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COVID-19: 2020 and Beyond: Applying Lessons Learned to Next Generation Healthcare


When: July 23, 2020
Time: 11:00am Pacific
Price: FREE**

1 unit EDAC continuing education
1 unit AIA continuing education**
IDCEC credit also available**

CEU forms will be made available day of webinar

Dialogue Details

  • 1 1/4 hours
  • Guided panel discussion
  • Interactive, live attendee chat with extended, facilitated Q&A
  • Post-dialogue recording, resources and chat notes

CEUs

COVID-19 Webinar Series: Voices of the Industry 
Three Dialogues Examining COVID-19 and the Built Environment

A virtual exchange of experiences, insights and expectations among exemplars of the healthcare and design industries.



Dialogue #3: The healthcare industry and the built environment that supports it has seen unprecedented change and evolution of innovative care practices, solutions, and settings. As we find ourselves entering the Summer and looking back on what has occurred and what we have learned, it is clear that “return to normal” will not be the new normal. It is predicted that moving forward, healthcare delivery will occur everywhere and in new and alternative settings and that where we live, work and conduct our lives will continue to morph and meld. Join this panel of industry leaders for a dynamic and frank discussion about what we’ve seen and where we are headed, including:

  • Looking back, what do we know today and what key differences from traditional elements of care delivery will shape the future of health and healthcare?
  • Based on our experience, where are the new horizons for the next generation of care delivery settings? (i.e. Those things we didn’t see or recognize previously that are now possible and can be explored with fresh eyes.)
  • How will what we know and understand about healthcare now, influence other environments moving forward including education, workplace, and community?
  • What’s next and where we go from here?

 


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Presenting Faculty

Panelists

Hank Adams, AIA, FACHA, EDAC, Global Director, Health, HDR

Hank guides the firm’s skilled and imaginative thought leaders who work with healthcare clients to successfully solve the universal challenges of health and wellness. He leads our planners, strategists, clinical specialists, economic analysts, designers and architects in seven countries as they implement evidence-based design and best practices to foster our ultimate goal: improving patient outcomes.

Hank has a passion for healthcare and a unique insight into the entire continuum of care. He has 30 years of experience as a healthcare principal, project manager, healthcare planner and business developer. He is a frequent speaker, columnist and advocate for healthcare design and its impact on healthcare delivery and outcomes. He is board certified by the American College of Healthcare Architects in the specialty of healthcare design and has been granted fellowship status. Hank is EDAC accredited in the application of evidence-based research in the design of physical environments.
 

Dana Boyd Barr, Research Professor, Faculty, Environmental Health, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University

After a 23-year career with CDC and 5 years as Emory/RSPH adjunct faculty, Dr. Barr accepted a faculty appointment at Emory's Rollins School of Public Health in 2010. She co-directs RSPH's Laboratory for Exposure Assessment and Development in Environmental Research (LEADER; leaderlaboratory.org).  Dr. Barr is the Director of the Analytic Core/Targeted Research Resource of the NIH-funded Human Exposome Research Center: Understanding Lifetime Exposures (HERCULES) and Children's Health Exposure Assessment Resource (CHEAR), respectively.  These centers provide analytic support for a variety of exposome-related environmental health studies. Dr. Barr also directs the Biomarker Core of the Household Air Pollution Invervention Network Trial (HAPIN), a large multi-site international study evaluating the effectiveness of clean-burning gas stoves in reducing household biomass-burning exposures and their resulting health outcomes in India, Peru, Rwanda and Guatemala. She also directs "Project 1: Characterizing Exposures in an Urban Environment (CHERUB)" of Emory's joint SON and RSPH Center for Children's Health, Environment, Microbiome and Metabolome (C-CHEM2) which seeks to understand unique exposures of concern in an SES-diverse African American birth cohort in Atlanta and their relation with microbiota, endogenous metabolic perturbations and neurodevelopment.  Her other research focuses on understanding prenatal exposures and neurodevelopment in a Southeast Asian birth cohort, the SAWASDEE study, in Thailand.  Dr. Barr is a Deputy Editor for Environmental Health Perspectives, Editor Emeritus of the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology and past-president of the International Society of Exposure Science. She was recognized as a Thomas Reuters Top Cited Scientist in Environment/Ecology in 2014, 2015 and 2116 and was listed in Thomson Reuters World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds in 2014.  Dr. Barr's research involves using analytical chemistry to assess exposure to a variety of environmental toxicants, an area called exposure science.  She uses these data to evaluate sources of exposure or risks from exposure with a primary focus on maternal-child health issues.

 

Lionel Ohayon, Founder and CEO, ICRAVE

Lionel Ohayon, is the founder and CEO of ICRAVE, a leading design firm based in New York City that solves business challenges through strategy and design. Since launching ICRAVE in 2002, Ohayon has grown the studio into an internationally renowned practice that drives clients' bottom line by designing spaces as experiences that capture people’s attention. Ohayon and his team work with Fortune 500 companies, top developers and other retail innovators to create award-winning work spanning healthcare, airports, air travel and cruise, hospitality and entertainment, and mixed-use residential.

Ohayon is passionate about fostering creativity in the world around him, and is a member of Fast Company’s Impact Council as well as the International WELL Building Institute’s (IWBI) COVID-19 Task Force. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and three children. Ohayon graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. 

 

Moderator

Thomas M. Jung, RA, Board of Directors, The Center for Health Design

Tom Jung has over 30 years in the healthcare design field, with a primary focus on regulatory compliance and coordination. Spending 24 years with the New York State Department of Health’s Certificate of Need Program, Tom directed the effort for 16 of those years while overseeing the review and approval of more than $2 billion dollars of new projects annually. He is a founding member of The Center for Health Design’s Environmental Standards Council, and attributes that first and ongoing experience as a major influence on the nature of his communication with the designers and providers seeking state licensure.

Tom has also been intimately involved with development of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Facilities since 1997, including Facilities Guidelines Institute board membership between 2003 and 2014, and served as CEO of the Facility Guidelines Institute for one year, stepping down in February 2015. He presently consults with a select number of clients on a limited basis.