The Early Bird Rate for Pebble In Practice Workshop
The Emergency Department - Considerations for Innovation & Strategic Design Ends Soon!
Early Bird Rate - $625.00
After May 16, 2014 - $695.00
Date: June 19-20, 2014
Location: American Institute of Architects Chapter Office
130 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94104
Workshop Agenda and Presenters
Designing a new or renovating an existing emergency department is a high stakes opportunity. Today, more than ever, emergency department directors balance a range of competing priorities, including;
increased volume and patient acuity
primary care staffing shortages
delayed “up-stream” throughput, and other system bottle-necks
These challenges are coupled with the need to continually adapt to ever changing technology, ensure emergency preparedness and deliver in an era of accountable care.
Taught by nationally recognized experts, this workshop offers a review of design methodologies and benchmark challenges inherent in today’s emergency departments. Attendees will learn how to quantify and measure those challenges and explore innovations, processes and facility-based solutions. Attendees will obtain insight into optimal patient flow, researched-based process, design interventions and strategies that improve clinical outcomes, quality of care, and patient safety and satisfaction.
We would like to thank our workshop sponsors:
This Workshop is produced by The Center for Health Design Pebble-in-Practice Initiative, in conjunction with The MedStar Health Institute for Innovation (MI2), and the represented faculty.
Make Sure to RSVP for Next Week's Networking Reception & Educational Session for Healthcare Facility Design Professionals
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Herman Miller Showroom
600 14th Street, NW
You are invited to come, meet and connect with CHD Affiliate members and the regional healthcare design community at the Healthcare Facility Design Professional Networking event in Washington DC.
An educational session, worth one EDAC/AIA CEU, titled, "The Transformative Ambulatory Care Model, An Interim Report for the Healthcare Facility Design and Construction Community" will be presented by Adrian Hagerty, AIA, LEED AP, at 4:30 p.m. with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres immediately following.
This event is FREE to CHD Affiliate Members, Sponsors and
Sponsor Guests - please RSVP here.
Other professionals can attend for a small donation of $40.
More information including learning objectives can be found here.
We would like to thank our sponsors:
There's Still Time to Register for the Pebble in Practice Workshop:
How To Make the Functional Program a Recipe for Success
Date: Friday, May 30, 2014
Location: Steelcase WorkLife Center
4 Columbus Circle
New York, New York 10019
This one-day interactive Pebble in Practice workshop will provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the key components and stakeholders required for creating a successful project that meets an organization’s strategic goals and bottom line. Utilizing a fictional case scenario, attendees will work directly with the presenters who will share the owner's, the AHJ's and the design team's perpective.
Providing attendees with architecture, site and building planning key considerations from the design team's point of view are:
Alberto Salvatore, AIA, NCARB, EDAC
Co-founder and Principal, Salvatore Associates
With over 30 years of experience in healthcare architectural master planning, programming, department planning, and design, Alberto has successfully lead teams nationally and internationally on projects large and small. Over this time, he has come to understand and define the Physical Environment as only one of the system of components that define the Environment of Care that is required to be addressed in the design of Spaces and Places that support the wellbeing of our communities and care givers.
Jerry Smith, FASLA, EDAC, LEED AP
Principal, SMITH | GreenHealth Consulting, LLC
Trained as a landscape architect and an architect, Jerry Smith is Owner/Principal at SMITH | GreenHealth Consulting, LLC, based in Columbus, Ohio and licensed in New York. Jerry’s impact on the healthcare design industry is evidenced in the significant appointments and contributions he has made to transformational industry organizations, including the Environmental Standards Council of The Center for Health Design, the Steering Committee of the Green Guide for Health Care, the Technical Core and Human Health & Well-being Committees of the Sustainable Sites Initiative and the Board of Directors of the Ohio Chapter of the US Green Building Council.
Other workshop faculty include:
Thomas M. Jung, RA, CEO, Facilities Guidelines Institute
Richard Thomas, AIA, MBA, Senior Director for Capital Planning, Weill Cornell Medical College
Full Agenda and Faculty Bios Here
We would like to thank our workshop sponsor: