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Aug 22, 2019
Speaker: 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.  
Aug 22, 2019
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.  
Aug 22, 2019
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.  
Aug 22, 2019
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.  
Aug 22, 2019
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.    
Dec 31, 1969
Speaker: Robert Ray Temperature variation in patient rooms can negatively affect staff efficiency, costs, and customer experience. This presentation shows how the Six Sigma DMAIC model (define, measure, analyze, improve, and control) can effectively reduce temperature variations in patient rooms. Learning Outcomes:
Dec 31, 1969
Speakers: Kenneth Kaiser and Shrimant Jaruhar With the goal of achieving BIM-enabled facility management (FM), Northwestern Memorial HealthCare (NMHC) established the infrastructure, tools, and procedures for successful handover of a robust building information model (BIM) at project closeout. NMHC's process calls for the development of standard nomenclature and set parameters before projects begin, which enables information sharing across legacy systems and databases. Learning Outcomes: