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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. In this webinar you will learn how two health systems are changing the way they design and build their facilities using simulation and technology along with modular and prefabricated products and components. With these changes there is a need to break down silos and improve collaboration in the project delivery process to enable this disruption to occur within the industry. Attend this webinar to gain their perspectives and how they are implementing these changes within the two organizations.
Don Orndoff is senior vice president of National Facilities Services at Kaiser Permanente, one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans, with an annual operating revenue of more than $50 billion. Often referred to as the model for the future of health care, Kaiser Permanente serves more than 10 million members. Founded in 1945, Kaiser Permanente pioneered the integrated delivery model, which, through a partnership between the health plan, hospitals, and Permanente medical groups, delivers high quality, coordinated care to members. This coordinated care delivery model enables sharp focus on prevention and affordable health care through the use of evidence-based medicine and industry-leading technology.
Will Lichtig is Executive VP, Performance & Innovation Resources at The Boldt Company. Will has worked with teams to develop and implement lean process for target value design, lean production planning and control, Built in Quality, lean problem solving, and other key processes that provide innovative approaches to project delivery. He also provides leadership coaching to project teams as they develop the wherewithal to deliver projects using lean methods. He is an recognized leader in the lean and integrated project delivery movements. He has been at the forefront in the development of Integrated Lean Project Delivery® process. He is a Board member and past Chairman of the Lean Construction Institute.
About the Built Environment Network:
BEN, established by The Center for Health Design in 2011, is a network of executive-level professionals who are dedicated to improving safety, quality, and sustainability in healthcare. BEN members participate in collegial discussions to help them guide the direction and future of the built environment within their own organizations and the industry. Learn more about how to join this collaborative network, by contacting Donna Deckard at 925-521-9404.