October 31, 2019

20+ Speakers!

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Speakers

Dr. R. Guy Hudson

Dr. R. Guy Hudson

CEO
Swedish Health Services

J. Michael Marsh

J. Michael Marsh

President & CEO
Overlake Medical Center

Mike Glenn

Mike Glenn

CEO
Jefferson Healthcare

Lisa Brandenburg

Lisa Brandenburg

Chief Health System Officer
UW Medicine

David Boitano

David Boitano

Senior Investment Officer
Ventas, Inc.

Nancy Davidson

Nancy Davidson

SVP Dr. Full Member Clinical Research Fred Hutch
President & Executive Director Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Benjamin Shobert

Benjamin Shobert

Director of Health Strategy
Microsoft Health

Margaret McCormick

Margaret McCormick

Executive Director & COO
Benaroya Research Institute

Jennifer Sargent

Chief Revenue Officer
Vera Whole Health

Dr. Jeff Tomlin

Dr. Jeff Tomlin

CEO
EvergreenHealth

Molly Wolf

Molly Wolf

Principal & Healthcare Market Leader
Ankrom Moisan Architects

Daniella Moreano Wahler

Senior Associate
PAE Consulting Engineers

Kyle Raschkow

Kyle Raschkow

Project Executive
Abbott Construction

Derek Rae

Derek Rae

Principal
OAC

Victoria Nichols

Victoria Nichols

Partner
ZGF Architects

Duncan Griffin

Duncan Griffin

Managing Principal
HDR Architecture

Melissa Kelii

Melissa Kelii

Principal & Owner
TGB Architects

Hugh Campbell

Vice President
HOK Seattle

Von Lambert

Von Lambert

Senior Project Manager
Rider Levett Bucknall

Rhonda Pollard
Moderator

Rhonda Pollard

Director of Workspace Consulting
OpenSquare

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Agenda

  • Breakfast, Registration, Welcome

  • Speed Networking

  • Medical Forecast 2030: The Influence of Policy, Public-Private Partnerships and Academia

    • How will the current behavioral crisis, future physician shortages, and aging population strain the healthcare industry, both from an operational and real estate standpoint?
    • What can the industry do now to maintain cost-effective, accessible care?
    • How are health systems, non-profits, developers and government executives partnering via P3 to deliver high-quality, cost-effective health facilities?
    • The Future of the ACA Under the G.O.P. Tax Bill: The new G.O.P. tax bill eliminates the individual mandate penalty for not having healthcare, weakening Obamacare. What does this mean for the industry?

  • Future of Healthcare Facilities Design & Construction

    • The millennial generation is driving the demand for hotel-like hospitals and human-centered health facilities. How will this impact the way hospitals, outpatient facilities and urgent care clinics are designed?
    • Where are the opportunities for the AEC community?
    • What will the rest of 2019 bring in regard to new development, leasing and financing in healthcare?
    • Will the market remain healthy?
    • Trends for cost saving and efficiency
    • What states and cities have the most activity and opportunities for healthcare?

  • Optimizing Wellness: Technology, Patient/Employee Experience, and Population Health Management

    • Will outpatient facilities overtake the demand for new hospitals?
    • How will the demand for convenient-care, off-campus facilities and non-traditional healthcare settings affect cost, employment and patient satisfaction?

  • Lunch & Networking

  • Senior Living and Assisted Care Boom!

    • Seattle as a retirement mecca
    • Changing expectations and hyper-personalized senior care
    • Who is building, who is investing, where, why and how?
    • Is senior housing recession resistant? Is now a good time to get involved?

  • Life Science Growth and Seattle as an Immunology Hub

    • Who are the major development players currently building life sciences campuses and facilities in the greater Seattle area?
    • What is the relationship like between the life sciences and biotech companies (from startup to IPO) and CRE developers and investors?
    • What areas are turning into hotbeds for life science growth and the immunology revolution and is there adequate demand for the supply under development?
    • Meeting tenant demands and talent retention?

  • End of Event Networking and Schmooze

National Healthcare Series: Pacific Northwest

Healthcare continues to dominate national headlines, with major mergersacquisitions,and uncertainty around the ACA. Subsequently, there have been several opportunities within the real estate market. CBRE's U.S. Medical Office and Healthcare findings propose a variety of outlooks:

·      The senior citizen population (65+), which is the highest per-capita healthcare spending demographic, will double by 2055

·      Cost containment continues to drive hospital consolidation and expansion of outpatient facilities

·      The absorption of medical office space continues to be greater than the supply, which has lead to an 8% vacancy rate (* as of Q1 2017)

·      Healthcare has seen an increase in transaction volume, with nearly $10 billion for the year ending Q1 2017

Overall, the mission for healthcare is clear: provide quality service to a mass population in an efficient, ethical and cost-effective manner. With rising costs, however, executing healthcare's mission is an incredible challenge.

As the healthcare evolves to keep up with industry demands, how can hospital systems, healthcare providers and real estate executives work together to succeed in delivering quality healthcare while maintaining a valuable return on investment?  

Join us for this full day event to hear more about these topics and to network with the biggest influencers in healthcare real estate, healthcare providers, hospital systems, academic institutions, healthcare REITs and construction & design firms. As always, Bisnow provides an abundance of opportunities for networking and deal-making in a fast-paced, (almost) never boring, full day event. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Venue & Travel

Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
99 Union Street
Seattle, WA 98101

Ballroom/Floor: 2nd Floor

Parking Information: Valet Parking: $35.00 per vehicle

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