BOND Healthcare

The Forum for North America's Leading Healthcare Designers

March 5-8, 2020

Arizona, USA

About

BOND Healthcare is an invitation only forum created for healthcare designers to shape the future of healthcare architecture and design. The event brings together the most influential principal architects, healthcare providers and leaders of supplier firms to network, share and learn how to best overcome today’s challenges and build the best facilities for their clients and users. Projects span all sectors from acute care hospitals, medical offices and outpatient facilities, to senior and assisted living.

It is a rare thing as a business owner I have the opportunity to interact with colleagues and product representatives in a relaxed and collaborative setting. I always enjoy this chance to learn and interact with industry partners, both new and familiar faces.

Margie Snow

Founding Principal

Gallun Snow Associates, Inc.

Attendees

We pre-qualify designers to meet the following criteria:

1. Principal, Director, Vice President

2. Significant portfolio of healthcare design projects in North America

3. Top architecture/design firm

Leaders in healthcare design who are typical attendees include:

Maureen Carley-Vallejo

Principal

Perkins Eastman

Jason Mueller

Assistant Vice President

Medstar Health

Michael Kang

Healthcare Design Leader

SmithGroup JJR

Amy Sickeler

Director of Design

Perkins + Will

Jim Johnson

Senior Vice President Health

FKP | CannonDesign

Susannah Hills

Interior Designer

Children's Health System of Texas

Franne Stewart

Vice President

HKS

Scott Elofson

Design Principal

HDR Inc.

In association with

Program

Seminar timings and/or content may be varied at our discretion.

Thursday, March 5

4:00 pm Satellite Desk

Delegate Registration

6:00 pm Turquoise I

Seminar - The Rise of Community Health and Its Impact on Americas' Healthcare Infrastructure

Pritpal Tamber | Writer, Researcher & Consultant , Community Health & Medical Information

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Synopsis

America’s healthcare industry continues to be highly expensive and worryingly low-quality when compared to other rich nations. In response, policy-makers are shifting to outcomes-based models under the name of value-based health care. These models prioritise outcomes over activities spelling the end of the industry’s fee-for-service gravy train.

In parallel, non-communicable, chronic conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease and lung disorders have become more prevalent than infections. The ‘social’ aspect of these diseases – specifically that they’re more influenced by life circumstances than the quality of health care – is exposing the industry’s lack of influence. It is increasingly stated that no more than 20% of one’s health comes from health care.

In response, health care is exploring more community-oriented options. These vary, from partnering with community-based organisations to help with patients’ ‘social needs’ to using its capital to underwrite housing for those lower down the socioeconomic gradient. Other health care institutions are exploring their role as local economic ‘anchors’.

This period of exploration has only just begun but what’s clear is that the days of mega-hospital are numbered. Aided by communications technologies, tomorrow’s health care will need to become more distributed to where there is need, more integrated with local communities, and less intimidating.

Biography

Pritpal S Tamber is an independent writer, researcher and consultant focussing on community health. His work examines the realities of bridging the health sector and communities. It is fuelled by the insight that health care is increasingly unsustainable because clinical science and practice fail to appreciate how people and communities define their health.

Pritpal writes a regular newsletter called Community & Health. It includes reviewing often-overlooked evidence, sharing the work of courageous community-oriented practitioners, and commenting on work described as ‘community health’ or the ‘social determinants of health’.

His work builds on several projects that he has founded and run since 2013, including the Creating Health Collaborative, a highly-curated meeting of community-oriented practitioners willing to share the realities of their health-related work, and Community Agency & Health, a two-day symposium in Oakland, CA, that explored how the health sector might work differently to better understand communities.

Pritpal is a former physician, medical editor and medical publisher, and also the former Physician Editor of TEDMED. He began his career at The BMJ.

7:30 pm Last Territory & Courtyard

Welcome Drinks Reception

8:00 pm Last Territory & Courtyard

Welcome Dinner

Friday, March 6

6:30 am Sundance Café

Breakfast at your leisure

8:40 am Turquoise I

Seminar - Technology Integration and the Impact on Healthcare Design

Rafael Grossmann | Surgeon, Educator, Healthcare Futurist, RAFAEL GROSSMANN

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Synopsis

More information will be available soon.

Biography

Healthcare Futurist and Innovator, and a full-time, general, trauma, acute care, Advanced Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgeon.

Rafael’s focus and passion is in the convergence of innovation, exponential technology, futurism and healthcare social media to disrupt and improve healthcare delivery and education.

He firmly believes that the smart application of technology will, very soon, completely redefine the way in which healthcare is delivered, taught and learned. Innovation in the application of exponential technologies in remote presence, VR, AR and mixed reality, artificial intelligence and deep learning systems to provide medical care, will cause a complete disruption of paradigms and allow for a better system.

9:40 am Turquoise Foyer

Collect Final Meeting Schedule

9:50 am Turquoise II-III

One to One Meetings

12:45 pm

Group Photograph

12:50 pm Epazote

Lunch

1:50 pm Turquoise II-III

One to One Meetings

6:05 pm

Free Time

7:30 pm Sunset Point

Drinks Reception

8:00 pm Sunset Point

Dinner

Saturday, March 7

6:30 am Sundance Café

Breakfast at your leisure

8:40 am Turquoise I

Seminar - LEAD Construction: Become a Champion and Impress Your Clients

Sue Klawans | Owner, SK Lean

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Synopsis

More information will be available soon.

Biography

With over 30 years’ experience in the industry, Sue Klawans is a recognized leader, sought after to speak on high-performance teams and collaboration, Lean, technology and process innovation, productivity and prefabrication, quality, design phase, metrics and key performance indicators.  She has a background in planning, design and construction (as a general contractor, construction manager at risk, and owner’s program manager), along with proven experience and business results as a senior executive and Lean strategist.   Sue has managed and facilitated both long-term and annual strategic planning, resulting in advancements in employee development, profitability and risk management.  She created and implemented a unique, multi-dimensional Lean training and development program focused on elevating people and teams to achieve breakthroughs and reach new levels of integration and capability.  As a senior operational excellence executive, Sue provided strategic vision and leadership for programs in operational excellence, quality, knowledge sharing, innovation-into-practice, improving profitability, client feedback, process improvement, business consulting, business intelligence, playbook development and more.

Sue is a leader in multiple industry organizations.  Sue holds key roles with other industry-leading organizations including Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and currently serves as Chair of the Public/Private Industry Advisory Council, a group comprised of representatives from major U.S. commercial and manufacturing firms, public owners, contractors, and designers.   She is a member of the Construction Owners’ Association of America Industry Relations Council.  Sue was a founding member of the Construction Quality Executives Council and former chair of the Off-Site Construction Council of the National Institute of Building Sciences.  She served on the core leadership group for “Integrated Project Delivery:  An Action Guide for Leaders,” a project of the Charles Pankow Foundation, IPDA and CIDCI.

9:45 am Turquoise II-III

One to One Meetings

12:35 pm Epazote

Lunch

1:30 pm Turquoise I

Seminar - A Principal's Guide to Resilience and De-carbonisation

Speaker TBC

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Synopsis

More information will be available soon.

Biography

More information will be announced soon.
2:35 pm Turquoise II-III

One to One Meetings

5:50 pm

Free time

7:30 pm Poolside Courtyard

Farewell Drinks Reception

8:00 pm Poolside Courtyard

Farewell Dinner

Sunday, March 8

6:30 am Sundance Café

Breakfast at your leisure

Delegate departures

Venue
Hilton El Conquistador

Imagine a Southwest hideaway where desert beauty embraces you, locally inspired cuisine tantalizes you, and recently remodeled guest rooms wrap you in luxury and comfort. Whether you’re in Tucson, Arizona, for business or pleasure, El Conquistador Tucson is your ultimate destination to experience the best of the Southwest. The instant you arrive, you’ll know this is a place infused with indigenous culture and connected with the surrounding natural beauty. Spanning 80 acres, our world-class resort boasts amenities you won’t find anywhere else, including our own horse stables, a mini Western village that’s perfect for private events, acclaimed Southwestern cuisine, and sparkling swimming pools.

10000 N Oracle Road
Tucson, Arizona 85704, USA

+1 520 544 5000

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