The director of our health practice, Mike Pukszta, AIA, will present “Design Process as a Catalyst for New Care Delivery Models and Reduced Cost of Care” at the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) 2018 Congress on Healthcare Leadership. Mike will co-present alongside Mary Johnson, Chief Operating Officer of University of Minnesota Physicians, who also served as the health system’s project lead for the new Clinics and Surgery Center.
There will be two opportunities to catch Mike and Mary’s presentation – on Wednesday, March 28th from 4:15 PM to 5:45 PM and again on Thursday, March 29th from 8:45 AM to 10:15 AM. Attendees will learn how increased demand for convenience impacts the building program and space configuration, focusing on interprofessional team collaboration and new workplace models. Read the full session description below:
In the world of academic medical centers, change can sometimes be challenging. When the University of Minnesota Health began to design their new Clinics and Surgery Center, their objectives were three-fold: elevate an interprofessional care delivery model; provide a patient experience that is centered upon convenience, accessibility and market differentiation; and create operational efficiencies that will reduce the cost of care. This seminar will present the story of an institution that used a capital investment process to make a quantum leap in ambulatory care delivery — one that caught enough attention to be named a Fast Company Most Innovative Spaces and Places of the Year.
To register for this event, visit the official congress website.