► Sessions: Information You Can Use Now & in the Future
Explore how healthcare design, construction, operations, and regulations have changed over the past two years. Examine the trends and technologies reshaping existing and future healthcare facilities. Gain valuable insights you can put to work the next day.
Summit Summary/Recap & Presentation Materials Provided to Attendees.
Healthcare Trends: View from Senior Leaders
Healthcare changed dramatically over the last two years! COVID exposed the weaknesses, strengths, and opportunities for our healthcare facilities. Grit, innovation, and technology got us through. Going forward we must address capacity, costs, flexibility, labor shortages, resiliency, technological change, social disparities, sustainability, and whatever comes next.
- Alyeah E. Ramjit, MS, MHA, System Vice President/Department of Medicine at One Brooklyn Health and President Elect of Healthcare Leaders of New York
- Michael Gatto, Senior Vice President, Integrated Care Strategies
Adaptive ReUse – Hard Lessons Learned When Converting to Medical Purposes
Retail-to-medical space conversions are not a simple process. Ceiling heights, infrastructure upgrades, uneven floors, and regulatory codes are just the beginning of a long list of idiosyncrasies. Presented is a case example on a recent conversion into an outpatient facility in Queens for one of New York’s major healthcare providers.
- Ciro Fraschilla, AIA, President of Mascioni & Behrmann, Architecture, P.C.
- Rahul Tikekar, PE,MS,MBA, Principal/ Senior Vice President, Loring Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Issues & Answers: What’s on the Mind of Health System Leaders — An interactive discussion with AMFP New York’s Advisory Board
- Randolph G. Howard, MHA, FACHE, Senior Vice President, Corporate Facilities Services, Northwell Health
- Steven Kim, Director of Engineering, The Brooklyn Hospital Center
- Tina Macica, PMP, LEED AP, Associate Vice President Design and Construction, Montefiore Health System
- David Sullivan, MBA, Senior Vice President of Facilities, PDC, Real Estate and Support Services, Maimonides Medical Center
2022 FGI Guidelines Update: What's Changed From 2018
FGI Guidelines are the nation's leading design standards for hospitals, outpatient, and residential care facilities. Get the latest on proposed changes; including behavioral health, clinical treatment, and patient care spaces; and how it applies in New York.
- David B Uhaze, RA, Chairman, FGI Guidelines Revisions Committee
Don't Be Blindsided: How FM & PDC Managers Can Create Resilient Healthcare Facilities
Translate a threat and hazard assessment into robust building designs, enhanced security, better emergency response, and effective risk management. Comply with CMS and other regulatory agencies. Find ways to improve operations and avoid cost.
- Nicholas Gabrielle, Vice President, Global Service Line Leader Healthcare + Emergency Management, Jensen Hughes
High Rise Urban Hospitals: Rising Above Time, Money & Space Challenges
Explore the drivers for high-rise healthcare facilities. Identify the benefits to patients, caregivers, researchers, health systems, and surrounding community. See how to navigate the planning, design, and construction complexities of going up in urban areas.
- Doug King, Vice President, Chicago, Project Management Advisors
- Josh Rubin, Vice President and General Manager, New York, Project Management Advisors
The Art, Engineering, Management and Economics of Prefabrication and Modular Construction of Medical Facilities
This panel focuses on three critical paths needed to create value for the owner with prefabrication and modular construction:
- How architects and engineers can enable prefabrication and modular construction in their design solutions
- Innovative ways a contractor can improve schedule, cost predictability, quality, worker safety, and environmental impact
- Tapping the creativity, knowledge, skills, and production capacity of specialty trade contractors, fabricators, suppliers, and manufacturers
- Mogens Smed, CEO, Falkbuilt Ltd.
- Other Panelists to be Announced
Untangling the Supply Chain
Material costs surged an average of 26% during 2021. Wood is up 101%, steel 88%, copper 61%, and aluminum 33%, causing cost overruns, delays, and frustration. What is an owner, architect, and contractor to do? Explore the insights and lessons learned.
- Mitch Green, Healthcare Pre-Construction Executive, AECOM Tishman