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Effect of Hybrid Workplaces in Texas Health Facilities

Course Description

Clinical and nonclinical work patterns in healthcare have changed. The rise of telehealth and telework in addition to coping with COVID-19 protocols calls for rethinking the model for planning, design, construction, real estate, and financial decisions.

Here’s what we’re digging into:

  • How will these changes reshape the facilities mix of healthcare systems?
  • What types of medical facilities will dominate the future landscape in Texas?
  • Which issues are vital when deciding to renovate, repurpose, or build new?
  • What are pros and cons of repurposing non-medical properties?
  • What construction solutions are bringing new efficiencies to job site?
  • What recent surveys say about returning everyone to their workplaces, and space they’ll work in

Learning Objectives

  • Identify changes in work patterns that will affect design of non-clinical spaces
  • Ascertain the long term impact of telehealth will have on design of clinics and MOBs
  • Recognize the type of medical facilities that will predominantly be built in future, and market forces driving these construction trends
  • Learn the traps to avoid in attempting to repurpose retail and office properties for medical use

Roundtable Panelists:

  • Charles Shelburne, VP Campus Planning/Baylor Scott & White, and VP/AMFP North Texas Chapter.
  • Mike Conn, Executive VP of Development & Construction, Meridian
  • Michael Corey, Managing Partner, Synergis Development Partners LLC
  • Paul McCleary, Senior Vice President, Medistar
  • Jade Franklin, Director Workplace Strategy, Knoll

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EDAC Course ID:
May 19, 2021
Class Frequency: