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The five top areas for facilities initiatives on the part of leading academic medical, nursing, and allied health institutions are:
- Improving space utilization and management
- Modernizing existing facilities
- Formulating and launching new capital building projects
- Creating new collaborative environments for learning and working
- Lowering operational costs
These initiatives are delivering results in increasing institutional competitiveness, competency, teamwork, and productivity. They are serving to forge new collaborative links between research, education, and clinical care. Capital dollars are going farther, and operating expenses are being lowered.
This is your institution’s opportunity to benchmark strategic facility, academic program, and financial plans for research, education, and clinical care against a new wave of peer-institution initiatives that are addressing the rapidly changing landscape of healthcare and to get the details on what is being done to achieve:
- Asset alignment for the new healthcare economy
- Higher utilization of space and equipment
- Better educational outcomes for medical, nursing, and allied health programs
- Improved research performance
- More productive collaborative processes
- Accelerated knowledge translation
- Lower operating costs
- Greater physical capacity
- Increased program and facility flexibility
- Improved capital planning processes
- Higher overall program productivity
- New institutional planning for a changing healthcare economy
PLUS! This pre-conference course on Oct. 5th!
- The Fundamentals of Space Planning and Management for Academic Medical and Health Science Centers
PLUS! Tour these outstanding medical and health science facilities!
- Solomont Clinical Simulation and Nursing Education Center at Boston Medical Center
- Carl J. and Ruth Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center at Boston Medical Center
- Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
Attend with your planning team (capital projects, facility operations, finance, administration for education, research, and clinical) to get the major stakeholders on the same planning page for the most successful facilities and academic programs possible.
If you would like to participate as a speaker, exhibitor, or sponsor, or would like updates as they become available please email Marketing@TradelineInc.com or call (925) 254-1744 x 119.
Who Should Attend?
This conference is the annual meeting for those involved in facilities planning and construction, academic program planning, finance and capital planning, space planning and management, real estate development and financing, administration, and operation of academic medical & health science centers (i.e. medical schools, nursing programs, allied health professions programs, research centers, and hospitals and clinics).