Telehealth, Flex Space, Modular: What's Next For Healthcare Facilities? Find Out At Bisnow's Mid-Atlantic Summit On July 14
The coronavirus pandemic was an unprecedented, disruptive event for all industries, but perhaps no sector was impacted more than healthcare, where workers and facilities directly bore the brunt of caring for their communities.
The past year upended so much in the medical arena, from how patients interact with their caregivers to the pipeline of new healthcare building projects. The pandemic is likely to have long-lasting repercussions not only on how doctors interact with their patients but on how general contractors, architects and developers view the healthcare space.
Today, healthcare organizations face multiple facility-related challenges as they adapt to meet changing patient needs. Along with purchasing the right technology to meet skyrocketing telehealth demands, hospitals must be able to keep up with the growing popularity of outpatient care facilities, the need for flexible space options and the increasing use of prefab and modular building options, among other major trends.
How can healthcare facility developers, owners and operators adjust to the new normal? Find out more at Bisnow's live Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Summit July 14. Healthcare CEOs, executive vice presidents and more will share firsthand observations and exchange ideas on what the area’s healthcare industry can expect as the region enters the post-pandemic future. Register here for the event.
Participants will discuss:
- How the coronavirus changed the way we develop and operate healthcare facilities.
- How the pandemic impacted the pipeline of new facilities in the mid-Atlantic.
- Which new technological innovations, like virtual appointments, will be part of long-term care.
- How the construction and design of healthcare facilities has changed.
- How medical operations are changing in a post-pandemic environment.
Speakers include a range of healthcare industry experts, including the mid-Atlantic's top healthcare owners and developers, operators and partners. They include:
- Dr. Norvell V. Coots, president and CEO of Trinity Health’s Maryland Region and president and CEO of Holy Cross Health.
- Don Blanchon, CEO of Whitman-Walker Health Systems.
- Michelle McGuire, interim executive vice president and chief strategy officer for Children's National Hospital.
- Moderator Matthew Sullivan, managing director of Cushman & Wakefield.
To register or get more information about Bisnow’s Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Summit, visit here.
Please note that the summit will be in-person and follow local guidelines to ensure the safety of all attendees. The organizers will advise on any necessary precautions closer to the July 14 event.