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Event Details

     
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  Wednesday, April 6th  
     
  Mortenson Training Center  
  700 Meadow Lane N  
  Minneapolis, MN 55422  
     
  7:45 to 8:30 AM:
Registration/ Continental Breakfast
 
  8:30 AM to Noon:
Morning Program
 
  Noon to 12:45 PM:
Luncheon
 
  12:45 to 3:45 PM:
Afternoon Program
 
     

Registration Fees

     
  Attendees have the following options:  
  1. Register for entire summit (luncheon provided)  
  2. Attend morning sessions only  
  3. Attend afternoon sessions only  
     
  PLEASE NOTE: In Advance rates will end March 31st  
 

  *Full Day Attendance

       
 

$139

In Advance-AIA, TCHEA or IFMA professional members

 
 

$175

In Advance-non-members

 
  $249 Attendee fee after March 31st  
     
 
*There is an automatic 25% discount for full day attendees who register as a group of 4+
 
     
   Half Day Attendance
       
  $89 In Advance-AIA, TCHEA or IFMA professional members  
  $115 In Advance-non-members  
  $149 Attendee fee after March 31st  
     
Educational Credits
     
  Earn Up to 5 Hours  
  AIA (HSW)
AHA - CHFM, CHESP Hours
IFMA - CFM Points
Engineers - PDH Hours
 
     
Breakfast-Luncheon Host
     
     
   
     
     

Industry Partners

     
  -Aridus  
  -Camfil  
  -CFS Interiors & Flooring  
  -DuPont Building Innovations  
  -Humanscale  
  -Kawneer  
  -Schneider Electric  
  -Specified Technologies Inc  
  -ThyssenKrupp Elevator  
     
Media Partners
     
  -FacilityCare  
     
 

 
     
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    April 6, 2016 - Minneapolis     Learn More About This Summit's Speakers
   
   

Morning Sessions:

What’s In, What’s Out in Tomorrow’s Healthcare System – A Candid Off Script Dialogue with Senior Healthcare Leaders
 

Competition, consolidation, and a changing economic model are forcing a dramatic rethink of the hospital we’ve known for the past century. No formal presentations in this session – just tough questions and real answers. Be sure to take notes as we dig deep into the thinking of strategic leaders on future size, scope, location, mergers & acquisition, facility types, service lines, and ownership.
-Gerry Gilbertson, CEO/Administrator, CentraCare Health-Melrose
-Ray Piirainen, Director of Real Estate, Fairview Health Services

-Helen Strike, President, Allina Health-Unity Hospital

 


 

Understanding How Environment of Care Regulations are Driving Design, Construction & Operation of Medical Facilities (Including Top 8 Most Cited Requirements and What TJC is Uncovering in Ambulatory Clinics)
 

-Peter Jaroscak, Life Safety Code Specialist, The Joint Commission

 



Quiz the Code Experts: An Interactive Q&A Discussion of Regulatory Issues
-Peter Jaroscak of TJC, Gary Hempeck, Director of Facilities and Life Safety Compliance at Hennepin County Medical Center, and Other Regulatory Code Experts

 


 

CyberAttack: Infrastructure Guidelines to Thwart Data Thieves & Hackers
 

When data thieves and hackers want to break into a healthcare provider’s network, the building automation system is where they love to probe. Most hospitals have Internet accessible controls for their facilities infrastructure which gives hackers multiple entry points to steal healthcare data or create life-threatening problems. Healthcare operators along with their architects and engineers can significantly reduce their vulnerability by following a half-dozen very important guidelines.
 

-Fred Cohn, Program Manager, Schneider Electric, and Consultant to MIT Research & Department of Homeland Security NCCIC (National Cybersecurity Communications Integration Center)

 


 

Luncheon

 


Afternoon Sessions:

ACA One Year after Implementation – Winners, Losers and Shifting Thoughts of Healthcare Leaders
 

The Affordable Care Act has changed the game for healthcare providers in ways few expected. A year after implementation, here’s what the law means for them. We’re just beginning to see the healthcare industry’s future shift coming into sharper focus.
-Results of Healthcare Leaders Survey Commissioned by Mortenson Construction with Larry Arndt, General Manager of Chicago office, and Mike Pedersen, General Manager of Twin Cities office

 


 

Reimagining Outpatient Care Facilities for the Future
 

This session combines the best of the TED format and traditional poster session to give attendees the latest research, and innovative solutions.
-Kelly Macken-Marble, MAOM, CMPE, President, Population Health & Ambulatory Services, North Memorial Health Care

-Kristin J. Moore, LEED AP, Director of Healthcare, DIRTT Environmental Solutions

 


 

Negotiating Healthcare Leases: How Owners & Healthcare Providers Can Avoid Costly Missteps

  • Regulatory Traps Snaring Landlords and Tenants in Clinics and MOBs

  • Leasing Strategies that Create Flexibility and Yield Win-Win Deals

  • Averting T/I Build Out Disputes in Leased Healthcare Facilities

  • Hot Button Issues in Leasing Outpatient Care Facilities in Retail and Office Buildings

-Joel Schurke, VP Real Estate & Facility Operations, M Health (University of Minnesota Physicians)
-Jeremy Jacobs,
Development Executive, MDI
-John Wheaton,
Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
-Moderator: B. Alan Whitson, RPA, Author of “327 Questions to Ask Before You Sign A Lease” and “Understanding Regulatory Issues in Leasing Medical Office Buildings and Healthcare Facilities”

     
   
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    The educational team at the Corporate Realty, Design & Management Institute and the Health Care Institute of IFMA are committed to delivering high quality educational events in local venues throughout North America.