Dr. Manuel Hernandez, a practicing emergency medicine physician and leader of CannonDesign’s Health practice, will be presenting at U.S. News & World Report’s Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference in Washington D.C. on November 3rd and 4th.
The presentation, titled “Campus Master Planning: Strategies for Optimizing Health System Performance and Outcomes,” will take place as part of the Breakfast Roundtable series both on Thursday and Friday.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Healthcare of Tomorrow leadership forum will bring forward-thinking executives together to exchange ideas, best practices, and set new standards for patient care.
More on the presentation topic:
In the past, campus master planning exercises have been focused largely on translating future demand into space requirements and using this information to inform how the campus will evolve over time. The new healthcare paradigm — focused on value-based purchasing, population health and evolving workforce models — dictates that health systems must develop integrated solutions informed by clinical, operational, strategic and experiential perspectives to drive optimal outcomes. To respond to this new reality, health systems must adapt their planning frameworks. During this session, a new framework for strategic campus master planning that leverages quantitative, qualitative and experiential components will be presented. This framework focuses on ensuring the planning process delivers solutions that optimize performance and outcomes across the clinical enterprise.