive on being able to find purpose and meaning in their work. But many experience burnout from depersonalization, emotional exhaustion, and a sense of low personal accomplishment. Clinician burnout is at an all-time high, and we are facing physician and nursing shortages in the next decade. How can design help? Using insights from research by Gensler on what motivates people to work for not-for-profit employers (and other studies), this interactive session explores ways in which design can not only support how clinicians work but also why.

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

K02 - Healthcare Design Awards Luncheon

Type: Keynote|Room: Great Hall

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

Room: Great Hall

Keynote

K02 - Healthcare Design Awards Luncheon

Open to all attendees, Healthcare Design magazine will honor the winners of its annual competitions during this luncheon. Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Kovacs Silvis will introduce the most recent winners of the Design Showcase, Remodel/Renovation Competition, and the Rising Star Awards and share details on their impressive achievements.

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!

E21 - The Impact of Lighting, Noise, and Design on NICU Staff and Family Members

Terri Zborowsky, Design Researcher, HGA

Jennifer Christmann, Director of Facilities and Planning, University of KY HealthCare

Andrea Wilkerson, PhD, LC, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Rebecca Kleinbaum Sanders, Vice President, HGA

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research|Room: R08-R09

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

Room: R08-R09

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speakers

Terri Zborowsky

Design Researcher

HGA

Jennifer Christmann

Director of Facilities and Planning

University of KY HealthCare

Andrea Wilkerson

PhD, LC

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Rebecca Kleinbaum Sanders

Vice President

HGA

E21 - The Impact of Lighting, Noise, and Design on NICU Staff and Family Members

The purpose of this research study was to conduct a multiple method pre- and post-occupancy evaluation of an academic medical center’s new NICU. The prior unit was an open bay floor plan. The new 70-bed NICU at the center has six pods of approximately 12 single family rooms in each. This study evaluated the existing design features for perception of satisfaction and importance to the primary users of the space, the staff, and parents of the babies in the NICU. This study also evaluated the lighting conditions and acoustics. The findings of the study and their design implications will be presented.

E22 - Research Matters: 10 Picks for the Year

Alan J. Card, Research Assoicate, The Center for Health Design

Melissa Piatkowski, Research Associate, The Center for Health Design

Ellen Taylor, Vice President for Research, The Center for Health Design

Addie Abushousheh, Research Associate, The Center for Health Design

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: R04-R05

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

Room: R04-R05

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speakers

Alan J. Card

Research Assoicate

The Center for Health Design

Melissa Piatkowski

Research Associate

The Center for Health Design

Ellen Taylor

Vice President for Research

The Center for Health Design

Addie Abushousheh

Research Associate

The Center for Health Design

E22 - Research Matters: 10 Picks for the Year

To apply evidence-based design, you have to know what the best available evidence is. But design research is published faster than anyone can read it. How can researchers and design practitioners keep up with the most important work? In this rapid-fire session, experts from The Center for Health Design will present their version of visual abstracts for the top 10 design research articles of the past year. They’ll discuss what we’ve learned and what we still need to know, and help participants ride the waves in an ocean of evidence without drowning in it. But more: They will provide a shared body of knowledge for the health design community to apply to their designs.

E23 - A Replacement Hospital Built for New Models of Care: Lessons Learned Post-occupancy

Linda Wessic, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer/Chief Nursing Officer, Major Hospital

Derek Selke, Principal | Architect, BSA LifeStructures

Carrie McGovern, Director of Interior Design, Indianapolis, BSA LifeStructures

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: R06-R07

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

Room: R06-R07

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Linda Wessic

Vice President and Chief Operating Officer/Chief Nursing Officer

Major Hospital

Derek Selke

Principal | Architect

BSA LifeStructures

Carrie McGovern

Director of Interior Design, Indianapolis

BSA LifeStructures

E23 - A Replacement Hospital Built for New Models of Care: Lessons Learned Post-occupancy

When Major Hospital in Shelbyville, Ind., began planning to replace its existing hospital on the heels of the Affordable Care Act, leaders recognized that future healthcare would be heavily focused on ambulatory care. The hospital and the planning and design team recognized that they needed to be on the forefront of new technologies and be innovative with new models of care while respecting the rich history and culture of their community. This team will share operational planning strategies before design, how those strategies informed design and construction, lessons learned, and post-occupancy metrics on patient outcomes, readmissions, observation length of stay, energy savings, and patient and provider satisfaction.

E24 - What Does the Staff Say? Team-Based Care Modules that Support the Delivery of Patient-Centered Primary Care

Christopher Kiss, PhD Student, Clemson University, School of Architecture - Architecture and Health Graduate Program

Dina Battisto, Associate Professor, Clemson University

William Lewis, U.S. Army Health Facility Planning Agency

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

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

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

Christopher Kiss

PhD Student

Clemson University, School of Architecture - Architecture and Health Graduate Program

Dina Battisto

Associate Professor

Clemson University

William Lewis

U.S. Army Health Facility Planning Agency

E24 - What Does the Staff Say? Team-Based Care Modules that Support the Delivery of Patient-Centered Primary Care

The Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is an exemplary model of care. However, there are limited studies that investigate the performance of newly constructed team-based primary care clinics. Garnering the different staff perspectives on how the physical environment supports or hinders the delivery of care is essential for improving clinic designs. This study will present findings from three different clinics using ethnographic techniques to reveal clinical staff perceptions on the functionality of different types of team-based clinical module configurations. Planning and design recommendations will show how to design for team-based clinical modules that accommodate the variety of staff needs in PCMH clinics.

E25 - Come to Your Senses: Integrating the Sensory Experience in the Clinical Setting

Nicole Cocolin, Principal, DCC Design Group

Faith Orsini, Assistant Vice President of Design and Construction, RWJ Barnabas Health

Barbara Romito, Director of the Childlife Program, The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

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

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Nicole Cocolin

Principal

DCC Design Group

Faith Orsini

Assistant Vice President of Design and Construction

RWJ Barnabas Health

Barbara Romito

Director of the Childlife Program

The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

E25 - Come to Your Senses: Integrating the Sensory Experience in the Clinical Setting

With the rise of autism diagnoses and sensory conditions, there is an increasing need for sensory friendly environments within clinical settings. The Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital-New Brunswick embarked on a new emergency department renovation and expansion that incorporated ground-breaking pediatric and adult clinical sensory rooms where treatment and the sensory experience converge. In this session, this team will reflect on the journey for how a dedicated sensory experience led to the creation of one-of-a-kind sensory friendly treatment rooms within the Emergency Department. Post occupancy evaluations for both rooms will be utilized to evaluate the success, lessons learned, and impact of these rooms on the patient experience.

E26 - Lights, Camera, Action: Healthcare Design through the Lens of Pop Culture

Jennifer Aliber, Principal, Shepley Bulfinch

Angela Watson, Principal, Shepley Bulfinch

Type: Educational Programs|Track: New Models and Methodologies|Room: 218-219

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

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | New Models and Methodologies

Speakers

Jennifer Aliber

Principal

Shepley Bulfinch

Angela Watson

Principal

Shepley Bulfinch

E26 - Lights, Camera, Action: Healthcare Design through the Lens of Pop Culture

Forty years ago the perception most Americans had of hospital design probably came from a very limited number of sources: their local hospital and a couple of television programs such “Marcus Welby, MD” and “General Hospital.” Through the use of video clips and other imagery, this presentation will examine the evolution of the intersection of media versions of hospitals and popular culture, including aspects of power (between patients, physicians, and administration), greed and finance (how architecture reveals an attitude about money in medicine), and notions of the place of the hospital in modern America.

E27 - Designing with Nature: Japanese-Style Healing Gardens and Programs for Wellness

Hoichi Kurisu, Kurisu, LLC, Kurisu, LLC

Wendy Lo, Curator of Education, The Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens

Michiko Kurisu, Education & Development, Kurisu, LLC

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Health and Wellness|Room: 229-230

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

Room: 229-230

Educational Programs | Health and Wellness

Speakers

Hoichi Kurisu

Kurisu, LLC

Kurisu, LLC

Wendy Lo

Curator of Education

The Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens

Michiko Kurisu

Education & Development

Kurisu, LLC

E27 - Designing with Nature: Japanese-Style Healing Gardens and Programs for Wellness

What are healing gardens and how can they impact healthcare delivery? What kind of wellness programming exists for a nature-based environment? Learn the answers to these questions from professionals who have created and implemented innovative, award-winning healing gardens and wellness programs that utilize them. Learn about three case studies of Japanese-style healing gardens and their impact on the experience of healthcare for the institutions and communities they serve, as well as successful programs designed to optimize healing in these gardens. Attendees will gain practical information and design concepts to inspire their own healing gardens and wellness programs.

E28 - Training Destinations: Simulation Spaces that Support Active Learning and Patient Safety

June Hanley, Principal Laboratory Planner, HDR

Jennifer Arnold, Medical Director, Center for Medical Simulation and Innovative Education, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

Scott Hughes, Senior Project Architect, HDR

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Technology and Innovation|Room: 225-227

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

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Technology and Innovation

Speakers

June Hanley

Principal Laboratory Planner

HDR

Jennifer Arnold

Medical Director, Center for Medical Simulation and Innovative Education

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

Scott Hughes

Senior Project Architect

HDR

E28 - Training Destinations: Simulation Spaces that Support Active Learning and Patient Safety

Hospital-based simulation centers can help reduce errors and increase patient safety by supporting active learning for the medical community. These settings range from simple exam rooms to specialty set-ups for senior faculty and specialty clinicians. Using the Center for Simulation and Innovative Education at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital as a case study, this session explores what active learning really means in a high-paced clinical environment. Creating spaces to educate healthcare providers, patient caregivers, and family members requires a mix of low and high technology, training in both qualitative and quantitative skills, and making program and design choices that will provide the most effective space when using hard-won capital construction funds.

E29 - The Strategic Planning Forum is Proud to Present: Medxcel Integrating Healthcare Facilities Services

Michael Wood, National Director/Construction, Medxcel

Gary Collins, Senior Director, Healthcare, Virtual Energy Solutions

Type: Educational Programs|Track: AIA-AAH Forums|Room: R03

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

Room: R03

Educational Programs | AIA-AAH Forums

Speakers

Michael Wood

National Director/Construction

Medxcel

Gary Collins

Senior Director, Healthcare

Virtual Energy Solutions

E29 - The Strategic Planning Forum is Proud to Present: Medxcel Integrating Healthcare Facilities Services

The Strategic Planning Forum is dedicated to providing insights into the business of healthcare. Medxcel is leading the transformation of healthcare facilities services by incorportating a new approach to providing services. Created by healthcare, for healthcare, Medxcel is providing tools, processes, support resources, data, analytics, and insource strategies that drive results.

E30 - How Much Escalation is Enough?

Patrick Casey, Executive Director – Planning, Design and Construction, The University of Mississippi Medical Center

Dave Kistel, Vice President, Facilities & Support Services, Lee Health

Bradley Pollitt, Vice President, Facilities, UF Health Shands Hospital

Rania Sadrack, Principal/Director of Healthcare Strategy, TLC Engineering Solutions

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Facility, Project & Asset Management|Room: R02

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

Room: R02

Educational Programs | Facility, Project & Asset Management

Speakers

Patrick Casey

Executive Director – Planning, Design and Construction

The University of Mississippi Medical Center

Dave Kistel

Vice President, Facilities & Support Services

Lee Health

Bradley Pollitt

Vice President, Facilities

UF Health Shands Hospital

Rania Sadrack

Principal/Director of Healthcare Strategy

TLC Engineering Solutions

E30 - How Much Escalation is Enough?

One of the most difficult parts of establishing a budget for a project is determining how much escalation to apply to the cost estimate. The construction industry has recently seen a rapid escalation in pricing, plus challenges concerning supply and demand for the required goods or services. These panelists will share a number of factors driving cost escalation in their region as well as challenges they are facing with limited resources. This panel discussion will also explore various ways of coping with these challenges.

I05 - Keeping a Project Team Engaged for 1,825 Days!

Jennifer Storey, Principal, Stantec Architecture

Shannon Faulhaber, Director of Strategic Growth, Taussig Cancer Institute Cleveland Clinic

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: R01

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

Room: R01

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Jennifer Storey

Principal

Stantec Architecture

Shannon Faulhaber

Director of Strategic Growth

Taussig Cancer Institute Cleveland Clinic

I05 - Keeping a Project Team Engaged for 1,825 Days!

Keeping the team engaged throughout a multiyear design and construction project can be challenging, but it is essential for the success of the project. During the five-year creation of the new Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center, hundreds of team members were engaged at varying and unique levels. Come hear how this team planned this engagement and utilized different tools to maintain excitement for a building that would enhance the ability to apply the world-class care that Cleveland Clinic is known for. Moderators will share feedback received through post-occupancy study regarding perceptions of the engagement process and discuss how team achievement can be celebrated.

I06 - How Do You Say No?

David Meek, Associate, Shepley Bulfinch

Stephanie Altavilla, Senior Project Director, Boston Children's Hospital

SueEllen Donahoe, Director Facility Planning, Boston Children’s Hospital

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: 217

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

Room: 217

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

David Meek

Associate

Shepley Bulfinch

Stephanie Altavilla

Senior Project Director

Boston Children's Hospital

SueEllen Donahoe

Director Facility Planning

Boston Children’s Hospital

I06 - How Do You Say No?

Design teams are continuously asked to provide more from less space and with leaner contingencies. So how are we coping with late-stage program adds, clinical and infrastructure scope creep, and “have-to-haves” well after the design is finalized? What methods are effective in staving off emotional pleas or compelling demands for highly specialized clinical needs? After an overview of the design and documentation process, moderators will open the floor for attendees from peers and institutions across the nation, to share effective methods, protocols, and resolutions to design change requests and avoid the inevitable budget busters. They’ll share case study examples of change management processes that have resulted in success.

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

1:45 PM - 4:00 PM

D02 - The Future of Healthcare Green Building Rating and Certification Systems

Kim Shinn, Principal and Senior Wizard, TLC Engineering Solutions

Robin Guenther, Principal, Perkins+Will/ Health Care Without Harm

Type: Deep Dive|Track: Deep Dive|Room: 210

11/03/2019 1:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Room: 210

Deep Dive

Speakers

Kim Shinn

Principal and Senior Wizard

TLC Engineering Solutions

Robin Guenther

Principal

Perkins+Will/ Health Care Without Harm

D02 - The Future of Healthcare Green Building Rating and Certification Systems

LEED, Living Building, Green Guide, WELL, RELi—another day, another rating system. Join this facilitated conversation with industry experts and health system leaders Jenna Agins of NYU Langone,  Don Orndoff of Kaiser Permanente, and Jon Utech of Cleveland Clinic, moderated by Steve Guttmann, chair of the LEED for Healthcare project committee, as they discuss what's working and what's not in today’s green building certification systems. Explore the value proposition of certification and hear from systems who "design to LEED levels but without certifying." Hear about the newest tools in the marketplace (including RELi and WELL), and the increased use of resilience and wellness rating systems in healthcare projects. Attendees will learn from one another and collectively create a picture of the current state of design practice using rating and certification systems and identify what the healthcare sector really needs from these systems to deliver healthier, restorative, and regenerative buildings that support health system goals to improve care and reduce costs

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.

E31 - The Opportunity to Transform Healthcare Design Research with Computational Design

Nicholas Watkins, Performance Analytics Manager, Gensler

Michelle Gandolf, DIrector of Market Research & Insights, Cleveland Clinic

James Crispino, Director of Health & Wellness, Gensler

Richard Tyson, Gensler

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research|Room: R08-R09

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

Room: R08-R09

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speakers

Nicholas Watkins

Performance Analytics Manager

Gensler

Michelle Gandolf

DIrector of Market Research & Insights

Cleveland Clinic

James Crispino

Director of Health & Wellness

Gensler

E31 - The Opportunity to Transform Healthcare Design Research with Computational Design

A post-occupancy evaluation of more than 2,000 Cleveland Clinic inpatient facility patients was a first step toward an understanding of design’s impact across the inpatient facility portfolio. This presentation will report on results from a further study of 664 inpatients who experienced overnight stays in a private patient room within the last three years. A web-based survey including ratings and open-ended questions explored patients’ loyalty to Cleveland Clinic and experiences during and memories of their inpatient stay. The business case for design was demonstrated by the substantive impact design had on patient loyalty. Additional analyses revealed effective design and operational strategies and opportunities for additional phases of research involving computational design.

E32 - Reducing Hospital Security Threats with Attentive Design

Ted Hood, Senior Project Manager, TLC Engineering

David Stewart, Principal, Orcutt Winslow

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: R04-R05

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

Room: R04-R05

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speakers

Ted Hood

Senior Project Manager

TLC Engineering

David Stewart

Principal

Orcutt Winslow

E32 - Reducing Hospital Security Threats with Attentive Design

Active shooters, domestic violence, terrorism, gangs, behavioral patient issues, theft, workplace violence, and abductions are unfortunate realities hospitals must be prepared to face. Virtual fencing, biometrics, video analytics, visitor management systems, access control, emergency notification systems, duress systems, and video surveillance can reduce these risks but must be carefully designed with the built environment as a frontline defense. Embracing a holistic design approach that integrates these technologies along with physical barriers, structural resiliency, strategic lighting, incident command centers, and operation needs is a must to address today’s hospital security risks.

E33 - Reducing the Cost of Care: Is Centralization Really Best?

Solvei Neiger, Partner, ZGF Architects

Barbara Anderson, Principal, ZGF Architects

Stephanie O'Brien, Program Manager, Ambulatory Facilities Planning, Oregon Health & Science University

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: R06-R07

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

Room: R06-R07

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Solvei Neiger

Partner

ZGF Architects

Barbara Anderson

Principal

ZGF Architects

Stephanie O'Brien

Program Manager, Ambulatory Facilities Planning

Oregon Health & Science University

E33 - Reducing the Cost of Care: Is Centralization Really Best?

Healthcare organizations continue to assess whether centralizing or decentralizing services drives improved patient experience, efficient staffing, and operational throughput. Historically, Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) has decentralized patient check-in and phlebotomy services to serve their infusion and ambulatory specialties. A new ambulatory facility provided an opportunity to explore a different model, focused on reducing healthcare costs, improving the patient experience, and maximizing revenue-generating space. The shift to a centralized model was driven by a team who defined success strategies, performed evidence-based design research, and leveraged data to create a new model and space. Hear the outcomes, lessons learned, and next steps in the centralized services journey.

E34 - Keeping the Lights On: How to Update Active Aging Facilities

Corrie Feldmann, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Natalie Jordan, Interior Design Planner, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Kent Hess, Associate Executive Director - Universtiy Hospital, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

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

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

Corrie Feldmann

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Natalie Jordan

Interior Design Planner

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Kent Hess

Associate Executive Director - Universtiy Hospital

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

E34 - Keeping the Lights On: How to Update Active Aging Facilities

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Refresh Program is an example of what can be accomplished in a fully functioning hospital when leadership buy-in is secured and a strong design/implementation team is in place. The goal of the Refresh Program is to facilitate finish upgrades in the active hospital via a multi-phased approach, minimizing impact to patient bed revenue generation and incorporating a nimble “lessons learned” process. The beneficial results of this program have been realized through a positive impact on staff satisfaction, an improved standard of care for patients, and an extension of life to our aging facilities.

E35 - Creating an Outpatient Care System through Templated Design

Luis Posada, Principal, Medical Planner, SmithGroup

Matthew Reiskin, Principal, Medical Planner, SmithGroup

Thomas Piazza, Colonel, Retired, USAF

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

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

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Luis Posada

Principal, Medical Planner

SmithGroup

Matthew Reiskin

Principal, Medical Planner

SmithGroup

Thomas Piazza

Colonel, Retired

USAF

E35 - Creating an Outpatient Care System through Templated Design

The National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center is among the world's most advanced treatment and research centers for traumatic brain injury (TBI) and psychological health. NICoE is the hub of satellite clinics being built at military bases around the country to treat patients struggling with persistent TBI symptoms. The satellites, or Intrepid Spirit Centers (ISCs), deploy with a templated design that enables speed to market. They function as a healthcare system, establishing core mission protocols and conducting synchronized multi-site research and physical design improvements to the rapidly evolving model of TBI care and rehabilitation.

E36 - Will Your Hospital Make the Cut? Three Emerging Factors Changing the Typical Hospital Typology

Stacey Brimmer, Senior Associate, Corgan

Alisa Carlson, Methodist Health System, Methodist Health System

Type: Educational Programs|Track: New Models and Methodologies|Room: 218-219

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

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | New Models and Methodologies

Speakers

Stacey Brimmer

Senior Associate

Corgan

Alisa Carlson

Methodist Health System

Methodist Health System

E36 - Will Your Hospital Make the Cut? Three Emerging Factors Changing the Typical Hospital Typology

Due to the growing popularity of holistic wellness, wellness tourism is estimated to create $919 billion by the year 2022, according to the Global Wellness Institute. In this session, presenters will examine the push toward holistic wellness and what that means for the future of healthcare environments. Specifically, they’ll address: the evolution of the “resimercial” trend; the emerging healthcare users need for instant gratification; and the importance of variety to allow visitors to tailor the environment for their specific needs. They will then discuss design solutions to implement today to keep your healthcare facility in line with the emerging changes in healthcare delivery.

E37 - Selecting Healthy Materials for Mayo Clinic

Lindsey Evenson, Project Architect, Perkins+Will

Ken Potts, Project Manager, Mayo Clinic

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Health and Wellness|Room: 229-230

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

Room: 229-230

Educational Programs | Health and Wellness

Speakers

Lindsey Evenson

Project Architect

Perkins+Will

Ken Potts

Project Manager

Mayo Clinic

E37 - Selecting Healthy Materials for Mayo Clinic

Perkins+Will Minneapolis and Mayo Clinic have been developing continual improvement strategies for healthy materials use at Mayo Clinic healthcare facilities. This presentation will review 5-10 chemicals of concern that are commonly found in building products, why they should be avoided, and why healthy materials selection is especially important in healthcare settings. Presenters will share methods for analyzing healthy materials and resources that are readily available online and will walk attendees through the Mayo Clinic Environmental Services Training Facility project, which contains three mock patient rooms and one mock exam room. They will share test results, lessons learned, and potential impacts on Mayo Clinic materials standards going forward.

E38 - Picture This! How to Use Data Visualization to Simplify Decision-making

Teri Oelrich, Partner, NBBJ

Kimberly Turner, Manager, Facilities Planning, University of California, Davis, Davis Health

Andrea Rufe, Healthcare Analytics, Director, NBBJ

Melissa Alexander, Architect, Urban Designer, Digital Practice Leader, NBBJ

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Technology and Innovation|Room: 225-227

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

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Technology and Innovation

Speakers

Teri Oelrich

Partner

NBBJ

Kimberly Turner

Manager, Facilities Planning

University of California, Davis, Davis Health

Andrea Rufe

Healthcare Analytics, Director

NBBJ

Melissa Alexander

Architect, Urban Designer, Digital Practice Leader

NBBJ

E38 - Picture This! How to Use Data Visualization to Simplify Decision-making

Building consensus around data can be a challenge. Properly visualized data provides opportunities for better understanding and decision-making. This session will consider a case study from UC Davis, which provided new ways to simplify decision-making through data visualization. The result: Key decisions were made to consolidate all ambulatory clinical functions into one building, to increase utilization by 25 percent (max 65 percent) and to move all non-clinical support to less expensive space. Presenters will demonstrate how visualized data gave UC Davis the confidence to move the project forward ahead of schedule, and to realize potential savings in escalation.

E39 - Research-Based Design for a Neuroscience Institute: Designing for the Brain, Body and Care

Eve Edelstein, F-AAA Director, Human Experience Lab, Perkins + Will

Emily Bateman, Projector Manager, Associate, PERKINS+WILL

John Quinlan, Professor of Neurology, Medical Director, Neuromuscular Center, University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute

Jason Bruns, Director of Clinical Operations, University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute

Type: Educational Programs|Track: AIA-AAH Forums|Room: R03

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

Room: R03

Educational Programs | AIA-AAH Forums

Speakers

Eve Edelstein

F-AAA Director, Human Experience Lab

Perkins + Will

Emily Bateman

Projector Manager, Associate

PERKINS+WILL

John Quinlan

Professor of Neurology, Medical Director

Neuromuscular Center, University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute

Jason Bruns

Director of Clinical Operations

University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute

E39 - Research-Based Design for a Neuroscience Institute: Designing for the Brain, Body and Care

The clinicians, patients and researchers at the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute, informed neuroarchitectural design principles based on insights from experts at their 15 centers of excellence in outpatient and diagnostic care for neurology and neurosurgery patients.  Pre and post occupancy observations of clinicians and patients will be presented by design team, the client, and Prof. Quilan, MD, who is both a provider and patient. Their Patient Advisory Council represented increasingly prevalent neural conditions including stroke, neurotrauma, Parkinson’s, MS, memory and mood disorders. Evidence-based design solutions consider ambulatory, sensory and cognitive conditions, as well as clinicians delivering advanced medical care and research. Clinical observations, surveys and interviews are included in preliminary results to measure the success of their vision, and the experience of patients and clinicians.

E40 - Reimagining the ICRA/PCRA Process

Michael Pomarico, President, Health Risk Technologies

Jared Shapiro, System Senior Director Environmental Health and Safety, Montefiore Health System

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Facility, Project & Asset Management|Room: R02

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

Room: R02

Educational Programs | Facility, Project & Asset Management

Speakers

Michael Pomarico

President

Health Risk Technologies

Jared Shapiro

System Senior Director Environmental Health and Safety

Montefiore Health System

E40 - Reimagining the ICRA/PCRA Process

The objective of the pre-construction risk assessment (PCRA) is to mitigate hazards and risks accompanying construction activities in a complex environment. These hazards include occurrences of HAIs, risk of fire, and other dangers associated with construction activities. PCRA is an overarching program that includes the infection control risk assessment (ICRA); life safety and interim life safety measures; and a risk assessment program for utility impacts such as noise, vibration, and indoor air quality. This presentation will offer a new look at the PCRA/ICRA utilizing an electronic system put into practice in a large health system in New York. Presenters will discuss where the project started and where it is now in terms of risk mitigation.

I07 - The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center: Lessons Learned from Adaptive Reuse Story

Steven Friedman, Director, Facilities Engineering, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

John Bilotta, Principal, Syska Hennessy Group

Thomas Ford, Associate Partner, Syska Hennessy Group

Maha Sabra, Associate Principal - Senior Project Manager, Perkins and Will

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: R01

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

Room: R01

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Steven Friedman

Director, Facilities Engineering

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

John Bilotta

Principal

Syska Hennessy Group

Thomas Ford

Associate Partner

Syska Hennessy Group

Maha Sabra

Associate Principal - Senior Project Manager

Perkins and Will

I07 - The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center: Lessons Learned from Adaptive Reuse Story

Transforming a long-vacant 1980s office building into a world-class, state-of-the-art cancer ambulatory surgical and treatment care facility was a challenge. Syska Hennessy Group was retained to provide mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and energy modeling services. The design team performed a single-phased, gut renovation and expansion to bring this 285,000-square-foot LEED ID+C Gold facility to life on time and on budget. This roundtable will focus on lessons learned from the project. Topics discussed will include the benefits of biophilic design, future-proofing a facility through technology infrastructure, relocating a full-service oncology treatment facility off-campus, and developing cost-effective energy-efficient building systems.

I08 - The RFP Revisited: Engaging a Community of Partners to Deliver Aligned Results

Marta Reppe, Detailed by Design

Catherine Greene, AIMS Manager, Atrium Health

Wendy Ferlisi, Principal, Director of Interior Design, Wright McGraw Beyer Architects

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: 217

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

Room: 217

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Marta Reppe

Detailed by Design

Catherine Greene

AIMS Manager

Atrium Health

Wendy Ferlisi

Principal, Director of Interior Design

Wright McGraw Beyer Architects

I08 - The RFP Revisited: Engaging a Community of Partners to Deliver Aligned Results

When publishing its 2017 flooring request for proposal (RFP), this hospital system took an inquisitive and fresh approach to the traditional RFP process. By engaging internal stakeholders and designers with varying interests and expectations, this community approach sought to provide the best flooring solutions to deliver optimum results. With a goal of contracting a single manufacturer (or a team of manufacturers), the flooring industry was asked to validate a consolidated flooring package that provided solutions to flooring challenges, value/cost savings, and an inventory/stocking program, and speaks to the health system brand. Did this approach deliver results? These findings and lessons learned will be examined in this roundtable panel discussion.

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

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

K03 -The Center for Health Design Awards and Changemaker Keynote

Type: Keynote|Room: Great Hall

11/04/2019 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Room: Great Hall

Keynote

K03 -The Center for Health Design Awards and Changemaker Keynote

This year’s Changemaker Award Presentation honors a champion for professional education focused on the study of the intersection between health and the built environment that is based on best practices and evidence-based design. Awarded to David Allison, FAIA, FACHA, Alumni Distinguished Professor & Director of Graduate Studies in Architecture+Health, Clemson University. Join us for a presentation that will chronicle his unique journey, share stories of successes and challenges along the way, and offer insights into the future intersection of healthcare and design.

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

E41 - The Impact of Using an Induction Room or Operating Room on Child and Parent Anxiety

Anjali Joseph, Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture, Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Deborah Wingler, Graduate Research Assistant, Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Lynn Martin, Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington School of Medicine

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research|Room: R08-R09

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

Room: R08-R09

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speakers

Anjali Joseph

Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture

Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Deborah Wingler

Graduate Research Assistant

Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Lynn Martin

Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington School of Medicine

E41 - The Impact of Using an Induction Room or Operating Room on Child and Parent Anxiety

With more pediatric surgical procedures being conducted each year within the outpatient care environment, it is imperative that the design of these facilities supports the physiological and psychological needs of both the children who experience those procedures and their caregivers. Utilizing non-invasive devices and a web-based photo questionnaire developed using the theory of supportive design, a study was conducted examining the impact of using an induction room versus the OR on child and parent anxiety. This session provides an in-depth evaluation of the design features found to intensify or mitigate child and parent anxiety and their associated design implications.

E42 - Weathering the Future in Resilient Healthcare Settings

Robin Guenther, Principal, Perkins+Will/ Health Care Without Harm

Jon Utech, Senior Director, Office for a Healthy Environment, Cleveland Clinic

Jenna Agins, Energy & Sustainability Manager, NYU Langone Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: R04-R05

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

Room: R04-R05

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speakers

Robin Guenther

Principal

Perkins+Will/ Health Care Without Harm

Jon Utech

Senior Director, Office for a Healthy Environment

Cleveland Clinic

Jenna Agins

Energy & Sustainability Manager

NYU Langone Health

E42 - Weathering the Future in Resilient Healthcare Settings

Healthcare facilities have a central role in a community’s resilience and ability to respond to and resume services after major natural disasters. Today’s more intense and complex hazards are challenging traditional assumptions for building capabilities, needs, and redundancies. Should recent high-profile fire and flooding events usher in a new age of proactive building design and construction thresholds for climate-resilient health facilities? This session will answer that question while providing an overview of the tools and resources to assist health systems in assessing risk to new and existing facilities. These health system panelists will also share how they are “weathering the present” and proactively assessing future risk.

E43 - Bringing Joy, Dignity, Opportunity and Comfort to Healthcare Design in Humanitarian Settings

Karla Koons, Associate, Senior Project Interior Designer and Medical Planner, RSP Architects

Heather Howard, Senior Global Health Advisor, Alight

Alex Berger, Designer, RSP Architects

Jon Buggy, Principal Architect, RSP Architects

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: R06-R07

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

Room: R06-R07

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Karla Koons

Associate, Senior Project Interior Designer and Medical Planner

RSP Architects

Heather Howard

Senior Global Health Advisor

Alight

Alex Berger

Designer

RSP Architects

Jon Buggy

Principal Architect

RSP Architects

E43 - Bringing Joy, Dignity, Opportunity and Comfort to Healthcare Design in Humanitarian Settings

The integrated planning processes and design approach utilized when designing the new Maternity Hospital at the Mahama Refugee Camp in Rwanda, as well as the prototypical Asili Clinics in the Democratic Republic of Congo, helped this design team, client team, medical team, and patient representatives to co-create new and effective design solutions. These designs maximize medical efficiency while remaining meaningful to the community. The spaces are designed to bring a sense of dignity, safety, comfort, support, and joy to both the patients and the medical team. In turn, both patients and staff are reporting improved satisfaction and patient outcomes.

E44 - Trauma-informed Design: Learnings After Two Years in the New Orleans Veterans Medical Center

Edwin Beltran, NBBJ

Susan Bower, Principal, NBBJ

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

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

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

Susan Bower

Principal

NBBJ

E44 - Trauma-informed Design: Learnings After Two Years in the New Orleans Veterans Medical Center

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc on a city and destroyed the VA Medical Center in New Orleans. In 2016, just over 10 years later, the new replacement hospital opened to the delight of those it serves. Learn how successful design strategies to address Veteran patients’ challenges with hyper-vigilance, triggering stimuli, and complex care have been accomplished in a recent post-occupancy evaluation. This presentation shares insights and feedback from clinical staff, POE metrics, and observations illustrating what has achieved these goals, strategies that have stood the test of time, and lessons to take forward in delivering a stellar patient care environment.

E45 - Behavioral Health Crisis Stabilization Unit: A Solution to an Overcrowded ED

Luke Leyden, University of Iowa Healthcare

Hannah Roush, CBRE | Heery

Scott Hansche, CBRE Heery

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

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

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Luke Leyden

University of Iowa Healthcare

Hannah Roush

CBRE | Heery

Scott Hansche

CBRE Heery

E45 - Behavioral Health Crisis Stabilization Unit: A Solution to an Overcrowded ED

Emergency departments are losing efficiency with the growing number of mental health patients being seen and cared for. One solution is to provide the appropriate environment to address specific needs of mental health patients. This session will examine the Behavioral Health Crisis Stabilization Unit as a case study, including direct outcomes achieved by the project. Since opening, the unit has had a positive effect on the ED, lessening mental health patients in the ED and decreasing the psychiatric inpatient admission rates for patients. Planning, design, and specific details of the unit will be discussed in depth to give attendees working knowledge of how to approach and execute a similar unit.

E46 - When Children’s Hospitals Grow Up: The Evolution of Pediatric Planning and Design

Donald McKahan, Principal, McKahan Planning Group

Jennifer Aliber, Principal, Shepley Bulfinch

Francis (Frank) Pitts, Architecture Plus

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Pediatric Settings|Room: 218-219

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

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | Pediatric Settings

Speakers

Donald McKahan

Principal

McKahan Planning Group

Jennifer Aliber

Principal

Shepley Bulfinch

Francis (Frank) Pitts

Architecture Plus

E46 - When Children’s Hospitals Grow Up: The Evolution of Pediatric Planning and Design

The 1990s saw the emergence of innovative children’s hospitals, featuring imaginative designs that differentiated these facilities from their adult counterparts. Over the last 30 years, much has changed in pediatric design. This latest edition of the Hospital ICONs program will focus on children’s hospitals, then and now. Architectural case studies will present the next generation of children’s healthcare facilities, including new acute care, diagnostic and treatment, and outpatient facilities. As always, this ICONs program will share important lessons-learned from these ground-breaking children’s hospitals, including project data, interviews and videos with project leaders, architectural photography, and post-occupancy feedback on the projects.

E47 - Applying Design Research to Healthcare Transformation: What We Know, Think We Know, Need to Know and How to Use It

Craig Zimring, Professor, SimTigrate Design Lab, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology

Jodie Lesh, SVP Strategic Planning, Kasier Permanente

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Transformation and Innovation|Room: 229-230

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

Room: 229-230

Educational Programs | Transformation and Innovation

Speakers

Craig Zimring

Professor

SimTigrate Design Lab, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology

Jodie Lesh

SVP Strategic Planning

Kasier Permanente

E47 - Applying Design Research to Healthcare Transformation: What We Know, Think We Know, Need to Know and How to Use It

This presentation explores how design research and innovative design can support close and continued collaboration between decision-makers in the built environment, technology, and care delivery that leads to measurable improvements in patient outcomes. Presenters will share recent projects in primary care and brain health to explore how designers and design researchers use research and shared goals to transform the way care is delivered. Recent collaborations help address continuing cost and revenue pressures, respond to chronic disease and wellness, create empowered relationships with patients, understand the roles of new competitors, and embrace mobile technology and data analytics. These have important implications for design, design process, and research.

E48 - Proton Therapy: Single-room Facility DesignProton Therapy: Single-room Facility Design

Richard L. Kobus, Founding Principal, Tsoi Kobus Design

Jonathan Cohen, Principal, Tsoi Kobus Design

David Eccelston, Technical Architect, Tsoi Kobus Design

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Technology and Innovation|Room: 225-227

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

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Technology and Innovation

Speakers

Richard L. Kobus

Founding Principal

Tsoi Kobus Design

Jonathan Cohen

Principal

Tsoi Kobus Design

David Eccelston

Technical Architect

Tsoi Kobus Design

E48 - Proton Therapy: Single-room Facility DesignProton Therapy: Single-room Facility Design

As single-room proton therapy solutions are becoming more accessible, the cancer care landscape is transforming and giving providers unprecedented access to this treatment modality. Technology is rapidly evolving to meet growing demands for more accurate, efficient, and lower-cost treatments. As a leader in proton therapy design, Tsoi Kobus Design (TKD) has worked with many hospitals to incorporate this important tool into their cancer-fighting arsenals. TKD will address the impact of proton therapy on existing cancer services, opportunities and challenges facing organizations contemplating developing single-room facilities, and the clinical/technical drivers for the future of proton development.

E49 - Not Just a Hospital: Healthcare Design in Rural Communities

Jeff Monzu, Architect, LEO A DALY

Michael Harvey, President and CEO, Syracuse Area Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: New Models and Methodologies|Room: R03

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

Room: R03

Educational Programs | New Models and Methodologies

Speakers

Jeff Monzu

Architect

LEO A DALY

Michael Harvey

President and CEO

Syracuse Area Health

E49 - Not Just a Hospital: Healthcare Design in Rural Communities

Rural healthcare facilities may undergo major renovations or replacements once every other generation. When that time comes, the challenge is knowing how to fund, plan, and design a modern facility with the programming and equipment to provide high-quality care in a rural context—and with enough flexibility to grow and adapt during the coming years. This session will describe the multiple roles rural hospitals fulfill, using design project examples and testimonial from a hospital president and CEO. It will explore ways to create a new facility that will achieve greater patient wellness, staff utilization and retention, and enhanced operational efficiency, for decades to come.

E50 - How to Crack the Life Cycle Versus First Cost Conundrum

Alan Whitson, President, Corporate Realty, Design & Management Institute

David Park, Senior Vice President Real Estate & Construction, Novant Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Facility, Project & Asset Management|Room: R02

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

Room: R02

Educational Programs | Facility, Project & Asset Management

Speakers

Alan Whitson

President

Corporate Realty, Design & Management Institute

David Park

Senior Vice President Real Estate & Construction

Novant Health

E50 - How to Crack the Life Cycle Versus First Cost Conundrum

The clash between life cycle and first cost never ends. Design, construction, operations, and finance have differing viewpoints. Does it have to be one or the other? Can you have both? This session addresses the issues, conflicts, solutions, and ways to navigate through the minefield of opposing interests.

I09 - New Research and New Results: Go Behind the Scenes

Deborah Wingler, Graduate Research Assistant, Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Ellen Taylor, Vice President for Research, The Center for Health Design

Kathryn Peditto, Post Doctoral Fellow, Cornell University | Dept. of Design & Env. Analysis

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: 210

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

Room: 210

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Deborah Wingler

Graduate Research Assistant

Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Ellen Taylor

Vice President for Research

The Center for Health Design

Kathryn Peditto

Post Doctoral Fellow

Cornell University | Dept. of Design & Env. Analysis

I09 - New Research and New Results: Go Behind the Scenes

Be the person who can tell others about the research before it’s published! Through the New Investigator Award, The Center for Health Design is giving you an opportunity to get the scoop on new healthcare design research from one of the next-generation investigators in our field. You’ll gain a deeper insight on how the built environment can improve health-related quality of life for adolescents and young adults with cancer. A brief overview of the study will set the stage for the interactive discussion, which will use a combination interview and participant Q&A to dig deep into the research results.

I10 - Physician Engagement and Perspectives in the Lean Facility Design Process

Juliet Rogers, President/CEO, Blue Cottage Consulting

Cemal Sozener, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan Department of Emergency Medicine

Ben Bassin, see above, University of Michigan Health System

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: R01

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

Room: R01

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Juliet Rogers

President/CEO

Blue Cottage Consulting

Cemal Sozener

Assistant Professor

University of Michigan Department of Emergency Medicine

Ben Bassin

see above

University of Michigan Health System

I10 - Physician Engagement and Perspectives in the Lean Facility Design Process

Clinician involvement is essential to the success of any healthcare design project centered around patient care delivery. Many challenges exist in obtaining optimal physician engagement including time constraints, differing priorities, competing interests, insufficient knowledge of the design and development process, and self-value of their contribution. These roundtable moderators will review practicing physicians’ perspectives on challenges to optimal engagement in the Lean design process and how the design project ultimately met patient care goals. Viewpoints from the CEO and founder of a major healthcare consulting group and industry thought leader will also be shared for discussion around additional lessons learned, contrast, and perspective.

I11 - Navigating the Forgotten Spaces within a Healthcare Facility

Jeff Hankin, Senior Principal, Engineering, Stantec

Douglas King, Senior Associate, Stantec Architecture Inc.

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: 217

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

Room: 217

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Jeff Hankin

Senior Principal, Engineering

Stantec

Douglas King

Senior Associate

Stantec Architecture Inc.

I11 - Navigating the Forgotten Spaces within a Healthcare Facility

Forgotten spaces within healthcare facilities cost projects millions of dollars, extend project schedules, and reduce facility efficiencies. Join these moderators for a discussion on how to recognize the potential impacts that types and quantities of core/shell, MEP, and IT rooms have on spatial requirements for space program and stacking requirements. This will be a lively discussion on why it is vitally important to treat the MEP/IT space requirements as importantly as we do surgery or imaging in terms of the space program and development of a functional program as the basis of design and development.

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 - 3:15 PM

K04 - Breaking Through: What’s Coming Next?

Type: Keynote|Room: Great Hall

11/04/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Room: Great Hall

Keynote

K04 - Breaking Through: What’s Coming Next?

Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, editor-in-chief of Healthcare Design magazine, will moderate a conversation with owners representing some of the most innovative healthcare organizations in the country to discuss what they see as the most pressing challenges that exist today, what types of design solutions will be required to solve them, and opportunities they see for deeper innovation going forward. This session will serve as a kick-off to HCD’s 2020 Breaking Through conceptual design competition, offering attendees inspiration on what ideas to explore in their submissions. Also, the audience will hear from the 2018 Breaking Through winners on how their concept has developed in the past year.

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

E51 - Sensory Environments for Behavioral Health: Diffusion of Environmental Innovation within the Veterans Health System

Sheila Bosch, Dr., University of Florida

Nam-Kyu Park, Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator, University of Florida

Lesa Lorusso, Healthcare Director of Research & Innovation, Gresham Smith

Ron Shorr, Director Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center, Research Professor, Veterans Health System and University of Florida

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research|Room: R08-R09

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

Room: R08-R09

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speakers

Sheila Bosch

Dr.

University of Florida

Nam-Kyu Park

Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator

University of Florida

Lesa Lorusso

Healthcare Director of Research & Innovation

Gresham Smith

Ron Shorr

Director Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center, Research Professor

Veterans Health System and University of Florida

E51 - Sensory Environments for Behavioral Health: Diffusion of Environmental Innovation within the Veterans Health System

Diffusing environmental innovations within complex healthcare organizations like the Veterans Health System requires strong collaboration between designers, researchers, and medical staff. As part of an innovation initiative, the Veterans Health System has provided behavioral health therapy in the form of multisensory environments nationwide since 2010. The purpose of this study was to gather critical data from medical staff to improve future designs of multisensory environments at the VA. Come learn about the themes that emerged, how the design innovation was diffused throughout the system, and how the findings are being used to improve future designs and implementation strategies of multisensory environments.

E52 - Test Your Code Knowledge: Designing an Effective Healthcare Facility

William Koffel, President, Koffel Associates, Inc.

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: R04-R05

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

Room: R04-R05

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speaker

William Koffel

President

Koffel Associates, Inc.

E52 - Test Your Code Knowledge: Designing an Effective Healthcare Facility

Test your code knowledge in this highly interactive session using live polling devices. Questions will be asked regarding the facility needs and code requirements related to designing a healthcare facility. Based upon the polling results, topics will be discussed briefly or in detail. The session will also focus on the top 10 findings as determined by the Joint Commission and CMS and how design can help facilities achieve compliance. Consideration will also be given to functional needs of healthcare facilities and improving HCAHPS scores.

E53 - Design and Activation: The Interventional Platform at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

Lynn Aguilera, Director, Yellow Brick Consulting

Robert Wenz, Administrative Director-Interventional Services, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford Children's Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: R06-R07

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

Room: R06-R07

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Lynn Aguilera

Director

Yellow Brick Consulting

Robert Wenz

Administrative Director-Interventional Services

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford Children's Health

E53 - Design and Activation: The Interventional Platform at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

In July 2018, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford opened its new treatment center that included interventional radiology rooms, hybrid ORs, and cath lab suites. Designed in 2007, the collaborative teams proactively planned for evolving technology, but gaps remained during the transition and activation phases. This case study will focus on lessons learned about the control room set-up, supply chain technology, OR integration systems, hybrid rooms, equipment needs, room set-up, staff workflow, and issues management. The team will also discuss critical design elements and best practices for architects and construction teams to consider when designing interventional spaces as well as pitfalls to avoid.

E54 - 7 on 7: Vertical Expansion of a Critical Care Tower

David Connick, Architect/Construction Project Manager, Ochsner Health System

Patrick Horigan, Principal, Rozas Ward Architects

Brian Vega, Senior Project Manager, Broadmoor, LLC

Keith Guidry, President, Program Services Group

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

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

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

David Connick

Architect/Construction Project Manager

Ochsner Health System

Patrick Horigan

Principal

Rozas Ward Architects

Brian Vega

Senior Project Manager

Broadmoor, LLC

Keith Guidry

President

Program Services Group

E54 - 7 on 7: Vertical Expansion of a Critical Care Tower

There are unique challenges and opportunities in the planning, design, and construction of a new seven-story, 186,000-square-foot vertical expansion on top of an existing seven-story critical services inpatient tower. This presentation will explore the West Tower Expansion at Ochsner Medical Center New Orleans and the lessons learned from the perspectives of the project’s owner, architect, and contractor. The multidisciplinary team of presenters offers insight on the operational, design, and construction issues they faced during the design and construction process and how the team worked to guide this project from conception to operation over a five-year period.

E55 - Adapting Existing Healthcare Spaces to Suit Behavioral Health Requirements

Basil Sherman, Principal, Pulse Design Group

Ryan Speier, President, KVC Hospitals

Robert Eklofe, Vice President of Behavioral Health Operations, KVC Hospitals

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

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

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Basil Sherman

Principal

Pulse Design Group

Ryan Speier

President

KVC Hospitals

Robert Eklofe

Vice President of Behavioral Health Operations

KVC Hospitals

E55 - Adapting Existing Healthcare Spaces to Suit Behavioral Health Requirements

Behavioral health facility design is complex and highly technical. This is especially true regarding the conversion of an existing healthcare space into an operational and compliant behavioral health facility. It is critical to understand the terminology and methodology behind the design of a behavioral health facility to determine how it should function. Using the KVC Meadow Point Youth Behavioral Health facility as a case study, this presentation will focus on the adaptation of an existing space into a behavioral health-compliant facility and the unique approach utilized to ensure organizational success. Presenters will explore how the design process resulted in an environment that maintains the maximum safety and security that these spaces require.

E56 - The Hub of All Things Fun: Connecting Innovative Design with Play for Hospitalized Children

Claudine Levan, Interior Designer, Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children

Jennifer Sciolla, Director of Child Life, Creative Arts Therapy and School Programs, Nemours / Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children

Leslie Kipps, Principal, EwingCole

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Pediatric Settings|Room: 218-219

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

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | Pediatric Settings

Speakers

Claudine Levan

Interior Designer

Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children

Jennifer Sciolla

Director of Child Life, Creative Arts Therapy and School Programs

Nemours / Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children

Leslie Kipps

Principal

EwingCole

E56 - The Hub of All Things Fun: Connecting Innovative Design with Play for Hospitalized Children

Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Del., set out to relocate and expand its Child Life Activity Center, identifying a need to offer all patients and families ways to engage in a variety of play and recreation activities in a safe, welcoming environment. Through interactive design exercises, an 8,600-square-foot department emerged to transport children, families, child life associates, and therapists into another world within the hospital. This presentation will share their design process and highlight key attributes of the “Hub of All Things Fun.” This includes space for arts and crafts, art therapy, CCTV studio, dramatic play, infant/toddler, kitchen, music therapy, reading, sensory play, and teen activity.

E57 - Hospital-Wide Scenario-based Simulation: Prepare for the Activation of a New Healthcare Facility

Erin Clark, Senior Project Manager, Operations and Transition Planning, HTS, Inc

Maria Black, Nurse Administrator, Utah Valley Hospital, Intermountain Healthcare

Josh Rohatinsky, Utah Valley Hospital, Intermountain Healthcare

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Transformation and Innovation|Room: 229-230

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

Room: 229-230

Educational Programs | Transformation and Innovation

Speakers

Erin Clark

Senior Project Manager, Operations and Transition Planning

HTS, Inc

Maria Black

Nurse Administrator

Utah Valley Hospital, Intermountain Healthcare

Josh Rohatinsky

Utah Valley Hospital, Intermountain Healthcare

E57 - Hospital-Wide Scenario-based Simulation: Prepare for the Activation of a New Healthcare Facility

When Utah Valley Hospital opened its 12-story, 262-bed hospital expansion, 17 clinical departments moved into new spaces with new technology and processes never used in their existing environment. Utah Valley Hospital partnered with HTS Inc. to plan and execute three hospital-wide “day in the life” simulation events, with more than 350 staff members involved in each. The planning took 9-12 months and included coordination between all clinical departments, ancillary and support, construction, education, facilities, IT, and leadership. This presentation will review the planning process, resource and staffing tactics, budget, logistics, and coordination involved in executing this simulation event. The presenters will discuss the challenges and lessons learned throughout their process.

E58 - Incorporating Technology that Improves Patient Safety and Save Lives

Carlos Amato, Principal, CannonDesign

Ted Hood, Senior Project Manager, TLC Engineering

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Technology and Innovation|Room: 225-227

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

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Technology and Innovation

Speakers

Carlos Amato

Principal

CannonDesign

Ted Hood

Senior Project Manager

TLC Engineering

E58 - Incorporating Technology that Improves Patient Safety and Save Lives

Design teams are missing opportunities to incorporate technologies and building systems solutions that improve patient care and save lives. Predictive fall prevention systems, building systems integrations, infection control dashboards, predictive analytics, remote monitoring, mobile healthcare units, and virtual care are often viewed outside of the design process and considered an owner-furnished IT/biomed issue. Exposing our healthcare clients to current design trends and options helps them think beyond how they are currently delivering care by providing informed decisions and comprehensive designs. This session will evaluate design integration of varied technologies being utilized in many facilities that design teams can implement to dramatically improve patient outcomes.

E59 - Don't Move Me from the ICU! Environments That Work

Randy Geise, Healthcare Facility Planner, Cleveland Clinic

Judith McGlinchy, Senior Associate; Project Manager, Bostwick Design Partnership

Mala Yin Augoustidis, Associate, Bostwick Design Partnership

Type: Educational Programs|Track: New Models and Methodologies|Room: R03

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

Room: R03

Educational Programs | New Models and Methodologies

Speakers

Randy Geise

Healthcare Facility Planner

Cleveland Clinic

Judith McGlinchy

Senior Associate; Project Manager

Bostwick Design Partnership

Mala Yin Augoustidis

Associate

Bostwick Design Partnership

E59 - Don't Move Me from the ICU! Environments That Work

When have you heard patients beg not to be moved from ICU to stepdown? This case study from the Cleveland Clinic main campus will demonstrate how carefully implemented project priorities resulted in an ICU that is effective in improving patient and staff satisfaction. The presenters will focus on the use of integrated booms, sound masking and noise reducing systems, and circadian rhythm lighting and daylighting to improve the patient experience. Results are demonstrated with a post-occupancy evaluation and comparison between the existing ICU units. The Center for Health Design ICU checklists provided a framework for the team to prioritize and implement project goals.

E60 - Transforming Healthcare Design: Evolution has Become Revolution

Michael Wood, National Director/Construction, Medxcel

Ray Pentecost, Ronald L. Skaggs and Joseph G. Sprague Chair of Health Facilities Design, Director, Center for Health Systems & Design, Professor of Practice, Department of Architecture, Center for Health Systems & Design

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Facility, Project & Asset Management|Room: R02

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

Room: R02

Educational Programs | Facility, Project & Asset Management

Speakers

Michael Wood

National Director/Construction

Medxcel

Ray Pentecost

Ronald L. Skaggs and Joseph G. Sprague Chair of Health Facilities Design, Director, Center for Health Systems & Design, Professor of Practice

Department of Architecture, Center for Health Systems & Design

E60 - Transforming Healthcare Design: Evolution has Become Revolution

Technology, health intelligence, national policies, and population health are creating a new expectation for the delivery of care. This isn’t evolution; it’s a transformational revolution. In this presentation, speakers will share, through a research and application lens via a conversational approach, what is happening behind the scenes in key areas such as tactics, technology, business deployment, utilization of capital assets, and how an organization can integrate into this next generational shift.

I12 - Healthy Nurse, Healthy HCAHPS: Five Design Strategies to Combat Staff Burnout

Tina Larsen, Managing Principal, Healthcare Sector Lead, Corgan

Nora Frasier, Vice President of Nursing/Chief Nursing Officer and Operations, Methodist Mansfield Medical Center

David Euscher, Vice President, Corporate Interiors Lead, Corgan

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: R01

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

Room: R01

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Tina Larsen

Managing Principal, Healthcare Sector Lead

Corgan

Nora Frasier

Vice President of Nursing/Chief Nursing Officer and Operations

Methodist Mansfield Medical Center

David Euscher

Vice President, Corporate Interiors Lead

Corgan

I12 - Healthy Nurse, Healthy HCAHPS: Five Design Strategies to Combat Staff Burnout

Staff burnout is an epidemic negatively impacting the health and well-being of our caregivers. Research shows staff satisfaction and engagement is one of the largest drivers of quality care delivery, patient experience, and more cost-effective business operations. Largely unsupportive healthcare work environments intensify the psychological and physical pressures of the job, exacerbating staff dissatisfaction and burnout, resulting in turnover and, ultimately, impacting patient satisfaction and HCAHPS scores, patient outcomes, and the bottom line. In this roundtable, learn five design strategies and amenities healthcare organizations can implement to improve staff satisfaction and reduce burn-out and discuss the merits of each, their design features, and implementation strategies.

I13 - Healthcare Finance for Designers: Tracing the Project Value Stream

Michelle Mader, Catalyst

Bill Hercules, CEO, WJH Health

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: 217

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

Room: 217

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Bill Hercules

CEO

WJH Health

I13 - Healthcare Finance for Designers: Tracing the Project Value Stream

Design firms have experienced increasing pressure to innovate within the value streams of their healthcare clients. However, most design leaders have a limited understanding of how their designed work product is evaluated financially. This roundtable is designed to provide a basic understanding of key healthcare financial and strategic business drivers, terms, and calculation, as well as the direct application to their design practices. Discuss the answers to top questions related to forecasting, long range planning, and staffing ratios and why they are important to project financial viability. The moderators believe that designers should know their clients’ businesses in order to help them evaluate their innovative design interventions.

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

3:30 PM - 5:45 PM

D03 - TAMU First Look Colloquium

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

Type: Deep Dive|Track: Deep Dive|Room: 210

11/04/2019 3:30 PM - 5:45 PM

Room: 210

Deep Dive

Speaker

D. Kirk Hamilton

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

College of Architecture, Texas A&M University

D03 - TAMU First Look Colloquium

The Texas A & M University First Look Colloquium is an annual Healthcare Design event in which presenters offer fresh insights on the ways research is shaping our understanding of the potential impact of design on health. 

Micro-hospitals: Profitable Panacea or Half-baked Flash in the Pan?

Andy Wilson, MD

This discussion will cover the evolution of the micro-hospital model, the ways the model can work, the ways it can and has failed, and the healthcare ecosystem of the future within which it can thrive.  We will also discuss design features which enhance efficiency, open the door to adjacencies, and reduce operational costs.

Intuition and Creativity in Evidence-Based Design

D. Kirk Hamilton, PhD, FAIA, FACHA, FCCM, EDAC

As a vocal advocate of evidence-based design for a quarter century, Hamilton is often wrongly perceived as dismissing intuitive design contributions. He will explain the important concept of a balance between evidence and intuition, collaborating comfortably, and their influence on best practice.

4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

E61 - Using Nature-inspired Virtual Reality to Improve Cancer Care

Diana Scates, Creative Strategist and Researcher, R. Well LLC

Joan Dickinson, Professor of Interior Design and Coordinator of the MFA in Design Thinking at Radford University, Radford University

Holly Cline, Department Chair for the Department Design and the online MFA in Design Thinking., Radford University

Kathleen Sullivan, Associate Professor of the MFA in Design Thinking at Radford University, Radford University

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research|Room: R08-R09

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

Room: R08-R09

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speakers

Diana Scates

Creative Strategist and Researcher

R. Well LLC

Joan Dickinson

Professor of Interior Design and Coordinator of the MFA in Design Thinking at Radford University

Radford University

Holly Cline

Department Chair for the Department Design and the online MFA in Design Thinking.

Radford University

Kathleen Sullivan

Associate Professor of the MFA in Design Thinking at Radford University

Radford University

E61 - Using Nature-inspired Virtual Reality to Improve Cancer Care

While many cancer centers suggest treating pain and anxiety with medication, few include the usage of virtual reality (VR). This study sought to determine if nature-inspired VR reduced stress and pain among patients in a cancer treatment center. Using a repeated measures design, 50 patients attending their chemotherapy infusion were measured for pain and stress. At the patient’s second infusion, they viewed a nature-inspired VR simulation and were measured again. The results showed significant increases in relaxation, peaceful feelings, and positive distractions. Patients also felt less frustrated, but measures for stress and pain were not significant. Future research will include additional stress and pain measures to determine the VR viability.

E62 - You Are Here: Navigating Our Internal GPS to Inform Wayfinding Research

Meredith Banasiak, Design Researcher, Boulder Associates Architects

Jenny Hastings, Principal, Boulder Associates Architects

Sarah Plane, Design Researcher, Boulder Associates Architects

Shannon Hackley, Owner, Shannon Leigh Design

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: R04-R05

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

Room: R04-R05

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speakers

Meredith Banasiak

Design Researcher

Boulder Associates Architects

Jenny Hastings

Principal

Boulder Associates Architects

Sarah Plane

Design Researcher

Boulder Associates Architects

Shannon Hackley

Owner

Shannon Leigh Design

E62 - You Are Here: Navigating Our Internal GPS to Inform Wayfinding Research

How do you create a “radically inclusive” wayfinding system? That was the charge from Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital that informed its new campus wayfinding design. The campus serves a diverse population that includes a wide range of user needs including mobility, sensory, cognitive, cultural, socio-economic, language, literacy, and acuity. In this presentation, attendees will discover how a unique approach to research, which revisited methods from the past and combined them with current and cutting-edge techniques, gathered the evidence necessary to point designers in the right direction. By putting the emphasis on pre-design research, they focused not only on how research is informing design but how it will serve as a benchmark for measurable results.

E63 - Twice as Large: POE of New Pediatric Critical Care Tower

Jill Pearsall, Assistant Vice President, Texas Children's Hospital

Maria Happe, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Senior Project Manager, Texas Children's Hospital

Karla Abela, Assistant Director of Clinical Practice, Pediatric Critical Care, Texas Children's Hospital

Steve Kopp, Associate Vice President, Senior Designer, Cannon Design

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: R06-R07

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

Room: R06-R07

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Jill Pearsall

Assistant Vice President

Texas Children's Hospital

Maria Happe

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Senior Project Manager

Texas Children's Hospital

Karla Abela

Assistant Director of Clinical Practice, Pediatric Critical Care

Texas Children's Hospital

Steve Kopp

Associate Vice President, Senior Designer

Cannon Design

E63 - Twice as Large: POE of New Pediatric Critical Care Tower

How is patient care affected when the size per bed of the patient unit doubles? This case study of Texas Children’s Hospital’s new Lester and Sue Smith Legacy Tower examines perceptions of safety and efficiency one year after opening the 19-story tower for critical care and heart services. This complex vertical expansion atop an existing building features 132 ICU and 42 acute care beds. New, all-private critical care rooms increased in size from an average of 215 to 390 square feet, reflecting the demands of modern technology and family-centered care. Results of a post-occupancy evaluation of the decentralized environment will be shared.

E64 - Transformative Program Management: An Owner’s Perspective

Joan Suchomel, Senior Vice President, CannonDesign

Samantha Green, Project Director, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

Daniel Perschbacher, Vice President, CannonDesign

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

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

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

Joan Suchomel

Senior Vice President

CannonDesign

Samantha Green

Project Director

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

Daniel Perschbacher

Vice President

CannonDesign

E64 - Transformative Program Management: An Owner’s Perspective

Every successful healthcare design project requires conscientious and intentional participation by the owner, the architect, and the constructor. Architects and constructors have special training, but what can owners do? Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is leveraging alternative program methods to manage a major project. The approach is heavily influenced by the organization’s “At Our Best” culture program. Guiding principles are more than a poster on the wall; they drive structured decision-making. Tools for change management and talent engagement are consciously applied. Questions like, “How would this alternative improve our outcome?” and “How do we fuel desire?” are continually asked and answered, enabling engagement of the best talent and the naysayers alike.

E65 - The Future of Mental Health Inpatients: Designing for Medical/Mental Comorbidity

Terri Zborowsky, Design Researcher, HGA

Kara Freihoefer, Director of Research, HGA Architects and Engineers

Shary Adams, Principal, Senior Healthcare Planner, HGA

Kayvan Nejad-Mandani, Senior Healthcare Architect, Department of Veterans Affairs

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

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

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Terri Zborowsky

Design Researcher

HGA

Kara Freihoefer

Director of Research

HGA Architects and Engineers

Shary Adams

Principal, Senior Healthcare Planner

HGA

Kayvan Nejad-Mandani

Senior Healthcare Architect

Department of Veterans Affairs

E65 - The Future of Mental Health Inpatients: Designing for Medical/Mental Comorbidity

“Comorbidity between medical and mental conditions is the rule rather than the exception.” (Druss & Walker, 2011)” Currently the healthcare design community is focusing on how to improve quality, dignity and efficiencies in acute psychiatric units. As numbers of patients with comorbid mental and medical conditions increase the need is shifting to create a new room type. This presentation will depict evidence-based design concepts for an inpatient room to support this unique dual diagnosed population. Concepts were derived from expert medical planners, clinicians, and researchers. They were then tested in a virtual environment and the results will be shared and discussed.

E66 - MUSC Children’s Ambulatory Campus: Changing What’s Possible for Pediatric Care

Lindsey Stang, Co-Chair, LS3P ASSOCIATES, LTD.

Rebecca Smith, VP/Principal, LS3P Associates

Julie Heckman, Director of Ambulatory Operations, Children's & Womens Health, Medical University of South Carolina

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Pediatric Settings|Room: 218-219

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

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | Pediatric Settings

Speakers

Lindsey Stang

Co-Chair

LS3P ASSOCIATES, LTD.

Rebecca Smith

VP/Principal

LS3P Associates

Julie Heckman

Director of Ambulatory Operations, Children's & Womens Health

Medical University of South Carolina

E66 - MUSC Children’s Ambulatory Campus: Changing What’s Possible for Pediatric Care

Medical University of South Carolina’s (MUSC) Children’s Ambulatory Campus accommodates young patients for both ongoing clinic appointments and lower-acuity interventions within an easily accessible, welcoming context. Designed for flexibility and future expansion, the campus houses most of the hospital’s pediatric ambulatory care functions in a neighborhood setting. The efficient design includes shared spaces, multifunctional clinics, and a flexible clinic pod arrangement. MUSC’s “patients and family first” approach strengthens its Children’s Health brand through multiple design elements from patient and family input to signage design to wayfinding. The facility will open in spring 2019, and participants will hear first reports post occupancy.

E67 - Engaging Community to Create a Compassionate Culture and Patient Experience

Greg Mare, Healthcare Practice Leader, AECOM

Christine Devens, Associate Principal, AECOM

Matthew Sanders, AECOM

Joanna Benning, Vice President Facilities and Construction, Mercyhealth, Mercyhealth

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Transformation and Innovation|Room: 229-230

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

Room: 229-230

Educational Programs | Transformation and Innovation

Speakers

Greg Mare

Healthcare Practice Leader

AECOM

Christine Devens

Associate Principal

AECOM

Joanna Benning

Vice President Facilities and Construction, Mercyhealth

Mercyhealth

E67 - Engaging Community to Create a Compassionate Culture and Patient Experience

An exceptional patient experience is considered a minimum requirement of any healthcare facility design solution today. With that in mind, and open in January 2019, MercyHealth’s Javon Bea Hospital and Physician Clinic-Riverside is a six-story, 194-bed regional tertiary referral hospital and four-story multispecialty clinic serving a diverse population with multiple services. To respond to the diverse patient population, the team developed an innovative evidence-based patient experience design process to test drive operational and design planning. This process included focus groups, virtual patients, and experience mapping that yielded a functional design process that reinforced patient experience objectives. Come hear about their journey and lessons learned post occupancy.

E68 - Creating Clinically Adaptable Designs: Evolving Technologies

Ted Hood, Senior Project Manager, TLC Engineering

James Easter, Principal, Easter Healthcare Consulting (Ehc)

Tom Testerman, Principal, HFR Design, Inc.

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Technology and Innovation|Room: 225-227

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

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Technology and Innovation

Speakers

Ted Hood

Senior Project Manager

TLC Engineering

James Easter

Principal

Easter Healthcare Consulting (Ehc)

Tom Testerman

Principal

HFR Design, Inc.

E68 - Creating Clinically Adaptable Designs: Evolving Technologies

Advancing healthcare technologies and integrated building systems are constantly changing clinical operations and the spaces we design. Frequently the impact of technology is missed during master planning, space planning, and design. Artificial intelligence, augmented reality, 3-D printing, remote monitoring, and virtual care are just a few technologies driving operational changes that improve patient safety and healthcare outcomes. Developing master plans, space programs, designs, and project budgets that are capable of addressing evolving technologies are key to the success of long-term facility planning. This session will challenge our traditional planning techniques to incorporate the unpredictable technical elements of advanced technologies.

E69 - Sports Rehab: A New Model Towards Wellness and a Patient Centered Experience

Tom Reisenbichler, Principal, Perkins+Will

Charles Shelburne, Vice President of Campus Planning, Baylor Scott & White Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: New Models and Methodologies|Room: R03

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

Room: R03

Educational Programs | New Models and Methodologies

Speakers

Tom Reisenbichler

Principal

Perkins+Will

Charles Shelburne

Vice President of Campus Planning

Baylor Scott & White Health

E69 - Sports Rehab: A New Model Towards Wellness and a Patient Centered Experience

Healthcare providers have long recognized the value of advertising with collegiate and professional sports franchises. However, one recent venture illustrates a new level of economic opportunity in sports rehab medicine. Bringing together these experts from Baylor Scott & White Health and Perkins+Will, this session will outline the healthcare industry’s move toward wellness through converging perspectives, leveraging the new sports therapy center at the Star in Dallas. The conversation will highlight the importance of a shift in focus on the patient experience in order to provide the audience with meaningful steps toward a supportive environment for their own clients.

E70 - Project Management Outsourcing: Finding Your Perfect Project Delivery Partner

Steve DiMambro, Project Manager, University of Pennsylvania Health System

Kevin Monaghan, Vice President, Project Management, Healthcare Building Solutions

David Stepelevich, Executive Vice President, Healthcare Building Solutions

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Facility, Project & Asset Management|Room: R02

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

Room: R02

Educational Programs | Facility, Project & Asset Management

Speakers

Steve DiMambro

Project Manager

University of Pennsylvania Health System

Kevin Monaghan

Vice President, Project Management

Healthcare Building Solutions

David Stepelevich

Executive Vice President

Healthcare Building Solutions

E70 - Project Management Outsourcing: Finding Your Perfect Project Delivery Partner

In an environment characterized by decreasing reimbursement and diminishing internal resources, many hospital systems are finding that managing multiple large-scale projects across the construction life cycle requires special skills and expertise that may not be available in-house. Additionally, large capital programs have a defined duration, and staffing up for a single project may not be economically feasible. As a result, many health systems are outsourcing project management services for both large projects and the management of multiple small projects, allowing valuable resources to remain focused on their core mission of patient health. This session explores how a major urban academic health system outsourced project management services to optimize project delivery efficiencies, resulting in cost savings.

I15 - How Art Reflects the Brand of a Renowned 100-Year-Old Hospital

Maggie Duplantis, Director, Clinical Planning and Design, Houston Methodist Hospital

Clara Marcello, Design Manager & Senior Project Designer, American Art Resources

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: 217

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

Room: 217

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Maggie Duplantis

Director, Clinical Planning and Design

Houston Methodist Hospital

Clara Marcello

Design Manager & Senior Project Designer

American Art Resources

I15 - How Art Reflects the Brand of a Renowned 100-Year-Old Hospital

The art program for Houston Methodist’s new $700 million Walter Tower presented a complex challenge and unique opportunity for an institution celebrating its 100th anniversary. This roundtable will explore how the intersection of art and brand have enhanced the patient experience and share the process behind creating art programs that aligned with the brand identity of the institution. Discuss how to link the cultural past with the present through the creation of art programs, understand how other stakeholders can contribute, and learn how to successfully commission artists for your projects.

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.

Tuesday, November 5

8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

E71 - The Impact of Daylight and Views on Post-myocardial Infarction Patients

Anjali Joseph, Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture, Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Roxana Jafarifiroozabadi, Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Andrea Franks, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, AnMed Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research|Room: 229-230

11/05/2019 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

Room: 229-230

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speakers

Anjali Joseph

Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture

Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Roxana Jafarifiroozabadi

Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing

Andrea Franks

MSN, RN, CCRN-K

AnMed Health

E71 - The Impact of Daylight and Views on Post-myocardial Infarction Patients

Being diagnosed with heart diseases such as myocardial infarction (MI) involves adverse health outcomes that can lead to prolonged hospital stays. Although evidence indicates that the presence of daylight and views can improve these adverse outcomes, studies have not differentiated the impact of daylight from views on post-MI patients’ recovery. This study was conducted in a cardiac ICU comprised of rooms with three unique types of daylighting and viewing accommodations. Retrospective patient data were analyzed and real-time data were collected among patients in the unit. Findings from the study will be integrated into guidelines to inform future design of cardiac ICUs.

E72 - Last Building Standing: Advancing Resiliency for Healthcare Design

Jocelyn Stroupe, Principal, Director of Health Interiors, CannonDesign

Brian McKenna, Principal, CanonDesign

Dr. Margot Hartmann, President & CEO, Nantucket Cottage Hospital

John Messervy, Corporate Director of Design and Construction, Partners Healthcare Inc.

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: 225-227

11/05/2019 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speakers

Jocelyn Stroupe

Principal, Director of Health Interiors

CannonDesign

Brian McKenna

Principal

CanonDesign

Dr. Margot Hartmann

President & CEO

Nantucket Cottage Hospital

John Messervy

Corporate Director of Design and Construction

Partners Healthcare Inc.

E72 - Last Building Standing: Advancing Resiliency for Healthcare Design

Located 30 miles from the mainland, residents of Nantucket Island embrace resiliency as a cultural norm. The unique challenges they face influence their attitude about design and buildings, and the new Nantucket Cottage Hospital (NCH) is tangible evidence. This new 120,000-square-foot hospital is designed to withstand potentially catastrophic conditions and provide all necessary services to serve as a safe haven when weather cuts off mainland access. Engineered be the “last building standing,” NCH is transforming the patient experience and increasing access to providers, while providing resiliency for future generations. It serves as a model of environmental sustainability for other critical access hospitals.

E73 - Research-based Innovations for Designing Staff Restorative Environments

Kathy Okland, Senior Healthcare Consultant, Herman Miller

Adeleh Nejati, Healthcare Planner and Researcher, HMC Architects

Linda Knodel, Senior Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive National Nursing Strategy and Leadership, Kaiser Permanente

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: 218-219

11/05/2019 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Kathy Okland

Senior Healthcare Consultant

Herman Miller

Adeleh Nejati

Healthcare Planner and Researcher

HMC Architects

Linda Knodel

Senior Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive National Nursing Strategy and Leadership

Kaiser Permanente

E73 - Research-based Innovations for Designing Staff Restorative Environments

The criticality of support for staff restoration programs and spaces, and the culture to support it in healthcare, is long overdue. In the 2017 white paper from The Institute for Healthcare Improvement titled “Framework for Improving Joy at Work,” notes indicate that if burnout in healthcare were described in clinical or public health terms, it might well be called an epidemic. Through the lens of a practicing system CNO, architect, and nurse consultant, discover the empirical evidence, environmental design features, and cultural influences that together can foster the conditions to support clinician satisfaction, performance, and, ultimately, the patient experience.

E74 - Another Set of Eyes: A POE Comparison of Two Community Health Centers

Rebecca Lewis, Principal, Director of Healthcare Design, dsgw architects

Steve Templet, Senior Project Manager, Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

11/05/2019 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

Rebecca Lewis

Principal, Director of Healthcare Design

dsgw architects

Steve Templet

Senior Project Manager

Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects

E74 - Another Set of Eyes: A POE Comparison of Two Community Health Centers

Designing a healthcare facility in a non-urban area has different challenges. These communities face population health issues not typically found in urban areas. In designing healthcare facilities, it is important to address these issues through design solutions, where possible. This presentation features two similar projects—one suburban and one rural—designed by two similar firms. Firm representatives will evaluate each other’s project for design effectiveness in addressing these issues. The owner of each facility will also complete a post-occupancy evaluation of their own facility. The presentation will then focus on the findings of each post-occupancy evaluation and the critical lessons learned.

E75 - We’re In! A New State-of-the-art Behavioral Health Hospital

Jerry Sheward, Chief Medical Officer, Indiana Family Social Services Administration (FSSA)

Terry Thurston, Senior Healthcare Planner, BSA LifeStructures

Teri Joy, Senior Healthcare Operations Planner, BSA LifeStructures

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

11/05/2019 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Jerry Sheward

Chief Medical Officer

Indiana Family Social Services Administration (FSSA)

Terry Thurston

Senior Healthcare Planner

BSA LifeStructures

Teri Joy

Senior Healthcare Operations Planner

BSA LifeStructures

E75 - We’re In! A New State-of-the-art Behavioral Health Hospital

Indiana Family and Social Services Administration’s NeuroDiagnostic Institute (NDI) is the state’s first new mental hospital since 1952. The new hospital opened in spring 2019 as a vanguard of Indiana’s goal to modernize and re-engineer its network of state-operated mental health facilities. The move of staff and patients was more than a physical move. It was a complete transformation in the model of care and clinical operations, as well as, activation of new technology and IT systems that impacted every aspect of patient care. Come hear about this exciting new facility from concept design and construction to transition planning, activation, and patient/staff move in.

E76 - Establishing A New Pediatric Department In The Nation's Busiest ED

Aurelio Posada, Associate Principal / Senior Design Architect, HuntonBrady Architects

Greg Braithwaite, Healthcare Principal, HuntonBrady Architects

Maureen Leckie, Associate Vice President Clinical Operations, Lakeland Regional Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Pediatric Settings|Room: 210

11/05/2019 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

Room: 210

Educational Programs | Pediatric Settings

Speakers

Aurelio Posada

Associate Principal / Senior Design Architect

HuntonBrady Architects

Greg Braithwaite

Healthcare Principal

HuntonBrady Architects

Maureen Leckie

Associate Vice President Clinical Operations

Lakeland Regional Health

E76 - Establishing A New Pediatric Department In The Nation's Busiest ED

The Lakeland Regional Health Emergency Department is the most visited in the nation, accommodating more than 210,000 patient visits a year. The 354,000-square-foot Women's and Children's Pavilion decanted the pediatric emergency services into a new dedicated department. New and innovative ideas were implemented throughout the facility, such as the administration of flexible staffing models, after growing the pediatric emergency department from 18 to 33 beds. The extraction of the embedded department into its own distinct ED called for careful consideration of new department protocols, alternative design interventions, and the establishment of strong wayfinding systems from the macro to micro level.

E77 - Stanford Digestive Health Center: The Results of Design Process Integration with 3P

Karl Sonnenberg, Partner, ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP

George Tingwald, Director of Medical Planning, Stanford Health Care - Planning Design + Construction

Ashley Umana, Senior Project Manager, Medical Planning, Stanford Health Care - Planning Design + Construction

Bobbie Fisch, Design Proincipal, TEF Arch

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Transformation and Innovation|Room: R03

11/05/2019 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

Room: R03

Educational Programs | Transformation and Innovation

Speakers

Karl Sonnenberg

Partner

ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP

George Tingwald

Director of Medical Planning

Stanford Health Care - Planning Design + Construction

Ashley Umana

Senior Project Manager, Medical Planning

Stanford Health Care - Planning Design + Construction

Bobbie Fisch

Design Proincipal

TEF Arch

E77 - Stanford Digestive Health Center: The Results of Design Process Integration with 3P

Stanford’s Digestive Health Center (DHC) at the Redwood City Campus opened in 2018. It is the result of a multiyear 3P (production, preparation, and process) effort developed to document future-state operations and facility design to support them. Metric goals were identified such as flow, efficiency, and space utilization; patient, staff, and provider satisfaction; patient access and annual growth; and financial cost. The final design is a patient- and family-focused environment that is viewed as a major success and enriches the SHC brand. But has it succeeded in achieving its metric goals and was the time and money put into 3P worth it? Come check out the results!

E78 - Designing for the Future: The Benefits of Modernization

Wills Hover, Project Manager, The Lemoine Company

Matthew Schaefer, Chief Operating Officer, The Children's Hospital of New Orleans

David Deis, Project Director, EYP, Inc.

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Facility, Project & Asset Management|Room: R02

11/05/2019 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

Room: R02

Educational Programs | Facility, Project & Asset Management

Speakers

Wills Hover

Project Manager

The Lemoine Company

Matthew Schaefer

Chief Operating Officer

The Children's Hospital of New Orleans

David Deis

Project Director

EYP, Inc.

E78 - Designing for the Future: The Benefits of Modernization

The transformation of The Children’s Hospital of New Orleans consists of 400,000 square feet of expansion and renovation within a 600,000-suare-foot combined inpatient and outpatient facility. This multiphase modernization project will take approximately seven years, from master planning to completion, and will require 34 distinct phases, with minimal interim moves and no interruptions to day-to-day operations.To achieve the goal of leveraging its existing facility and to preserve its committed presence within the historic Uptown District, the hospital had to build a strong working partnership with the design and construction team. This session will highlight the decision to leverage the chassis of an existing healthcare facility and the logistical challenges associated with implementing that decision.

I16 - Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice with Detailed Bench-marking of Clinical Spaces

Lindsey Stang, Co-Chair, LS3P ASSOCIATES, LTD.

Byron Edwards, Chair, AIA/AAH - RIC

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: R01

11/05/2019 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

Room: R01

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Lindsey Stang

Co-Chair

LS3P ASSOCIATES, LTD.

Byron Edwards

Chair

AIA/AAH - RIC

I16 - Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice with Detailed Bench-marking of Clinical Spaces

At HCD 2016 and HCD 2018, the AAH Research Initiative Committee presented a “Case for Case Studies,” and “21 Case Studies in the AIA/AAH Case Study Library” respectively. This year, the presentation will be an open discussion on this benchmarking methodology with case study results in an attempt to improve its usefulness, as we continue to build a larger database of these case studies as a benchmarking tool. We hope to identify ways to make create a more rigorous, accessible and useful tool to enrich both the Practice and Research within Design. Our aim is to facilitate a much needed larger DIALOGUE within both the Design and RESEARCH Communities.

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

E79 - FleXX: A Framework for Flexibility, Tested in Practice

Michelle Ossmann, Director, Health Environments, Steelcase Health

Upali Nanda, Associate Principal and Senior Vice President | Director of Research, HKS Inc

Teresa Neely, Senior Vice President, Chief Ambulatory Officer, Chief Nursing Officer, Ambulatory, UW Health

Whitney FuEssel, Vice President, Director Health, HKS Inc

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research|Room: 229-230

11/05/2019 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Room: 229-230

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speakers

Michelle Ossmann

Director, Health Environments

Steelcase Health

Upali Nanda

Associate Principal and Senior Vice President | Director of Research

HKS Inc

Teresa Neely

Senior Vice President, Chief Ambulatory Officer, Chief Nursing Officer, Ambulatory

UW Health

Whitney FuEssel

Vice President, Director Health

HKS Inc

E79 - FleXX: A Framework for Flexibility, Tested in Practice

“Flexibility” is a buzz word today, but one full of both promise and confusion. As diverse stakeholders seek flexibility, many are asking: What exactly does flexibility mean? How does the desire for flexibility influence design? And is flexibility a real advantage? This session will delve into the results of a research study exploring the meaningful use of flexibility across multiple layers for facilities including site, structure, skin, services, space plan, and social areas. Presenters will share a framework to design for flexibility in outpatient environments and offer honest insights on how the framework, once applied, held up in high-level strategic planning and design.

E80 - Sustaining Motivation by Design: A Caregiver Perspective

Sophie Buttiens, EwingCole

Mooyeon Oh-Park, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Burke Rehabilitization Hospital

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: 225-227

11/05/2019 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speakers

Mooyeon Oh-Park

Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer

Burke Rehabilitization Hospital

E80 - Sustaining Motivation by Design: A Caregiver Perspective

Caregivers can experience emotional, mental, and physical anguish associated with their responsibilities that can create a negative impact on the patient’s recovery process. The Marsal Caregiver Center at The Burke Rehabilitation Hospital was designed with a vision to create a transformative setting that gives the caregivers distinct spaces to find support and rejuvenate. Discover design features that can be effectively implemented that will visually and actively nudge the caregiver towards a boosted and more joyful state of being. Learn how a small interior space delivering big impact was constructed to motivate the patient’s support team in their recovery process and enhance their therapy.

E81 - Health Facility Performance Evaluation: Leveraging Practitioner Perceptions and In-house Metrics

Maggie Duplantis, Director, Clinical Planning and Design, Houston Methodist Hospital

Laurie Waggener, Director, Research and EBD, EYP

Haeoak Park, SR. Medical Planner, EYP

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: 218-219

11/05/2019 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Maggie Duplantis

Director, Clinical Planning and Design

Houston Methodist Hospital

Laurie Waggener

Director, Research and EBD

EYP

Haeoak Park

SR. Medical Planner

EYP

E81 - Health Facility Performance Evaluation: Leveraging Practitioner Perceptions and In-house Metrics

This presentation will provide multiple ways to measure the success of the post-move state of Houston Methodist Hospital after one year of operation. As the hospital started designing the second phase of this project, the project team gathered vast amounts of lessons learned from the Phase 1 tower. The team will present the design strategy, including optimizing processes, creating safe environments, and patient and staff well-being, and share the outcomes of the project such as post-move results. They will discuss the various findings, which are not only quantitative and qualitative measurements, but also valuable lessons learned from the multidisciplinary staffs during operation in the OR, cath lab, and the ICU.

E82 - Design Versus Reality: A Comparison One Year Post Occupancy

Daniel Miesle, UK Healthcare, CONTINUUM

Bao Anh Duong, Owner Representative, Gai An 115 Hospital

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

11/05/2019 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

Daniel Miesle

UK Healthcare

CONTINUUM

Bao Anh Duong

Owner Representative

Gai An 115 Hospital

E82 - Design Versus Reality: A Comparison One Year Post Occupancy

This presentation offers a case study that critically compares the alignment of project goals and design principles with patient experience and user satisfaction. Located in Vietnam, this 361-bed 3P project was planned and designed using JCI, IOM quality and safety aims, and U.S. standards. Presenters will compare successes and challenges in achieving design goals with one-year post-occupancy satisfaction based on patient and staff experiences. They will also include plans, photos, and direct experiences in all major clinical departments while providing a status report on next steps to achieve future JCI accreditation.

E83 - A New Life: Reviving a Hospital for Behavioral Health through Innovative Design

Richard Beach, Healthcare Leader | Senior Associate, DLR Group

Kevin Murrett, President | CEO | Founder, Architectural Resources

Stephanie Kinnard, Project Manager , Gilbane Building Company

Jon Schaefer, Project Executive, Gilbane Building Company

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

11/05/2019 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Richard Beach

Healthcare Leader | Senior Associate

DLR Group

Kevin Murrett

Kevin Murrett

President | CEO | Founder

Architectural Resources

Stephanie Kinnard

Project Manager

Gilbane Building Company

Jon Schaefer

Project Executive

Gilbane Building Company

E83 - A New Life: Reviving a Hospital for Behavioral Health through Innovative Design

Many healthcare systems are contending with patients’ growing unmet behavioral health needs. As greater emphasis is placed on addressing mental health issues, these systems must look for ways to incorporate behavioral health services into existing models. This session will explore the collaborative process between Maricopa Integrated Health Systems and the DLR Group design team as they worked to transform an acute medical care facility into a behavioral health treatment environment. From the technical design aspects to the accelerated timeline to address the unique needs required by behavioral health facilities, presenters will walk the audience through lessons learned and provide practical advice for how other systems might approach their own renovations.

E84 - The Building as a Therapeutic Tool: Creating a Children’s Treatment Center

Robert Hofmann, Principal, Hofmann PM Inc

Christina Djokoto, VP Quality Perfor mance and Operational Excellence, ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Pediatric Settings|Room: 210

11/05/2019 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Room: 210

Educational Programs | Pediatric Settings

Speakers

Robert Hofmann

Principal

Hofmann PM Inc

Christina Djokoto

VP Quality Perfor mance and Operational Excellence

ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development

E84 - The Building as a Therapeutic Tool: Creating a Children’s Treatment Center

This case study highlights the ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development and explores how the design caused the building itself to become a tool for therapy, learning, and teaching. Presenters will identify how the building enhanced therapy for children with physical and behavioral disabilities through the use of multisensory stimulation rooms, landscape, innovative approaches to learning, expression of play, achievement, and memory, as well as a "going to school" experience for children in the autism program. Ages of ErinoakKids range from newborn to 18 years, so it was critical that the design supported the wide range of patient needs and incorporated design principles that are child-friendly without being child-like.

E85 - A Future Without Fear: Designing Process-Neutral at MetroHealth

Terri Zborowsky, Design Researcher, HGA

Kurt Spiering, Vice President, HGA

Walter B. Jones, Jr., Senior Vice President, Campus Transformation, The MetroHealth System

Mark Bultman, Vice President/Healthcare Principal, HGA

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Transformation and Innovation|Room: R03

11/05/2019 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Room: R03

Educational Programs | Transformation and Innovation

Speakers

Terri Zborowsky

Design Researcher

HGA

Kurt Spiering

Vice President

HGA

Walter B. Jones, Jr.

Senior Vice President, Campus Transformation

The MetroHealth System

Mark Bultman

Vice President/Healthcare Principal

HGA

E85 - A Future Without Fear: Designing Process-Neutral at MetroHealth

The MetroHealth System has long served the city's most underserved populations, yet the existing campus had outlived its usefulness. To address this, the organization embarked on a campus transformation, forming an internal Innovation Team (I-Team) to build a new 11-story acute care hospital that is dynamic and continually evolving to offer high-quality care. The I-Team was focused on space optimization, Lean operational improvement, evidence-based design, environmental sociology, and technology. This presentation will highlight the team’s Lean, process-neutral approach to achieve design outcomes aligned to organizational promise and values. As illustrated through several design challenges and solutions for the new campus, the result was a gift to the community.

E86 - Two Teams, One Voice: Unifying PDC and Facilities Teams to Generate Efficiencies

Eric Waller, Area Vice President, Medxcel

Jeremy Fortier, Regional Manager, Planning, Design & Construction, Medxcel

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Facility, Project & Asset Management|Room: R02

11/05/2019 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Room: R02

Educational Programs | Facility, Project & Asset Management

Speakers

Eric Waller

Area Vice President

Medxcel

Jeremy Fortier

Jeremy Fortier

Regional Manager, Planning, Design & Construction

Medxcel

E86 - Two Teams, One Voice: Unifying PDC and Facilities Teams to Generate Efficiencies

It’s not uncommon for PDC and facilities teams to operate independently, often in silos. The challenge most healthcare facilities face with that model is potentially dueling project updates to leadership, triggering a lack of confidence that the project is being completed right. Ensuring compliance on new construction is also an ongoing challenge that could result in negative ramifications if these two teams are not aligned. This presentation will address these challenges, explore the potential negative impacts on healthcare facilities, and how to overcome them by unifying the teams.

I17 - AIA AAH Architecture + Health Education Forum

David Allison, Alumni Distinguished Professor and Director, Clemson University Architecture + Health Graduate Studies

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: R01

11/05/2019 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Room: R01

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speaker

David Allison

Alumni Distinguished Professor and Director

Clemson University Architecture + Health Graduate Studies

I17 - AIA AAH Architecture + Health Education Forum

This year’s forum topic is an in depth look at Interdisciplinary Learning and Leadership. Success in the planning and design of healthcare buildings requires designers with technical knowledge of their field and the ability to collaborate with other professionals.  This session will explore the core components of educational curriculums in healthcare design and the challenges of linking learning with practice settings.

1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

E87 - Clinic Staff Insights into Communication and Patient Care Designs

Kevin Real, Associate Professor, University of Kentucky

Miyoung Hong, Senior Lecturer , Indiana University Bloomington

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research|Room: 229-230

11/05/2019 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Room: 229-230

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speakers

Kevin Real

Associate Professor

University of Kentucky

Miyoung Hong

Senior Lecturer

Indiana University Bloomington

E87 - Clinic Staff Insights into Communication and Patient Care Designs

This comparative multisite, multi-methodological design study illustrates outpatient clinic staff insights into two different designs—linear and onstage/offstage—related to design, communication, teamwork, collaboration, and patient care outcomes. An interdisciplinary research team from design and communication utilized a multi-methodological approach to this evidence-based design project. Presenters will provide detailed qualitative insights from registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, medical assistants, patient care technicians, and a case manager about each design. Implications for design with a focus on communication and patient care delivery will be examined. Attendees will gain insight into staff understanding of how each clinic design impacts interprofessional communication, patient care processes, and patient outcomes.

E88 - Clean Slate: Moving Central Sterile Supply Operations Off-campus

Brian Crichton, Principal Architect, CMBA Architects

Mike Zorich, Principal, Director of Healthcare, IMEG Corp.

Phillip Boothby, Capital Management Executive Director, University of Iowa Hospital & Clinics (UIHC)

Stephanie Karr, Principal, Integrated Supply Solutions, LLC

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: 225-227

11/05/2019 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speakers

Brian Crichton

Principal Architect

CMBA Architects

Mike Zorich

Principal, Director of Healthcare

IMEG Corp.

Phillip Boothby

Capital Management Executive Director

University of Iowa Hospital & Clinics (UIHC)

Stephanie Karr

Principal

Integrated Supply Solutions, LLC

E88 - Clean Slate: Moving Central Sterile Supply Operations Off-campus

The rare decision to move central sterile supply (CSS) operations off campus presents many challenges, but when done correctly, can optimize clinical efficiency and save money for a healthcare system. The design team and owner who collaborated on such a facility for the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics (UIHC) will present a case study on their project, one of only a handful of off-campus CSS facilities in the nation. The project engineer, architect, healthcare process consultant, and owner will share their perspectives on the operational challenges, design solutions, and process of designing and constructing a successful, consolidated off-campus CSS.

E89 - Mission Control: The Heart of an Integrated Procedural Platform at Oregon Health & Science University

Barbara Anderson, Principal, ZGF Architects

Lisa Newman, Nurse Manager, Endoscopy Department, Oregon Health & Science University

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: 218-219

11/05/2019 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Barbara Anderson

Principal

ZGF Architects

Lisa Newman

Nurse Manager, Endoscopy Department

Oregon Health & Science University

E89 - Mission Control: The Heart of an Integrated Procedural Platform at Oregon Health & Science University

During the planning and design of a new 14-story ambulatory tower for Oregon Health & Science University, the project team developed an innovative approach to collocating disparate procedural services into one multispecialty procedural platform called “mission control.” They also standardized pre- and post-procedural care that resulted in improved operational efficiency while enhancing the patient experience, reducing the space required for care and the cost of care. Presenters will share the planning approach that led to design innovation as well as data and key post-occupancy findings from the first months of operation. See how this approach expanded the role of nurse leaders in the design of specialty practices.

E90 - Driving Change: Supporting Growth in the Philadelphia Navy Yard

Laura Morris, Principal & Interior Design Director, Array Architects

Fernanda Pires, Senior Associate / Healthcare Planner, Array Architects

Kim Dengler, Director, Facilities Design and Construction, Jefferson Health

Jennifer Keddie, Development Manager, Aegis Property Group

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

11/05/2019 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

Laura Morris

Principal & Interior Design Director

Array Architects

Fernanda Pires

Senior Associate / Healthcare Planner

Array Architects

Kim Dengler

Director, Facilities Design and Construction

Jefferson Health

Jennifer Keddie

Development Manager

Aegis Property Group

E90 - Driving Change: Supporting Growth in the Philadelphia Navy Yard

Philadelphia’s Navy Yard is a 1,200-acre urban development site located on the waterfront and central to the region. Jefferson Health’s commitment to be the sole healthcare provider supporting this growing commercial, industrial, and residential zone drove consolidation of services to a 70,000-square-foot four-story office building. The goal was to provide a wide range of outpatient services to a growing and diverse community with a “care hub” serving patients ranging in age from millennials to seniors. Learn how the health system worked through hospital licensing issues; how the adaptable, interchangeable room design accommodated program changes soon after opening; and how the space has been performing, captured by POE outcomes.

E91 - The Integration of Behavioral Health Research and Care: A Novel Approach

Solvei Neiger, Partner, ZGF Architects

Matthew State, Professor & Chair, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco

Jan Willemse, Partner, ZGF Architects

Justin Brooks, Principal, ZGF Architects

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

11/05/2019 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Solvei Neiger

Partner

ZGF Architects

Matthew State

Professor & Chair, Department of Psychiatry

University of California, San Francisco

Jan Willemse

Partner

ZGF Architects

Justin Brooks

Principal

ZGF Architects

E91 - The Integration of Behavioral Health Research and Care: A Novel Approach

The UCSF Child, Teen and Family Center is one of the nation’s first facilities to treat both pediatric and adult psychiatric patients in the same building, and one of the first to integrate neuroscience with traditional psychiatry. This session will explore how a multidisciplinary team envisioned the project, secured funding, and planned and designed a revolutionary care model for these highly vulnerable patient populations. Panelists will discuss how the design supports normalization of behavioral health care through exterior and interior materials and daylit spaces, and how integration of research and collaboration within the design process can accelerate discoveries, convene the academic community, and deliver care.

E92 - When Small Spaces Have the Biggest Impact: MIBG Treatment Suites for Pediatric Patients

Dawn Bartock, MIBG Therapy Program Pediatric Nurse Practitioner/Clinical Lead, Levine Children's Hospital

Roger Wilkerson, National Practice Leader, Healthcare, Little

Georgia Cameron, Studio Principal, Little

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Pediatric Settings|Room: 210

11/05/2019 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Room: 210

Educational Programs | Pediatric Settings

Speakers

Dawn Bartock

MIBG Therapy Program Pediatric Nurse Practitioner/Clinical Lead

Levine Children's Hospital

Roger Wilkerson

National Practice Leader, Healthcare

Little

Georgia Cameron

Studio Principal

Little

E92 - When Small Spaces Have the Biggest Impact: MIBG Treatment Suites for Pediatric Patients

It is unbearable for parents to imagine their child battling cancer. What if the closest facility offering the necessary treatment for a child’s rare form of cancer is more than two hours away? Unfortunately for families faced with neuroblastoma, that can often be the case. In hopes of providing support to children and families facing these challenges, Levine Children's Hospital recently opened its first MIBG therapy suite. This suite, however, isn’t like other cancer treatment suites. Join the speakers as they present two case studies conducted prior to design, and the final solution for this hospital MIBG suite, showing design and operational strategies for providing quality care, safety and family connections.

E93 - Collaborative Work Environments: Providers’ and Nurses’ Perspectives on Different Team Rooms

Christopher Kiss, PhD Student, Clemson University, School of Architecture - Architecture and Health Graduate Program

Dina Battisto, Associate Professor, Clemson University

William Lewis, U.S. Army Health Facility Planning Agency

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Transformation and Innovation|Room: R03

11/05/2019 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Room: R03

Educational Programs | Transformation and Innovation

Speakers

Christopher Kiss

PhD Student

Clemson University, School of Architecture - Architecture and Health Graduate Program

Dina Battisto

Associate Professor

Clemson University

William Lewis

U.S. Army Health Facility Planning Agency

E93 - Collaborative Work Environments: Providers’ and Nurses’ Perspectives on Different Team Rooms

Collaborative work environments play an integral role in supporting the delivery of team-based primary care. One solution, the open team room concept, allows providers and nurses to improve collaboration. However, the ability to complete focused work is often compromised in the open team room concept. Gaining the perspective of the clinical staff on the strengths and challenges for this environment is essential for improving staff workspaces. This session will present an ethnographic approach to understanding how open team room concepts influence staff collaborative activities and private focused work. Planning and design recommendations offer insight on how to create team rooms that support both collaborative activities and focused work.

E94 - Securing Hospitals of the Future

Jay Abdullah, Global Director Cybersecurity Services, Schneider Electric

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Facility, Project & Asset Management|Room: R02

11/05/2019 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Room: R02

Educational Programs | Facility, Project & Asset Management

Speaker

Jay Abdullah

Global Director Cybersecurity Services

Schneider Electric

E94 - Securing Hospitals of the Future

The number of connected devices in buildings is growing at an ever-increasing rate, going hand-in-hand with a rise in cybersecurity incidents. Healthcare facilities are rightly risk-averse and concerned about service interruptions. So as we deploy these technologies, we should be concerned about the cybersecurity aspect of operations, which poses two main questions: (1) What are the primary threats that arise from a connected and digital facility ecosystem? And (2) What can you do to manage and protect your facilities and the data stored within them? This presentation will offer insight into how cybersecurity comes into play and demonstrate best practices for how to manage threats and mitigate risks.

I18 - A Look at Today's Healthcare Design Through the Eyes of the Elderly

John A. Maze, System Director Safety, Construction and Emergency Management, Central Florida Health (CFH)

Michael F. Pittman, Vice President, Chief Clinical Officer and Site Administrator, The Villages Regional Hospital

Sam W. Burnette, Principal, ESa (Earl Swensson Associates)

Charles T. Jorgensen, Senior Design Manager, ESa (Earl Swensson Associates)

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: R01

11/05/2019 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Room: R01

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

John A. Maze

System Director Safety, Construction and Emergency Management

Central Florida Health (CFH)

Michael F. Pittman

Vice President, Chief Clinical Officer and Site Administrator

The Villages Regional Hospital

Sam W. Burnette

Principal

ESa (Earl Swensson Associates)

Charles T. Jorgensen

Senior Design Manager

ESa (Earl Swensson Associates)

I18 - A Look at Today's Healthcare Design Through the Eyes of the Elderly

Using The Villages Regional Hospital (TVRH) as a case study, this roundtable will present goals and design solutions that can be applied in healthcare settings for the most common facility challenges and hazards to seniors. TVRH is specifically designed for an aging market with a median age of 66. As a large segment of the U.S. population, seniors pose special safety risks in the utilization of facilities that require accommodation in design with considerations for mobility, lighting intensity, and noise control. Best practices from design for senior living can also be applied to healthcare facilities that serve a wide spectrum of age groups without compromising, but rather enhancing, the environment and care for those younger.

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

E100 - Seattle Children’s: Driving Cultural Shifts and Bridging Generational Differences through Innovative Space Use

Victoria Nichols, Partner, ZGF Architects

Mandy Hansen, Director, Facility Planning, Design & Construction, Seattle Children’s

Sara Howell, Associate Principal, ZGF Architects

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Pediatric Settings|Room: 210

11/05/2019 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Room: 210

Educational Programs | Pediatric Settings

Speakers

Victoria Nichols

Partner

ZGF Architects

Mandy Hansen

Director, Facility Planning, Design & Construction

Seattle Children’s

Sara Howell

Associate Principal

ZGF Architects

E100 - Seattle Children’s: Driving Cultural Shifts and Bridging Generational Differences through Innovative Space Use

Seattle Children’s has embarked on a years-long plan to address the rapid growth of its main campus and an accompanying shortage of nonclinical administrative workspaces. The hospital recently partnered with ZGF Architects to develop a new administrative workplace master plan, which will make it one of the first children’s hospitals in the country to relocate administrative staff from the main hospital campus to an off-campus location in downtown Seattle. In addition to accommodating growth, the plan will enable Seattle Children’s to provide modern, activity-based workspaces that aid in the retention and recruitment of staff. Come hear their story.

E101 - The High-Performance Advocate ILPD Team Looks Backward

Mike Doiel, Alternative Delivery Director, HDR

Scott Nelson, Vice President, Facilities, Design & Construction, Advocate Health Care

Jeff Niesen, Group President, Central Operations, The Boldt Company

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Transformation and Innovation|Room: R03

11/05/2019 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Room: R03

Educational Programs | Transformation and Innovation

Speakers

Mike Doiel

Alternative Delivery Director

HDR

Scott Nelson

Vice President, Facilities, Design & Construction

Advocate Health Care

Jeff Niesen

Group President, Central Operations

The Boldt Company

E101 - The High-Performance Advocate ILPD Team Looks Backward

The new Advocate Outpatient Centers in the Chicagoland area are the result of a highly collaborative, ongoing partnership with an integrated Lean project delivery (ILPD) team. This team of stakeholders, designers, builders, and trade partners developed a standardized “core module” and architectural language adaptable to each community’s healthcare needs and local context. The ILPD team has successfully executed 15 ambulatory clinics over the past four years with incredible diligence, speed to market, and cost savings. This session will discuss how key results area metrics are tracked and measured; compare cost savings and schedule; and detail stakeholder surveys and their purpose.

E95 - CANCELLED - The Pivotal Role of the Courtyard in Acute Mental Health Wards

Jessie Wrigglesworth, Research assistant with TRDE, in association with Victoria University of Wellington, Victoria University of Wellington

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

11/05/2019 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Educational Programs | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Speaker

Jessie Wrigglesworth

Research assistant with TRDE, in association with Victoria University of Wellington

Victoria University of Wellington

E95 - CANCELLED - The Pivotal Role of the Courtyard in Acute Mental Health Wards

The courtyard of the acute mental health facility is simultaneously the heart of the ward and the most contested space. The design and spatial qualities of these courtyards are currently not conducive to the recovery and promotion of well-being that is required of this healthcare setting. This presentation will improve the understanding of those environmental factors and spatial elements that contribute to the key problems experienced in the courtyards. By acknowledging the importance of the courtyard as a unique and pivotal space in these facilities, there are significant design opportunities readily available for the improvement to both patient and staff well-being.

E96 - The Biocontainment Critical Care Unit: Maximizing Patient Care Without Compromising Infection Control

Gaurav Khadse, Assistant Vice President, Facilities Portfolio Management, UTMB Health

Greg Johnson, Partner, PhiloWilke

Don Marshall, Senior Project Manager, The Walsh Group/Walsh Construction & Archer Western

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Programming, Planning, and Design|Room: 225-227

11/05/2019 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Room: 225-227

Educational Programs | Programming, Planning, and Design

Speakers

Gaurav Khadse

Assistant Vice President, Facilities Portfolio Management

UTMB Health

Greg Johnson

Partner

PhiloWilke

Don Marshall

Senior Project Manager

The Walsh Group/Walsh Construction & Archer Western

E96 - The Biocontainment Critical Care Unit: Maximizing Patient Care Without Compromising Infection Control

UTMB Health renovated 11,000 square feet of its emergency building on the Galveston, Texas, campus to create an innovative new eight-bed biocontainment critical care unit capable of admitting and treating patients diagnosed with or suspected of having a disease that poses extraordinary risk. The session will dive deep into the considerations that went into the design, planning, construction, and activation of this unit. Participants will learn key factors that guide site selection; important aspects to consider in planning the unit; management of air supply and exit of air, utilities, materials, and waste; and lessons learned in construction of the unit while in an operating emergency building.

E97 - Extreme Collaboration: Using Lean Thinking, 2P/3P, and EBD to Design Healing Environments

Erik Polyzou, ARCHITECT, RSC ARCHITECTS

Akshay Sangollil, Medical Planner / Associate, EYPAE

Terri Freguletti, Vice President, Perioperative Services, Hackensack Meridian Health

Ramonita Jiménez, Administrator- Department of Patient Care, Hackensack Meridian Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Clinical Perspectives|Room: 218-219

11/05/2019 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Room: 218-219

Educational Programs | Clinical Perspectives

Speakers

Erik Polyzou

ARCHITECT

RSC ARCHITECTS

Akshay Sangollil

Medical Planner / Associate

EYPAE

Terri Freguletti

Vice President, Perioperative Services

Hackensack Meridian Health

Ramonita Jiménez

Administrator- Department of Patient Care

Hackensack Meridian Health

E97 - Extreme Collaboration: Using Lean Thinking, 2P/3P, and EBD to Design Healing Environments

How can one ensure collective success and identify common ground between all stakeholders to design clinically efficient healing environments that foster better patient care? This case study of the surgical tower at Hackensack University Medical Center demonstrates that by establishing a “true north” using robust visioning sessions, utilizing Lean thinking, engaging in 2P workshops to evaluate staff and patient experiences, and embracing best practices and evidence-based design, it is possible to develop innovative design solutions. Hear how the design improved workflow efficiencies and operational procedures that result in a safer, better organized, highly efficient and more profitable environment that effectively engages patients, staff, and visitors.

E98 - A New Burn Unit for the Region: University Medical Center New Orleans

Steve Templet, Senior Project Manager, Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects

Marianne Graffam, Architect, Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects

Cary Becker, Senior Director of Facilities Management, University Medical Center New Orleans/LCMC Health

Jeffery Carter, Medical Director, UMC Burn Center, University Medical Center New Orleans/LCMC Health

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Lessons Learned|Room: 215-216

11/05/2019 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Room: 215-216

Educational Programs | Lessons Learned

Speakers

Steve Templet

Senior Project Manager

Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects

Marianne Graffam

Architect

Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects

Cary Becker

Senior Director of Facilities Management

University Medical Center New Orleans/LCMC Health

Jeffery Carter

Medical Director, UMC Burn Center

University Medical Center New Orleans/LCMC Health

E98 - A New Burn Unit for the Region: University Medical Center New Orleans

Geared toward design professionals and facility managers with a working knowledge of complex medical renovations, this presentation is designed as a deep dive into a relatively small yet complex project type that is rarely seen in the New Orleans region. Presented by the architects, facility managers, and the clinician involved, the challenges of using existing treatment spaces, shelled ICUs, and an existing OR to create a new regional burn unit will be presented. The UMC staff and design team programmed and designed a new burn center to include both trauma treatment and short-/long-term ICUs for varying acuity burn cases. Come hear their story and their results.

E99 - Strawberry Hill Behavioral Health: Transformation from Corporate Office to Therapeutic Healing Environment

Stephanie Vito, Associate Vice President, Architect, CannonDesign

Shari Riley, Director of Nursing Behavioral Health Services & Psychiatry, The University of Kansas Health System

David Brown, Capital Project Manager, The University of Kansas Health System

Matthew Kron, Architect, Senior Associate, CannonDesign

Type: Educational Programs|Track: Behavioral Health Practices|Room: 208-209

11/05/2019 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Room: 208-209

Educational Programs | Behavioral Health Practices

Speakers

Stephanie Vito

Associate Vice President, Architect

CannonDesign

Shari Riley

Director of Nursing Behavioral Health Services & Psychiatry

The University of Kansas Health System

David Brown

Capital Project Manager

The University of Kansas Health System

Matthew Kron

Architect, Senior Associate

CannonDesign

E99 - Strawberry Hill Behavioral Health: Transformation from Corporate Office to Therapeutic Healing Environment

Located in the heart of downtown Kansas City, The University of Kansas Health System recently opened a new 48-bed behavioral health facility that strengthens the mental and economic wellness of the urban core. The health center is located in a renovated five-story office building that presented design challenges but also created opportunities to bring mental health services within close proximity to an underserved population. Overcoming challenges presented by the existing perimeter, geometry, structural grid, and limited access to outdoors, the design implements behavioral health best practices to support efficient and effective delivery of care while supporting the safety of patients and staff.

I19 - Global Delivery, Local Impact: Defining a New Healthcare Brand in the Middle East

Chee Keong Lin, Principal, Medical Planner, SmithGroup

Alison Faecher, Principal, Interior Design, SmithGroup

Tarek Shuaib, Chief Executive Officer, PACE | Architecture, Engineering + Planning

Vera Van Middlesworth, Project Manager, Architecture, SmithGroup

Mohamad Ghaddar, Project Design Manager, PACE | Architecture, Engineering + Planning

Type: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Track: Interactive Roundtable Discussions|Room: R01

11/05/2019 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Room: R01

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

Speakers

Chee Keong Lin

Principal, Medical Planner

SmithGroup

Alison Faecher

Principal, Interior Design

SmithGroup

Tarek Shuaib

Chief Executive Officer

PACE | Architecture, Engineering + Planning

Vera Van Middlesworth

Project Manager, Architecture

SmithGroup

Mohamad Ghaddar

Project Design Manager

PACE | Architecture, Engineering + Planning

I19 - Global Delivery, Local Impact: Defining a New Healthcare Brand in the Middle East

How does a globally dispersed design team conceptualize and build one of the largest healthcare development projects in record time? Jahra Medical City was designed to deliver a world-class patient experience for Kuwait’s Jahra District in just three years. Hear how the 700,000-square-meter campus design was driven by a complete integration of nature into the form of architecture. Moderators will share how the design concept of life and regeneration led to the development of a strong brand identity for the hospital. This case study will take you on a journey through the campus and foster discussion around the nuances of delivering healthcare design expertise in a Gulf Coast country.


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