Mike Pukszta and Deb Sheehan will be hosting roundtable sessions at U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow in Washington D.C. Now in its fifth year, the summit brings the nation’s top healthcare leaders together to exchange ideas, share best practices, and set new standards for patient care.

On November 2nd at 7:30 AM, Mike Pukszta will host a roundtable discussion titled, “Utilizing Technology and Flexible Design to Maximize the Ambulatory Hub for the Future.” The discussion will illustrate the positive impact technology can have on patient experience and operational efficiency through case studies that address how institutions have engaged new technology and ambulatory facility design to improve the patient experience, while at the same time improving utilization of staff and space.

On November 3rd at 7:30 AM, Deb Sheehan will lead “How the C-Suite Can Leverage Design-Led Delivery to Strengthen Balance Sheets: Increased ROI, Minimized Risk, Speed-to-Market Advantages.” Deb’s discussion will highlight recent examples of the design-led approach used by health providers where they’ve to achieved guaranteed price, allowed for reduced delivery timelines, increased certainty of predictable outcomes and accelerated revenue capture while essentially eliminating legal risk.

To register for these sessions, visit the U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow official website.