NEW! COVID-19 Alternate Care Sites: Town Hall – Lessons Learned from the Field
Speakers: Kara Brooks, Stan Shelton, Mike Zorich
The current pandemic has presented an urgent need for safe, clean space that is immediately available to be used as patient space. Many building types have been identified as a practical space type to be utilized for patient space. This webinar will be a town hall format for sharing lessons learned through the conversion process.
NEW! COVID-19 Alternate Care Sites: Utilizing Highly-Engineered Quick-Ship Modular Products for Current Isolation Environment Demands
Speakers: Kyle Weisman, Jeff Harris, Krista McDonald Biason
With the constantly evolving criteria required to address the surge of patients impacted by the COVID-19 virus, there are many options that health care organizations will explore and deploy. Options consist of revising existing clinical spaces, to renovating nonclinical spaces like hotels and conventions centers, to bringing temporary tents and structures on-site to house patients. When the need for true airborne infection isolation rooms (AIIRs) is required, a prefabricated, modular and scalable option is a viable alternative. The design team will share the concept of a self-sufficient, quick-ship free-standing hospital and the kit of parts architectural and engineering systems required to support this mission that meets the intent of the CDC recommendations.
NEW! COVID-19 Alternate Care Sites: Before You Repurpose Structured Parking for COVID-19 Patients
Speakers: John Purinton, Gordon Knowles
As health care workers man the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak, one of the challenges they’re forced to confront is how – and where – to manage the dramatic increase in patient volume. This unprecedented demand for additional beds and space to treat patients has resulted in some hospitals seeking to use vacant parking garage floors as temporary treatment centers. However, if you are considering using structured parking to manage this overflow, there are important safety considerations to be aware of.
NEW! Challenging the Status Quo in Surgery Design
Speakers: Tatiana Guimaraes
Learn how to identify the urgent need to challenge existing design practices and how designers accommodate this continuous change through flexibility and vision. This presentation highlights four different case studies that defy the current surgery design model.
Date: 2018 PDC Summit Duration: 0:50:18
NEW! Balancing Form and Function in Today’s Psychiatric Facilities
Speakers: Erica Larson and John Ryan
Learn about the significant need for mental health services and facilities, the hurdles of navigating a specific legislative process, and the shifts in design for today’s non-institutionalized psychiatric settings.
Date: 2018 PDC Summit Duration: 1:00:42
NEW! Codes and Standards Forum: Program + Planning
Speakers: Rebecca Lewis, Scott Miller, Jennifer Aliber, and Peter L. Bardwell
This forum reviews recurring code issues, explores case studies, and discusses improvements to the codes that regulate the programming and planning of hospitals and health care facilities.
Date: 2018 PDC Summit Duration: 0:55:01
NEW! The 2018 AIA/AAH PDC Student Challenge
The purpose of the AIA/AAH PDC Planning + Design Student Challenge is to produce a compelling design-to-budget proposal with teammates drawn from a hat. This roundtable discussion with student faculty advisors covers team development and collaboration, and the issues and lessons addressed are not unlike those encountered by teams in real life.
Date: 2018 PDC Summit Duration: 0:57:23
NEW! Neighborhood Health Care: Developing an Ambulatory Network
Speakers: Catherine Gow, James Snyder and Lynn Lang
Identify how populations are best served via community-based health care access to specialty care, and the care of medical conditions is improved by the quality within the community.
Date: 2018 PDC Summit Duration: 1:00:47
A Safe Health Care Environment: Suicide, Self-Harm, and Ligature Risk Assessments
Speakers: Tim Adams, Sue Andersen, Kathy Tolomeo, David M. Sine, Kathryn Petrovic
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services as well as the Joint Commission and other accrediting organizations are placing an increased emphasis on assessing risks and providing a physical environment consistent with the identified risks. This session focuses on the process of risk assessment and mitigation of behavioral health patient safety physical risks.
This New Hospital
This New Hospital walks you through all the phases of a construction project from the planning to the occupancy phase. This program details the impact that renovation and construction has on a hospital including patients, visitors and staff. This New Hospital provides the viewer with an insider’s tour of what it truly takes to keep a hospital operational as the healing environment is renovated.
Bringing Comprehensive Musculoskeletal Care Closer to the Community
Speakers: Kathy Bell, Stephen J. Carbery, Terri Frink, and Mary O'Connor
Examine the impact of the design of a multi-disciplinary clinic on staff efficiency, communication between providers, value and quality of care, and the patient experience.
Date: 2017 PDC Summit Duration: 1:01:37
General Session: Overcoming National Challenges in the Health Care Built Environment
Speakers: Joe M. Powell, Frank F. Aucremanne, Stella Fiotes, Walter B. Jones, Spencer Moore, Donald H. Orndoff, and Robert McCoole
Gain insight into topics such as reducing capital costs, developing a flexible health care infrastructure, defining the next generation's focus, and more.
Date: 2017 PDC Summit Duration: 1:20:03
Research Tools to Address Health Care Design Challenges
Speaker: Carolyn Glaser
Find solutions to today's health care challenges with peer-reviewed research, expert interviews, and groundbreaking case studies that offer fresh ideas to address tough problems.
Date: April 20, 2016 Duration: 1:04:02
Culture at the CORE: The Impact of the Built Environment on Patient Satisfaction
Speaker: Lorissa MacAllister
Gain insight into the idea that the built environment can influence organizational culture and that the confluence of the two factors can have a significant impact on patient satisfaction.
Date: October 28, 2015 Duration: 0:43:5
An Owner-Driven BIM to FM Strategy: “Begin with the end in mind"
Speakers: Kenneth Kaiser and Shrimant Jaruhar
Develop a standardized building component data structure so that existing data systems can be effectively integrated with new systems to create a cohesive body of information.
Date: 2013 Annual Conference Duration: 1:10:27
Hybrid Operating Rooms: The Challenge for Planning, Design and Construction
Speakers: Terry Miller and Lynne Ingle
Examine the development of the hybrid OR concept, supporting technology advancements, and the planning and design challenges.
Date: 2013 PDC Summit Duration: 0: