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AMFP Houston: Healthcare Hits the Reset Button

Tuesday, June 27, 2023, 8:00 AM until 3:30 PM Central Time (US & Canada) (UTC-06:00)
Denton A. Cooley, M.D. and Ralph C. Cooley, D.D.S. University Life Center - UTHealth Houston
7440 Cambridge Street
Houston, TX  77054
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AMFP Houston
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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.

Forward Thinking Ideas

An Economic Outlook: Market Shifts, Consumer Segments, Digital Adoption, and Workforce

Facing challenges ranging from the pandemic’s lingering impact to economic uncertainty, health care providers continue to reprioritize capital expenditures while advancing technology and growth strategies. Learn how the health care industry is confronting today’s financial challenges with a deep dive into the key factors effecting market dynamics.

Social Equity & Access to Care in Underserved Communities

Investigate how Houston is addressing the many social determinants of health that affect people’s access, opportunity, and resources to access healthcare. See how healthcare systems and those that design, build, and operate healthcare facilities are part of the solution to this complex issue.

Spotting Healthcare & Life Science Real Estate Opportunities

Explore Houston’s healthcare real estate market. Understand how technology, supply and demand dynamics, financial markets, and shifting landlord strategies are creating new opportunities and competitors for traditional healthcare providers. Get the perspectives of landlords, developers, investors, real estate brokers, and health systems. See what’s over the horizon, identify the opportunities, weight the risks, and recognize the rewards.

A Deep Dive Into Adaptive Reuse

Adaptive Reuse & Reconstruction Opportunities for Healthcare & Life Science Facilities

Converting office, retail, or industrial buildings to healthcare and life science use is not a simple process. Ceiling heights, infrastructure upgrades, uneven floors, and regulatory codes are just the beginning of a long list of idiosyncrasies. Yet, a great location, speed to market, and minimizing environmental impact are worth it. Similarly, reconstructing facilities a healthcare system already owns to other healthcare uses can offer many benefits. Explore lessons learned. See how to identify opportunities, reduce risks, save time, and create value.

Emerging Best Practices

Holistic Approach to Bidding Projects

While the budget is the budget, many healthcare systems have benefited by taking a holistic view of project procurement. By placing greater focus on total cost of ownership they can stay in budget and reduce the overall organizational risk inherent with the low cost bidder on every line item approach.

Future Proof: Creating Market Responsive Spaces

Today, healthcare providers must adapt quickly, seamlessly, and cost effectively to a torrent of changes. Explore if and how in-person and digital care spaces can work together. Since the return-to-work issue is still in flux, what does the future for non-clinical space look like? Examine how to reduce the time and cost of change in today’s time accelerated environment.

Money Saving Solutions You Can Use Tomorrow

Nano Sessions on money saving solutions you can put to work immediately.