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Association of Medical Facility Professionals (AMFP)


Event Details

  Thursday, April 25th  
222 W Merchandise Mart Plaza
Suite 1230
Chicago, IL 60654
  7:45 AM to 8:30 AM:
Registration/Continental Breakfast
  8:30 AM to 12:00 PM:
Morning Program
  12:00 PM to 12:45 PM:
  12:45 to 3:15 PM:
Afternoon Program
  *All full day registrations include Luncheon  

  Registration Cost



Full Day In Advance: Healthcare Providers (Employed by Health System or Clinic) 



Full Day In Advance: Members of AMFP



Full Day In Advance: Non-Members

  NOTE: Advance registration ends at midnight on April 19th  
  $269 Full Day Attendees beginning April 20th  
  $129 Afternoon-Only Attendees (does not include the luncheon)  
  $289 At the Door  
NOTE: There is an automatic 25% group discount for attendees who register as a group of 4+
Educational Credits
  Earn Up to 5 Hours  
IFMA - CFM Points
Engineers - PDH Hours

Industry Partners


Assa Abloy

Global Furniture Group
nora systems, inc.

Schneider Electric


Vector Security Networks


Media Partners

Educational  Co-Hosts


    April 25, 2019 - Chicago    See our Chicago Summit Recap

  2019's Rapid Fire Healthcare Event of the Year

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

“Presentations were right amount of time”
“Variety of topics from real estate, to design, to facilities management & code were great"

“Case studies by experienced pros”

“Lot’s of great, useful information I will reference in my upcoming meeting”

  • Attendees Get Take Home Copies of Presentations. Yes, All the Slides!
  • Educational Credits: Earn Up to 5 CEUs
  • Discounts Apply for Association of Medical Facility Professionals (AMFP)
  • Includes Continental Breakfast, Lunch & Plenty of Networking
  Networking/Registration: 7:45 am to 8:30 am
  Morning Sessions: 8:30 am to Noon
  Is Healthcare Plan Marketplace Flipping Upside Down Again - What It All Means to You.
  Jimmy Lee, Healthcare Executive Who Serves on Multiple Boards of Healthcare Advisory Firms
  Demystifying Population Health Management and Its Impact on Facilities
  Douglas King, Principal Architect, Stantec Architecture Inc.
  Victoria Navarro, MBA-HCM, Regional Director of Planning, Design & Construction, Advocate Aurora Health
  Kim M. Miller, PsyD, Director of Advocate Trauma Recovery Center, Advocate Christ Hospital
  Bonnie Condon, VP Community Health and VP Faith Outreach, Advocate Aurora Health
  Healthcare Security: Guns, Guards, Gates & Technology - Discover how to integrate people, procedure, design, hardware, and technology to create effective physical and data security.
  Barney McGrane, System Director of Public Safety, Edward Elmhurst Health and Vice Chair of Chicago Chapter of IAHSS
  Steve Nibbelink, Healthcare Segment Director, Vector Security Networks; IAHSS Foundation Board of Directors and Past President
  Moe Salahuddin, Regional Manager, Strategic Programs and Physical Security Technology, Northwestern Memorial HealthCare, and President of Chicago Chapter of IAHSS
  Internet of Things: Maximize the Benefits While Minimizing Risks to Patients and Healthcare Facilities - The number of IoT connected devices in healthcare has skyrocketed; sadly so has cyber-attacks. Fully integrating cyber security into a healthcare system’s facilities is an Environment of Care issue. Protect patients, medical records, and buildings from threats.
  Led by Jesse Wiegand, Cybersecurity Program Manager, Schneider Electric
  Luncheon/Networking: Noon to 12:45 pm
  Afternoon Sessions: 12:45 to 3:15 pm
  Large Scale, Real Time Savings with Technology Breakthroughs via Modular and Prefabrication Models
  Led by Tim Swanson, Chief Design Officer, Skender, Other Panelists TBA
  What's Really Driving Demand for More Medical Facilities in U.S., Illinois and Chicago - A look at the most relevant numbers and what they tell us. Understand how demographics, the shift to outpatient care, the physician shortage, and the trend of doctors as employees is driving the demand for more medical facilities
  Alan Whitson, President of Corporate Realty Design & Management Institute
  Chicagoland Healthcare Real Estate Market – Who’s Buying, Who’s Selling, Who’s Building, and Why - A Two Part Session:
1. Latest research from Revista, owner of the nation’s most authoritative medical buildings database. Revista analysis shows the most active buyers are in Chicago
2. Conversation with one of the nation’s largest healthcare real estate investors. Heitman is a Chicago based global real estate investment management firm with $41.7 billion in assets under management. Understand how they look at the market, their acquisition methodology, and how large investors create opportunities for developers of medical real estate, contractors, and healthcare providers.
  Michael Carney, Asst. Vice President/Research Analysis
  Alexander Vasileff, Asst Vice President/Acquisitions
  Creating a Winning Diversity Strategy and Avoiding the Recent Struggles - This “Quick Talk” is a primer from three sides: Healthcare systems wanting more diversity from their consultants, AEC firms seeking minority firms as partners, minority AEC firms seeking partners.

Gary Collins, Senior Director/Healthcare, Virtual Energy Solutions

  Brian Radakovitz, Regional Director, Medxcel Facilities Management, responsible for 150 healthcare properties
  Send Inquiries to...
  Sponsorships/Participating Partners:
       Glenn Fischer, 971-219-0563, gfischer@squarefootage.net
       Jack Curley, 201-805-9529, jcreade@optonline.net
  Requests to Present or Obtain Panel Seat Consideration:
       awhitson@squarefootage.net or gfischer@squarefootage.net