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The State of Seattle Healthcare

How Providers, Care and Facilities Continue To Evolve In The Pacific Northwest

Event Ended On: Wednesday October 13 2021

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Our commitment to your safety

We have experienced the enthusiasm of returning to live in-person events this year, having safely and successfully hosted more than 10,000 executives to date. While we are thrilled to convene together to propel growth within CRE, COVID-19 remains a worldwide concern and Bisnow is committed to practicing safe protocols at our events. You can expect the following:

 

  • Given King County's updated guidelines we will be requiring proof of vaccination or a negative test as a condition of entry to our event. Proof of vaccination can be shown via a physical card or a digital image of your records.
  • Facial coverings will be required by all staff & attendees, regardless of vaccination status. Masks will be made available at the door.
  • Temperature checks will be conducted at entry.
  • Attendance at the event will be capped.
  • Contact tracing procedures will be employed for any reported exposure.
  • Socially distanced seating will be available in the main event space.
  • Enhanced sanitization protocols will be adhered to throughout the event space including regularly disinfecting surfaces throughout the event and hand sanitizer provided to all attendees.

 

As local regulations and guidance evolve, the CRE industry continues to lead the way forward. We look forward to gathering safely to do what we do best: network, connect, and engage to do more business. We look forward to hosting you soon.

Speakers and Panels

Healthcare In Seattle Today: Investing In Current Patients and What's Intended For Tomorrow

Dr. R. Guy Hudson

Dr. R. Guy Hudson

CEO, Swedish Health Services
 Dr. Gary Kaplan

Dr. Gary Kaplan

CEO, Virginia Mason Health System
Jeff Sperring

Jeff Sperring

CEO, Seattle Children's Hospital

Design, Flexibility and Outpatient Facilities

Doug Clerget

Doug Clerget

VP, Development, PMB

Conversions and Alternative Project Delivery Methods In Todays Market

Disrupting The Patient and Provider Dynamic: How Telehealth and Innovation Are Impacting Care

Jennifer Sargent

Chief Revenue Officer, Vera Whole Health
Michael Rechnitz
Moderator

Michael Rechnitz

Project Executive, Clark Construction

Emerging Demand For Behavioral Health

Lori Epler Hout

Senior Medical Planner, SRG Partnership
Tom Sebastian

Tom Sebastian

CEO, Compass Health
William (Bill) Robertson

William (Bill) Robertson

CEO, Multicare

Remarks from the Podium: ZGF Architects

Why This Matters

What You'll Learn:

  • How are healthcare leaders rethinking investment strategies and changing facilities with patients in mind?
  • How are telehealth and the digital transformation of healthcare changing the relationship between patient and provider? What opportunities or challenges are emerging from the prolonged disruption of in-person care? 
  • In a dynamic region with evolving patient demands, how are providers building flexibility into facility design? Will outpatient and ambulatory services become more prominent?
  • How has the delivery of new facilities in the region changed? Do strategic conversions offer an opportunity for providers to provide care in communities that are otherwise underserved? 
  • As demand for behavioral health services grows, how can providers support these needs? How has telehealth changed the delivery of these services? Has it helped or hurt efforts to provide these services to underserved communities?
  • Will the retailization of care drive development in the region? Will mixed-use assets and conversions continue to provide opportunities for expansion?

 

How You'll Do More Business: See how care in the region has changed for today's patients, what growing needs like behavioral health mean for providers, which facilities are coming online, and how investors are rethinking the growth potential of Seattle healthcare. 

 

Why You Should Attend: Connect with leaders in the PNW on future plans for healthcare, facility changes, and new needs to meet patient requirements today. 

 

Who You'll Meet:

Providers, CEOs, vice president of facilities, architects, contractors, engineers, brokers, lawyers, investors, developers

 

For questions, interest in becoming a speaker or sponsor, please email our PNW producer, Lloyd Proctor at lloyd.proctor@bisnow.com

Venue

Fairmont Olympic Hotel
411 University St
Seattle, WA 98101

Ballroom: Spanish Ballroom

Parking Information:
Onsite Valet: Event Rate: $33
Self Park: Olympic Garage - located on the corner of 5th Ave and Seneca St: $26 for up to 12 hours

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Agenda

Time Activity
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
Networking, Coffee and Registration
9:45 AM
9:55 AM
Remarks from the Podium: ZGF Architects
9:55 AM
10:40 AM
Healthcare In Seattle Today: Investing In Current Patients and What's Intended For Tomorrow
PNW healthcare leaders discuss where the healthcare sector is today? How they are strategically investing in new patient requirements, and what that mean for care in the PNW region moving forward?
10:40 AM
11:25 AM
Design, Flexibility and Outpatient Facilities
How are we adjusting healthcare facilities to improve the patient experience?
11:25 AM
12:10 PM
Conversions and Alternative Project Delivery Methods In Todays Market
How does the retailization of care continue to grow as conversions and mixed-use options emerge and how are providers planning new facility delivery with intent?
12:10 PM
1:10 PM
Lunch and Mingle
1:10 PM
1:55 PM
Disrupting The Patient and Provider Dynamic: How Telehealth and Innovation Are Impacting Care
Innovation and telehealth has grown exponentially given remote care opportunities. How do providers intend to address the demand for virtual care? Does the increase in enterprise presence pose a challenge for healthcare providers? What level of impact does telehealth have on facilities and operational changes?
1:55 PM
2:40 PM
Emerging Demand For Behavioral Health
How is the growth of behavioral health demand impacting providers and facilities? How are we investing in these new patient needs and what does this mean for care facilities in the region that don't currently meet behavioral health patient needs?
2:40 PM
3:10 PM
Post-Event Networking