Construction/Remodeling Plan Review for Health Care Facilities: Health Care Built Environment Conference and Committee
The Health Care Built Environment conference brings together leaders in health care facility design, construction, and operations. The conference provides helpful information for:
- Health care facility owners and managers.
- Government officials.
- Division of Quality Assurance (DQA) life safety code surveyors.
We gather feedback from all stakeholders. We use this insight to plan the next conference.
The Health Care Built Environment Committee
The Health Care Built Environment Committee was established in 2016. The committee hosts discussions about health care facility construction. The goal is to highlight Wisconsin as a leader in environments focused on health, safety, and wellbeing.
The committee includes people from:
- Health care.
- Government agencies.
The Health Care Built Environment Committee meets quarterly. They discuss rules, regulations, and building challenges.
Contact your professional organization to verify participation.
This conference was held on March 14, 2018. Below is a list of the presentations from the 2018 conference.
- Achieving 20% Across-the-Board Operational Cuts with Lean (PDF)
- Adaptive Reuse of Vacated Hospital and Healthcare Buildings (PDF)
- Integrated Lean Project Delivery (PDF)
- Innovative Virtual Regulatory Review, Through a Collaborative Team Environment (PDF)
- LTC Adaptive Reuse: The process to reclaiming and revitalizing healthcare physical environments (PDF)
- Project Readiness Assessment: Key Decision Points for Success (PDF)
- Panel Discussion (PDF)—Challenges and Optimal Outcomes in: Team Selection, Project Goals, Design Reviews, Construction Progress, Occupancy Outcomes, and Operational Success
This conference was held on October 27, 2016. Below is a list of presentation from the 2016 conference. Many of them are videos.
- Health Care Industry: Focused Data Independence, Kimon Onuma
- Regulatory Impact on the State of Healthcare (PDF), Jonathan Flannery
- Capital Improvement Development Process at Hospitals, Jonathan Flannery
- Meeting the Owner’s Expectations Through Design (PDF), Joel Boado
- Collaboration, Data, and Technology Nexus, Robert Wible
- Importance of the Partnership for a Health Care Project, Gale Price, James Bartl
- Responsive Construction Codes for a Complex and Rapidly Changing Environment
- Building Communication Brad Dubinsky
- Building Communication (PDF)
- Next Steps, Kimon Onuma