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  Monday, September 19th  
     
  Vivian and Seymour Milstein Family Heart Center  
 

Heart Conference Center-Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium

 
  New York-Presbyterian Hospital  
  173 Fort Washington Ave  
  New York, NY 10032  
     
  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 (includes lunch)  
  2. Attend morning sessions only (excludes lunch)  
  3. Attend afternoon sessions only (excludes lunch)  
     
  NOTES:  
  -In Advance rates will end September 9th  
  -Full day attendees who register in a group of 4+ will receive 25% off  
 

  *Full Day Attendance

       
 

$159

In Advance-IFMA, HESGNY & HFMSNJ Professional Members, and AIA Members

 
 

$195

In Advance- non-members

 
  $269 Attendee fee after September 9th  
     
 
*There is an automatic 25% discount for full-day attendees who register as a group of 4+
 
     
   Half Day Attendance
       
  $109 In Advance-IFMA, HESGNY & HFMSNJ Professional Members, and AIA Members  
  $135 In Advance- non-members  
  $169 Attendee fee after September 9th  
     
Educational Credits
     
  Earn Up to 5 Hours  
  AIA (HSW)
AHA - CHFM, CHESP Hours
IFMA - CFM Points
Engineers - PDH Hours
 
     

Program Co-Chairs

     
  -Sukhjit Tom Singh
Field Director, Facilities Operations Regulatory Compliance, New York Presbyterian
 
     
  -Larry Borsinger
Director, Facilities Operations Regulatory Compliance, New York Presbyterian
 
     

Industry Partners

     
- Array Architects  
- Aridus  
- Assa Abloy  
- Camfil  
- Colliers International  
- DuPont Surfaces  
- Grainger  
- Jensen Hughes  
- Kawneer  
- Koffel Associates  
- Lane Office  
- Schneider Electric  
- Sika Sarnafil  
- Skanska  
- Specified Technologies Inc  
- Tarkett  
- Wexler Healthcare Properties  

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WM Industries  
     
Media Partners
     
 

 
     
Education Partner
     
   
     
    September 19, 2016 - New York    Learn More About Our Summit Speakers
 
 

 
 

New York’s Premier Healthcare Event: “Wonderful information, well presented and exciting new concepts, materials, strategies”

 
   
  Sessions Include:
   
 

Heads Up on Healthcare – The Next 5-Years

We asked healthcare’s top thinkers to look past the political rhetoric and share how they think things are going to shake out over the next 5-years. Expect an off-script conversation on the twists and turns to expect as we continue to reform healthcare after the election. We will discuss the challenges, opportunities, dead-ends, and possible game changers – so be ready to take notes.

-David Peknay, Director, Corporate Healthcare Ratings, S&P Global Ratings Services (formerly Standard & Poors)

-David Sandman, President & CEO, New York State Health Foundation

   
 

The Never-Ending Compliance Challenge – How Environment of Care Regulations are Driving the Design, Construction & Operation of Medical Facilities

Get the latest information on the rules that influence every aspect of healthcare facilities.

 

The Joint Commission
Learn first-hand the changes put into effect with newly released SAFER matrix. Get tips on how to avoid problems, make your life easier, and improve safety in healthcare facilities. “Change is coming, but it’ll be better,” says TJC spokesperson, “there’s no black magic involved.”

-Dodd Day, MAS, CSP, CHSP, CPP, Life Safety Code Surveyor, The Joint Commission

 

Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Understand the recent rule changes issued by CMS. These new rules update the Life Safety Code to the 2012 edition and change some of the reference standards. Hear the experts explain what it means; how it affects your new and existing facilities; and the impact on costs and operations.

-Eric Babcock, Director/NY, Jensen Hughes

   
 

Quiz the Experts

An experienced panel of experts will field all your questions, everything from New York’s new cooling tower laws to striking the proper balance between security and life safety.

   
  Cyber Attack! 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. Because most hospitals have internet accessible controls for their facilities infrastructure, this gives hackers multiple entry points to steal healthcare data or create life-threatening problems. Healthcare operators and their architects and engineers can significantly reduce their vulnerability by following “7 Golden Guidelines.”
-Fred Cohn, Program Manager, Schneider Electric, and Consultant to MIT Research & Department of Homeland Security National Cybersecurity Communications Integration Center (NCCIC)
   
 

TEDx Talks: Latest Research, Design, Construction & Real Estate Solutions
Series of quick hitting presentations covering:

 

Repurposing Unconventional Sites for Healthcare

-Jeffrey Drucker, Regional VP/Northeast Region, Array Architects

 

Case Example on Speeding Your Project to Market with Modularity

-Akua Lesesne, Team Leader/Global Branding & Innovation, DIRTT Environmental Solutions

   
 

Design Construction Forum – Real Life Experiences from Major Stakeholders in NY

 

Acute Care: Where Design/Construction Intersects with Operations
Hospitals are constantly remodeling, updating equipment and adding new technologies. Learn how a team of pros is grappling with time constraints, regulations, patient safety, and keeping departments operational during a major project
-Joseph Lorino, PE, LEED AP, Vice President, Facilities Management,
New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell

-Evan Wyner, Project Management Colliers International’s Northeast Team

 

Outpatient Facilities: Where Real Estate Intersects with Design & Construction
What it takes to site, build, open, and avoid budget breaking surprises in the surging outpatient and MOB market

-Guy Leibler, President, Simone Healthcare Development
-Jeff Rosser, Vice President, Skanska USA
-Paul Wexler, Leader, Wexler Healthcare Properties

 
 

New York’s Healthcare Real Estate Market – The Story Behind The Numbers
Get the latest research and analysis on what is truly happening in the healthcare real estate market. Here are the nuggets you really need to accurately gauge whether the value of your buildings and land may be headed north or south.

-Mike Hargrave, Principal, Revista

   
 

Lease or Own Debate for Healthcare Providers
Hear both sides of lease versus own debate. This session examines the issues, opportunities, benefits, and associated risks of leasing and owning healthcare real estate in New York’s ever-changing real estate market. Only by understanding the real issues and the true costs of both strategies can you make the right decision.

-Jeffrey H. Cooper, Managing Director, Healthcare Real Estate Capital, New York

-Mary Beth Kuzmanovich, National Director/Health Services, Colliers Intl.

-Jay Miele, Managing Director, Hammond Hanlon Camp