International Quality & Productivity Center’s Next Generation Healthcare Facilities Summit will be held Feb. 10-12 in Santa Monica, Calif. More than 24 experts will discuss the principles of healthcare facility design in regard to architectural vision, cleanliness, indoor environmental quality, energy efficiency, daylighting, acoustic control and more.
The conference unites architects, engineers, healthcare professionals, real estate developers, facility managers and all other industry stakeholders. The summit will ensure attendees fulfill the quest to get answers pertaining to areas such as profitability, quality assurance of hospitals and outpatient construction projects.
Summit conference session topics include:
- Utilizing Building Information Modeling, Energy Audits and Life-Cycle Assessments to increase energy efficiency, assess LEED certification and lower utility costs.
- How regenerative design and aspects of a facility’s interior can promote patient wellness by attracting and retaining the best doctors and HMOs.
- Assessing the importance and value of using Integrated Project Delivery to achieve efficiency during construction.
- Evaluate the impact of the Affordable Care Act and HIPPA regulations on healthcare facility design.
For more information, visit www.nextgenhealthcarefacilities.com.
Posted December 9, 2013