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Health Care Institute of IFMA


Event Details

  Wednesday, June 7th  
  The Starr Center  

185 Cambridge St, 2nd floor

  Boston MA 02114  
  Located on campus of Schepens Eye Research Institute/ Massachusetts Eye & Ear. The Starr Center was created to promote collaboration & communication for the scientific and medical community.  
  7:45 to 8:30 AM:
Registration/ Continental Breakfast
  8:30 AM to Noon:
Morning Program
  Noon to 1:00 PM:
Lunch (provided for full day attendees only)
  1:00 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)  
  -In Advance rates will end after June 1st  
  -Full day attendees who register in a group of 4+ will receive 25% off  

  *Full Day Attendance



In Advance-Health Care Institute of IFMA Member



In Advance- non-member

  $279 Attendee fee after Thursday, June 1st  
There is an automatic 25% discount for full-day attendees who register as a group of 4+ (includes lunch)
   Half Day Attendance*
  $99 In Advance-HCI & IFMA Members  
  $139 In Advance- non-members  
  $189 Attendee fee after Thursday, June 1st  
  *excludes lunch  
Educational Credits
  Earn Up to 5 Hours  
IFMA - CFM Points
Engineers - PDH Hours

Industry Partners

- AD Systems  
- Archoustics  
- Camfil  
- DPR Construction  


DuPont Surfaces  
- Gleeson Powers  
- Imaginit  
- Planon  
- Revista  
- Schneider Electric  


Specified Technologies, Inc  
Media Partners

Education Partner

       June 07, 2017 - Boston


    Not Your Usual Healthcare Event

  • “One of the best day-long events I have attended”

  • “Fast fire”

  • “Unbiased approach to sensitive issues"

  • “Variety of topics from real estate to design to facilities management & code were great"

  • “Great to hear from end users directly”

  • "Very organized with great speakers. Facilitator was AWESOME, space was great”

  Where Oh Where is Healthcare Going?

What’s next for healthcare? An inside look at the numbers, and political and financial realities that will reshape healthcare in the US, and New England. Bring your perspective as this interactive session includes an opinion poll.

  Led by Tod Fetherling, CEO of Perception Health
  How Academic Medical Centers and Community Hospitals Join Up to Form Regional Powerhouses

A New England Case Example


Stephen Carbery, Vice President Facilities Design Construction and Real Estate, Yale New Haven Health
Hamilton Espinosa, National Healthcare Leader, DPR Construction

Mario J. Vieira, AIA, Principal, Shepley Bulfinch

  Insider’s View of Changes in FGI Guidelines for Hospitals & Medical Centers

The Joint Commission, many federal agencies, and authorities in over 44 states (including the New England states) use the Guidelines as either a code or a reference standard when reviewing, approving, and financing projects or surveying, licensing, certifying, or accrediting newly constructed facilities. The 2018 FGI Guidelines will be issued as three documents – Hospitals/Outpatient/Residential in late 2017. Here’s the inside scoop major changes being considered in the revision.

  Led by David Uhaze, Vice Chairman, FGI Health Guidelines Revisions Committee
  How to Implement the New FGI Guidelines for Hospitals & Outpatient Care Facilities

Dana E. Swenson, PE, MBA, Senior Vice President/Chief Facilities Officer, UMass Memorial Health Care System

Paula Wright, Project Manager/Infection Control Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital 

  Technologies Reshaping Design, Operations & Performance in Healthcare Facilities

Led by Chris Roberts, Global Solutions Architect for Healthcare, Schneider Electric

  Technology That Allows You to Grapple Efficiently with Millions of Square Feet in Hundreds of Locations
  Led by Phil Russell, Healthcare Business Consultant, Planon
  Connecting the Dots between Real Estate, Design, Construction and Building Material Disciplines in Next Generation Medical & Life Sciences Buildings

Projects fail to reach their full potential because people fail to tap the knowledge of other disciplines. A team of savvy pros will share how they connect the dots to avoid needless changes, delays, and added costs.


Jeffrey Drucker, Regional VP/Northeast & New England Regions, ARRAY

Robert Foster, Senior Vice President, Leggat McCall Properties
Thomas A. Mann, Jr., Director, Facilities Development & Planning, CharterCARE Health Partners

  What’s Driving the New England Healthcare & Life Sciences Real Estate Market
  Overview of Sales and Leasing Trends led by Mike Hargrave, Principal of Revista, nation’s biggest supplier of medical building data

Roundtable of New England Real Estate Specialists Forecast Implications for Buyers, Sellers, Tenants, and Lessors with Mindy Berman, Managing Director, Capital Markets, JLL

  How Will Life Science Get the Space It Needs to Thrive?
  How Reduced Reimbursements, Consolidation, and New Healthcare Delivery Models Impact Rents, Occupancy, Operations, and New Acute and Ambulatory Care Projects