On-Demand Sessions

All videos will be available through December 31, 2020.

A New Venue for Outpatient Care Delivery: Is this a Community Center or a Hospital?
Health systems are increasingly looking for novel acute care delivery mechanisms in deference to markets with ever-shrinking margins and ever-increasing competitive pressure. This presentation highlights how a community hospital ...
On-Demand Session
Health systems are increasingly looking for novel acute care delivery mechanisms in deference to markets with ever-shrinking margins and ever-increasing competitive pressure. This presentation highlights how a community hospital faced these challenges head-on through a strategic partnership with a YMCA and a bold focus on community wellness and education. Fairfield Medical Center River Valley Campus’ unique spectrum of services aims to catalyze population health improvement by focusing on wellness and preventive health, within an efficient footprint. Participants will learn how this institution navigated creating a unique venue for outpatient care delivery and embraced unexpected opportunities for systemic benefits as the project vision evolved. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Elliott Bonnie Managing Principal, DesignGroup Jack Janoso President and CEO, Fairfield Medical Center Joseph Mayer Associate Principal, DesignGroup Howard Long Chief Executive Officer, Robert K. Fox Family YMCA
Advancing Care in Behavioral Health Through Lighting
Many tout benefits associated with daylighting and tunable lighting, yet can these benefits be documented outside a laboratory? Behavioral health environments are inherently challenging living and working environments, and ...
Breakout Session
Many tout benefits associated with daylighting and tunable lighting, yet can these benefits be documented outside a laboratory? Behavioral health environments are inherently challenging living and working environments, and understanding how lighting affects the wellbeing of patients and staff is important. Additionally, exposure to light is of particular concern due to the lack of access to outdoors. What are the possible benefits in a behavioral health unit? Attendees will analyze the results from a year-long study examining outcomes and design implications of tunable lighting capabilities installed at a behavioral health unit to determine where they should be considering lighting more carefully. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. Speakers: Meredith Banasiak Director of Research, Boulder Associates Architects Andrea Wilkerson Lighting Research Engineer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Jill Eriksen Director of Nursing, Boulder Community Health Carolyn Schilling Senior Associate, Boulder Associates Architects
Breaking Through Finale
Join Healthcare Design magazine for the final stage of our conceptual design competition, Breaking Through. The program encourages healthcare design innovation by asking participants to present concepts that solve ...
On Demand
Join  Healthcare Design magazine for the final stage of our conceptual design competition, Breaking Through. The program encourages healthcare design innovation by asking participants to present concepts that solve the challenges anticipated in the future delivery of care, but to do so by forgetting the usual limitations tied to issues like budget, schedule, codes, etc. Just 18 teams out of 54 participants made it to our semifinalist round; and from there, four finalist teams were chosen to present their concepts live during HCD Virtual. In this session, teams from HGA, Perkins Eastman, SmithGroup, and HDR will share the innovative designs they developed. At the end of this keynote session, attendees will vote for their favorite concept via a live poll, and the winning team will walk away with the grand prize of $10,000. Don't miss this special event!  CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here Speakers: Jennifer Kovacs Silvis Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare Design 
C. Diff and C. Auris Redesign: What the future looks like
The CEU will take a deep dive on 2 Urgent Threats posted by the CDC on November 14, 2019. Clostridium Difficile (C. Diff) and Candida Auris (C. Auris) are surface transmitted urgent threats Identified by CDC and evidence based ...
hcd virtual sponsor, kwalu, Sponsored Session
The CEU will take a deep dive on 2 Urgent Threats posted by the CDC on November 14, 2019. Clostridium Difficile (C. Diff) and Candida Auris (C. Auris) are surface transmitted urgent threats Identified by CDC and evidence based redesign solutions will be introduced. Healthcare facilities will be searching for innovation and ideas to improve their infection prevention capabilities and mounting financial burdens. Please join us for an illuminating and  thought provoking exploration into exciting new and improved design choices.
Celebrating Design Excellence: That Subtle Degree of Difference
Design can improve any number of healthcare outcomes. The Healthcare Environment Awards , presented by The Center for Health Design and Healthcare Design magazine, recognize ...
Center for Health Design, Healthcare Design
Design can improve any number of healthcare outcomes. The Healthcare Environment Awards , presented by The Center for Health Design and Healthcare Design magazine, recognize innovative, life-enhancing designs that contributes to the quality of health and healthcare. Join us as we celebrate the achievements of the 2020 Healthcare Environment Award winners. These winners have demonstrated their excellence in a number of categories: acute care, ambulatory care, long-term care, alternative settings, and student work. Come hear the stories of their award-winning projects and what went into creating these exceptional design concepts, the resulting outcomes, and their lessons learned. You’ll walk away with case studies and best practices to consider as you think about your current and upcoming projects. J. Douglas McCurry TRO JB Design Cindy Saathoff, IIDA, HCI, EDAC Associate Principal, Project Interior Designer, AECOM Matt Sanders, AIA Associate Vice President, Building & Places Midwest, AECOM Kyle Weisman AVP/ Project Manager, HGA Jeff Harris VP/ Director of Engineering, HGA Ben Burns Executive VP/ General Manager, Boldt Will Lichtig Executive Vice President of Performance and Innovation Resources, Boldt Zach Lauria Director of Self Performance, Boldt Samia Mansour Student,  University Kansas Juhyun So Student,  University Kansas Maja Kevdzija Student Kurt Spiering VP/Healthcare Sector Leader, HGA
Color in Healthcare Environments
People experience color in different ways and in different settings; in particular, people in healthcare settings who are vulnerable, healing, or aging are influenced by colors used in interior design. This course presents an ...
american biltrite, CEU, hcd sponsor, hcd virtual sponsor, On-Demand CEU Session
People experience color in different ways and in different settings; in particular, people in healthcare settings who are vulnerable, healing, or aging are influenced by colors used in interior design. This course presents an overview of color and how we perceive it, as well as some of the research findings on color’s effects on psychological, emotional, and physical health. Designers will also learn how color can enhance safety, orientation, and navigation, and the role that non-SBR rubber can play in offering optimal flooring solutions for healthcare institutions. FOR CEU AND AIA CREDIT - PLEASE WATCH THIS SESSION THEN TAKE THE SHORT QUIZ AT THE END OF THE SESSION.
Contemplating Clinic Configurations for Continuous Improvement
This case study compares the spatial analysis of three trending outpatient clinic configurations: the traditional pod configuration, the on-stage/off-stage model, and the racetrack configuration. Presenters will share the ...
Armstrong Flooring, Breakout Session
This case study compares the spatial analysis of three trending outpatient clinic configurations: the traditional pod configuration, the on-stage/off-stage model, and the racetrack configuration. Presenters will share the results of their spatial analysis, showing the relationship of space syntax values to user and construction costs and will explore the relationship between user experience and spatial configuration to better predict user experience in a proposed design. They’ll demonstrate the benefits of calculating space syntax connectivity and integration values to inform design decisions about layout and spatial adjacencies and examine end user perspectives of various configurations and the measured implication of layout on movement, co-awareness, informal communication, safety, and operational efficiency. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Esperanza Harper Healthcare Planner, LS3P Ron Smith Senior Associate, Healthcare Architect, LS3P Cameron Ebron Senior Planning Manager for Real Estate & Development, UNC Health Care, University of North Carolina Health Care System
Design a Safe and Functional Pediatric Biocontainment Unit: A Research-based Approach
This session brings together healthcare practitioners from Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and design researchers from SimTigrate Design Lab to discuss how they employed a user-centered, research-based approach to help design ...
Breakout Session
This session brings together healthcare practitioners from Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and design researchers from SimTigrate Design Lab to discuss how they employed a user-centered, research-based approach to help design a new six-bed Special Care Unit (SCU) for pediatric patients with highly infectious diseases. By integrating evidence, simulation, observation, rapid prototyping, and co-design with the end users, they developed a layout that aims to support better staff communication and efficiency and to automate safer behavior. The lessons learned from this collaborative design process can be used to develop a design approach for other task-oriented environments where safety is of critical importance. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Zorana Matić SimTigrate Design Lab, College of Design, Atlanta Jennifer R. DuBose SimTigrate Design Lab, College of Design, Atlanta Amanda Grindle Manager for Hospital Readiness, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) Andi L. Shane Chief, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Emory University School of Medicine and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Design for Older Patients in Hospital and Outpatient Settings
Current healthcare design strategies support younger, independent, able-bodied individuals with full cognitive capabilities. The design of healthcare facilities needs to be carefully reconsidered in order to meet the needs of ...
Breakout Session
Current healthcare design strategies support younger, independent, able-bodied individuals with full cognitive capabilities. The design of healthcare facilities needs to be carefully reconsidered in order to meet the needs of older adults (many with cognitive impairments) and those who accompany them. This session explores the most challenging aspects of accommodating the needs of older people in healthcare settings from the perspectives of designers, care providers, patients, and their companions. Further, the presenters offer lessons learned, practical insights, and timely advice from their participation in The Facility Guidelines Institute’s Inclusive Design Committee that was conceived to address design inclusivity and responsiveness throughout the continuum of healthcare environments. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Addie Abushousheh Research Associate, The Center for Health Design Jane Rohde Principal, JSR Associates
Design of Staff Restorative Environments: Replicated Research on Places of Respite
Nurses are essential to the healthcare industry, and maintaining the quality of nursing care is one of the central concerns of today’s healthcare leaders. This session will present empirical evidence from recent research on ...
Breakout Session, Carolina
Nurses are essential to the healthcare industry, and maintaining the quality of nursing care is one of the central concerns of today’s healthcare leaders. This session will present empirical evidence from recent research on health-promoting respite programs and spaces from nurse leaders’ perspectives. The study findings identify gaps and generate new design solutions to improve well-being and remedy burnout. Through the lens of Kaiser Permanente System’s chief nurse executive, a nurse consultant, and an architect/researcher, discover ways to design and foster the conditions to support nurse satisfaction, performance, and, ultimately, improved outcomes for patients and healthcare organizations. Please click the download button located at the top right to download the KP Relaxation Room Proposal handout. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here and here.  Speakers: Erin Clark Healthcare Operations Specialist, ClarkRN Linda Knodel National Nursing Strategy and Leadership, Kaiser Permanente Adeleh Nejati Healthcare Planner and Researcher, HMC Architects
Designing for Medical/Behavioral Health Comorbidity: The Inclusive Inpatient Room
As the number of patients with comorbid behavioral health and medical conditions increase, there’s a need to create a new room type. This presentation highlights the next generation of universal/inclusive inpatient room design ...
Breakout Session, Whitehall
As the number of patients with comorbid behavioral health and medical conditions increase, there’s a need to create a new room type. This presentation highlights the next generation of universal/inclusive inpatient room design to safely accommodate this unique and growing, population. A literature search was conducted to understand evidence-based design concepts. A design charrette was held to review how the social, psychological, and spiritual needs of this patient type impact design. Critical needs were identified and ranked and design solutions were explored then tested in a virtual environment. See how integrated inpatient medical and psychiatric care will improve outcomes, address current patient populations, and develop new guidelines. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Shary Adams Medical Planner, HGA Kayvan Madani-Nejad Senior Healthcare Architect, Facilities Standards Service Terri Zborowsky Design Researcher, HGA Kara Freihoefer Director of Research, HGA
Do the Big Ideas Fit Into Small Shoes? Evaluating a Pediatric Environment
The tree-house themed Anna Shaw Children’s Institute opened a year ago with a flurry of excitement from its young patients and multiple design awards. The Institute is a specialized, outpatient care center for children with ...
Breakout Session
The tree-house themed Anna Shaw Children’s Institute opened a year ago with a flurry of excitement from its young patients and multiple design awards. The Institute is a specialized, outpatient care center for children with developmental differences, including those on the autism spectrum. A post-occupancy evaluation (POE) by the design firm and customer satisfaction surveys by the National Research Center (NRC) look into the functionality of the design. Come hear what the design team learned including how planning resulted in efficient work flow for staff, how the environment achieved its goal of making children comfortable during visits, and how award-winning design paired structure and function. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here. Speakers: Terri Woodruff Executive Director, Anna Shaw Children's Institute Kevin Harney Vice President/Principal, ESa (Earl Swensson Associates) Misty Chambers Clinical Operations/Design Specialist, ESa (Earl Swensson Associates)
Durability By Design: Slowing the hands of time to keep buildings looking new.
In this AIA and IDCEC registered CEU, explore how the proper installation of wall protection materials – when specified with standard wall construction options – determines their effectiveness in interior applications. ...
CEU Session, hcd virtual sponsor, inpro, Session Sponsor
In this AIA and IDCEC registered CEU, explore how the proper installation of wall protection materials – when specified with standard wall construction options – determines their effectiveness in interior applications. Maximize your building’s potential by examining the best-practice options and discovering strategies for achieving effective and aesthetically pleasing interior protection.
Evaluating the NICU: Examining Design Factors Influencing Care Practices
The goal of this research was to understand how the NICU built environment can influence care practices such as staff communication, teamwork, efficiency, patient privacy and satisfaction, and patient care processes. This ...
Breakout Session, interface
The goal of this research was to understand how the NICU built environment can influence care practices such as staff communication, teamwork, efficiency, patient privacy and satisfaction, and patient care processes. This presentation will share outcomes from a pre- and post-occupancy evaluation that assessed a NICU moving from an open-bay model to a new unit that implemented the single-family room design at an academic medical center. This interdisciplinary research team draws upon the practical expertise of a NICU patient care manager, as well as the experience of researchers in design and communication, to illuminate the research process, results, and lessons learned. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Lindsey Fay Associate Professor, University of Kentucky Kevin Real Professor, University of Kentucky Joshua Santiago Healthcare Planner and Researcher, HMC Architects Shannon Haynes Patient Care Manager NICU/NACU, Kentucky Children’s Hospital
Healthcare Environments: Welcoming the Public with a Sense of Comfort and Security
In this timely discussion presented by IIDA, a panel of leading commercial interior designers and healthcare experts will discuss the design of a welcoming, safe, and secure entry sequence for healthcare interiors. After many ...
Construction Specialties, IIDA, On-Demand Session
In this timely discussion presented by IIDA, a panel of leading commercial interior designers and healthcare experts will discuss the design of a welcoming, safe, and secure entry sequence for healthcare interiors. After many months of life in a pandemic, how will the most public aspects of healthcare interiors change in the immediate future and, say, 10 years from now, with lessons learned and new technology at the forefront? In the experience from a public entrance and waiting area to the more controlled patient-care areas, how can design engender a sense of comfort and security? How can the entry sequence itself be enhanced, considering floor coverings, wall coverings, lighting, acoustics, and all materials and furnishings that patients and their loved ones encounter? Keeping sustainability and wellness in mind, how can welcoming healthcare interiors be flexible in design while emanating a sense of personal care? CEUs: 1 IDCEC For questions about CEUs, please email Fiore Barbini at fbarbini@iida.org Speakers: Lilliana Alvarado Design Principal,  UPHEALING Edwin Beltran Design Principal,  NBBJ Whitney Hendrickson Interior Designer and Registered Nurse Manuel Hernandez Principal John Czarnecki Deputy Director and Senior Vice President, IIDA  (moderator)
Healthcare, Accessibility, and Temporary Conditions
This session has been designed for architects who specialize in healthcare architecture. The course will explore some of the key components with regards to accessibility that are specific to the healthcare environment for toilet ...
AIA-AAH, Breakout Session
This session has been designed for architects who specialize in healthcare architecture. The course will explore some of the key components with regards to accessibility that are specific to the healthcare environment for toilet room design. The course will also explore considerations that could be discussed with healthcare providers when addressing limiting the spread of viral diseases within their facility. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW For questions regarding AIA credits for this session, please contact aah@aia.org.  For AIA credits, you must also complete this 10-question quiz by visiting: https://www.research.net/r/JWTM3N2 Speakers: Tina Duncan Senior Project Architect, Principal, HKS
How modular bathrooms can make your project easy and simpler with SurePods
Let the SurePods advantage change the way you build by your new hospital; simplify your project, increase your job site safety demand superior quality, and accelerating your schedule. SurePods prefabricated modular bathrooms are ...
CEU ON DEMAND, On-Demand, Sponsored Content, Surepod
Let the SurePods advantage change the way you build by your new hospital; simplify your project, increase your job site safety demand superior quality, and accelerating your schedule. SurePods prefabricated modular bathrooms are the way to do it.
Humanizing Technology in Healthcare Design
Devices, machines, and integrated systems are infiltrating healthcare facilities. These technologies play a key role in improving patient safety and saving lives. Frequently they are implemented into designs without embracing ...
Breakout Session, digilock
Devices, machines, and integrated systems are infiltrating healthcare facilities. These technologies play a key role in improving patient safety and saving lives. Frequently they are implemented into designs without embracing human nature and our basic needs. Elderly patients are often overwhelmed with technologies they cannot use; patients are frequently frustrated, and solutions address only a segment of the patient demographics. Embracing the human element as part of a patient centered technology design is key for successful integration into the built environment. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. Speakers: Ted Hood Senior Project Manager, TLC Engineering Solutions Taw North Principal, Director of Technology, TLC Engineering Solutions
Improving Webside Manner: New Insights on Virtual Care
At Steelcase Health, we support health wherever it happens. And for virtual healthcare, that means supporting through a better webside environment. Through our human-centered research and lived experience, our built environments ...
CEU Session, hcd virtual, hcd virtual sponsor, Steelcase Health Session
At Steelcase Health, we support health wherever it happens. And for virtual healthcare, that means supporting through a better webside environment. Through our human-centered research and lived experience, our built environments are part of the "new normal" for patients and health care providers alike.
It's a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: The Transformation of a Premier Cancer Program
Cedars-Sinai Cancer’s nationally ranked, integrated oncology program developed a neighborhood strategy to improve access and engage in a broader system of research and clinical trials throughout Los Angeles, improving access to ...
Breakout Session
Cedars-Sinai Cancer’s nationally ranked, integrated oncology program developed a neighborhood strategy to improve access and engage in a broader system of research and clinical trials throughout Los Angeles, improving access to a premier cancer program through five new clinics. The sixth simultaneous endeavor was to literally “elevate” holistic healing environments at the flagship cancer center by moving out of the basement of the main hospital and co-locating clinics and infusion services together on the 7th floor of the Advanced Sciences Health Pavilion. This session will share experiential, operational, and clinical benefits achieved by expanding the concept of “neighborhood” to the development of the floor plan. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. Please note, there is no handout for this session to download.  Speakers: Sean Collins Executive Director of Facilities, Planning, Design & Construction, Cedars Sinai Jennifer Ries VP, Planning Principal, HGA Louis Kaufman  Design Principal  Adrienne Hayes Manager, Design & Construction Cedars-Sinai
Just-in-time Design: Using Prototyping to Lead a Market
With the rapid pace of disruption and hyper-competition in today’s healthcare world, the barriers to successfully grow into new markets requires the talent of a juggling unicyclist: balancing costs, improving organizational ...
Breakout Session, paladin
With the rapid pace of disruption and hyper-competition in today’s healthcare world, the barriers to successfully grow into new markets requires the talent of a juggling unicyclist: balancing costs, improving organizational efficiencies and delivering better patient outcomes. This session is intended to explore how two different organizations, Orlando Health and Kaiser Permanente, are leveraging prototypical, templated design along with prefabricated construction methods to deliver high-quality healthcare into new and emerging markets at a rapid pace. The panel will share the process of designing and implementing a five-phased, templated health campus design, adaptable for 15- to 50-acre sites and scalable from an initial 14-room freestanding ED to a 240-bed full service hospital for Orlando Health. HKS will also share how the Ambulatory Southern Northern Virginia Hub for Kaiser Permanente utilized progressive mock-ups, templated design, and prefabricated components to ensure consistent brand implementation while maintaining a high quality of construction. CEUs: 1 AIA, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. Speakers: Teresa Campbell Principal, HKS Matt Taylor Vice President, Asset Strategy at Orlando Health Angelene Baldi Executive Director for Facilities Strategy, Planning, and Design, Kaiser Permanente Julia Phillips Associate, Architect, and Senior Medical Planner, HKS
POE-fficient: How to Apply Evidence-based Design in Everyday Practice
Interested in evidence-based design and conducting post-occupancy evaluations (POEs), but don’t feel you have the resources? In this session, presenters will share their streamlined process for collecting the most essential ...
Breakout Session, wieland
Interested in evidence-based design and conducting post-occupancy evaluations (POEs), but don’t feel you have the resources? In this session, presenters will share their streamlined process for collecting the most essential pieces of primary data and how to analyze it to establish design hypotheses and priorities with a client. Using several projects as case studies, they’ll demonstrate how their process works and what they are learning that is advancing healthcare practice, including the business case for an evidence-based design process, how to structure and schedule projects, and determine fees. Finally, they’ll outline how to do a post occupancy evaluation in-house without introducing bias. CEUs: 1 AIA, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Angela Mazzi Associate Principal, GBBN Architects Timothy Hsu Project Research Leader, GBBN Architects Jason Groneck Principal, GBBN Architects
Population Health Management: Addressing Healthcare Equity in our Communities
As the healthcare industry transitions from a fee-for-service to value-based model, how can architects be at the forefront of designing buildings that can effectively address population health needs and harness the wealth of data ...
Breakout Session
As the healthcare industry transitions from a fee-for-service to value-based model, how can architects be at the forefront of designing buildings that can effectively address population health needs and harness the wealth of data available? Working with one of the largest public health systems in the country, SmithGroup translated data points into a model-of care and building program for a replacement hospital that addresses the uncertainty and evolving needs of Chicago’s south side community. This session illustrates how the team synthesized national, state, county, and city data to create a comparison model for design of the hospital based around population health needs. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Vladislav Torskiy Principal, Corporate Health Strategist, SmithGroup Arash Irani Visualization Specialist, SmithGroup John Jay Shannon Principal, Health Management Associates (HMA)
PRE-EVENT session: AIA-AAH STERIS Student Design Charrette Presentations
This exciting annual event is designed to highlight the brilliance and innovation of our future healthcare architects. Students from Clemson, Iowa State, Texas A&M and Texas Tech universities will bring their creativity and ideas ...
AIA AAH, On-Demand Session, STERIS
This exciting annual event is designed to highlight the brilliance and innovation of our future healthcare architects. Students from Clemson, Iowa State, Texas A&M and Texas Tech universities will bring their creativity and ideas to this fun and evocative design charrette. During this session the students will present their designs of the 48-hour charrette held over the previous weekend. CEUs: 1 AIA For questions regarding AIA credits for this session, please contact aah@aia.org. For AIA credits, you must also complete this 10-question quiz by visiting: https://www.research.net/r/J7RPKQT  To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Renee Fiala Project Medical Planner, Associate Principal, EYP Architecture & Engineering  Graham Sinclair Project Manager, Beck Architecture 
PRE-EVENT session: Data-model-driven Master Planning: Merging Departments to Create an Integrated Interventional Platform
Learn about this case study by Stanford Health Care, in collaboration with Taylor Design, in which big data was collected, analyzed, and used the build a data model that guided the master planning for a new interventional ...
AIA-AAH
Learn about this case study by Stanford Health Care, in collaboration with Taylor Design, in which big data was collected, analyzed, and used the build a data model that guided the master planning for a new interventional platform. It is crucial to understand how a business case model differs from a data model used to predict demand for resources like operating rooms and catherization labs. The presentation will demonstrate how historical data from the electronic medical record (EMR) system was used to assess utilization of ORs and cath labs and project future demand. Additional analysis evaluated need for prep/recovery bays vs. traditional pre-operative and post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) bays. With some basics of process engineering and some relatively simple math, some very powerful information can be surfaced for the clinical business managers to turn into insights that help guide design and layout. The first phase of construction on the new integrated interventional platform is scheduled to start construction in 2020. The second phase is scheduled to start design based on the analysis in 2020. The presenters will share their original plan, dips in the road, and how they were able to achieve results that included potentially huge cost savings. CEUs: 1 AIA  For questions regarding AIA credits for this session, please contact aah@aia.org.  For AIA credits, you must also complete this 10-question quiz by visiting: https://www.research.net/r/CGWCMTH Speakers: Eric Peabody Principal and Planner, Taylor Design Ashley Umaña Director of Campus Planning, Stanford Health Care 
Research Matters: 10 Picks for the Year
To apply evidence-based design, you have to know what the best available evidence is. But research is published faster than anyone can read it. How can researchers and practitioners keep up with the most important work? In this ...
Breakout Session, olee creative
To apply evidence-based design, you have to know what the best available evidence is. But research is published faster than anyone can read it. How can researchers and practitioners keep up with the most important work? In this rapid-fire session, researchers from the Center for Health Design will present their version of visual abstracts for 10 articles of the past year, discussing what we’ve learned and what we still need to know. This session will help participants ride the waves in an ocean of evidence, without drowning in it. But even more, it will provide a shared body of knowledge for the health design community. CEUs: 1 AIA, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Melissa Piatkowski Research Associate, The Center for Health Design Addie Abushousheh Research Associate, The Center for Health Design Ellen Taylor Vice President for Research, The Center for Health Design
Revisiting Operations as the Primary Driver of Healthcare Design
This session will engage attendees to learn about the role of the nurse in the design of new healthcare facilities. Facilitators include nurses working for architecture firms, nurses within healthcare organizations, and nurses ...
Breakout Session, NIHD
This session will engage attendees to learn about the role of the nurse in the design of new healthcare facilities. Facilitators include nurses working for architecture firms, nurses within healthcare organizations, and nurses who are independent consultants in the industry. This team will present how to best utilize nurses' experience and expertise during the process and how to engage the "right" nurse at the right time. This is an opportunity to bring all your nursing questions to the experts and learn how to best leverage the nursing perspective to create optimal healing environments. Speakers: Erin Clark Clinical Operations Specialist, ClarkRN Consulting Tracy Lowerre Clinical Liaison/Nurse Clinician, VCU Health Kathy Stevenson Director of Operations and Strategy/Sr. Project Manager, Yellow Brick Consulting Allison Ong Executive Director of CTP Transition Plan & Patient Placement Service Kristina Krail Independent Healthcare Consultant, LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER | MC-1173 Maggie Duplantis Ronn Goodnough Program Manager, Clinical Design, CHI Franciscan Planning, Design & Construction Doug Grove Senior Associate / Healthcare Process Improvement Strategist, NBBJ Kelly Guzman President and CEO, Yellow Brick Consulting Pamela Jones Strategic Consultant, Page Teri Oelrich Partner, NBBJ
Searching for Goldilocks: Is There a Right Size Hospital?
Over the past few years, health systems have internally debated and executed projects that expand existing hospital campuses or plant new ones to capture market share and expand their brand presence. However, considerable debate ...
AMFP, Breakout Session
Over the past few years, health systems have internally debated and executed projects that expand existing hospital campuses or plant new ones to capture market share and expand their brand presence. However, considerable debate remains as to the threshold of adding to an existing campus or developing a smaller additional site. Is there a “right size” for a hospital? In this session, health system leaders share the business elements they use to determine the calculus. Can they be consistently applied? What is the range of dynamics that may affect those decisions? CEUs: 1 AIA For questions about CEUs, please email Glenn Fischer at gfischer@squarefootage.net Please note, there is no handout for this session to download. Speakers: Austin Purkeypile COO, AdventHealth East Orlando Hospital Ozzie Delgado COO, Cleveland Clinic Florida  William J. Hercules CEO, WJH Health (moderator)
Sensory Design: Mastering Acoustics in Healthcare Environments
In this discussion centered on evidence-based sensory design—especially acoustics in healthcare environments—design and healthcare professionals will convey best practices in creating interiors that positively impact healing, ...
IIDA, Rockfon
In this discussion centered on evidence-based sensory design—especially acoustics in healthcare environments—design and healthcare professionals will convey best practices in creating interiors that positively impact healing, rest, comfort, patient outcomes, and wellness. Designers who oversee healthcare interiors for two of the largest firms in the U.S. will join a Harvard Medical School expert to discuss auditory concerns in healthcare, keeping both patients and caregivers in mind. CEUS: 1 IDCEC For questions about CEUs, please email Fiore Barbini at fbarbini@iida.org Speakers: Amy Mays Interior Design Practice Leader, HDR Ana Pinto-Alexander Director of Health Interiors and Principal, HKS Jo Solet Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School John Czarnecki Deputy Director and Senior Vice President, IIDA (moderator)  
Spec It Right: Know Your Durable Coated Fabrics–Reduce Failures and Advance Understanding with the Durable Coated Fabric Selection Process and Program
Learn to evaluate durable coated fabrics for informed specification of healthcare upholstery. Review key selection attributes and provide an overview of minimum performance testing methods. Provide practical advice about ...
AAHID
Learn to evaluate durable coated fabrics for informed specification of healthcare upholstery. Review key selection attributes and provide an overview of minimum performance testing methods. Provide practical advice about interactions between coated fabrics, cleaners, disinfectants, and surface contaminants, especially now that the novel coronavirus pandemic requires all environments to be considered “High Risk." Introduce and demonstrate the “Durable Coated Fabric Selection Process and Programming Guide” to review testing data provided by the manufacturers. Together with our industry partner CFFA, identify performance criteria for a new Healthcare Certification for minimum testing standards for selecting durable coated fabrics for healthcare settings. Please click the download button located at the top right to download the Durable Coated Fabric Programming & Selection Guide for Healthcare handout. CEUs: 2 AIA, 2 EDAC, 2 IDCEC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here. Speakers: Teri Lura Bennett Lead Interior Designer (retired), Johns Hopkins Health System Shari Solomon Industrial Hygienist and President, CleanHealth Environmental, LLC Linda M. Gabel Sr. Facility Planner, Medical Center Space & Facilities Planning, Wexner Medical Center Barbara Dellinger Director, Design and Research, Adventist HealthCare Jane Rohde Principal, JSR Associates, Inc.
State of the Industry: Healthcare Facilities Now and Post-Pandemic
HCD Virtual will kick off with a live keynote panel moderated by Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, editor-in-chief of Healthcare Design. A multidisciplinary group of industry experts will offer their unique perspectives on top-of-mind ...
On Demand
HCD Virtual will kick off with a live keynote panel moderated by Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, editor-in-chief of Healthcare Design. A multidisciplinary group of industry experts will offer their unique perspectives on top-of-mind issues including where the industry stands in its response to COVID-19 and how lessons learned this year should be applied to future projects. The panel will also explore the role design plays in solving issues tied to health equity and access to care; ways to improve patient, family, and staff experience; and more. The panelists are: Carolyn BaRoss, principal, health, Perkins&Will  David Grandy, vice president, delivery system design & innovation, Kaiser Permanente  Walter Jones, senior vice president, campus transformation, The MetroHealth System  Jeff Stouffer, global director, principal, executive vice president, HKS Inc.  Barbara Wagner, executive vice president, Clark Construction Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, editor-in-chief, Healthcare Design (moderator) CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. Please note, there is no handout for this session to download. Speakers: Barbara Wagner Executive Vice President, Clark Construction Carolyn BaRoss Principal, Health, Perkins&Will David Grandy Vice President, Delivery System & Innovation, Kaiser Permanente Jeff Stouffer Global Director, Principal, Executive Vice President, HKS Inc.  Walter Jones Senior Vice President, Campus Transformation, The MetroHealth System Jennifer Kovacs Silvis Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare Design
State of the Science: A Review of Notable Studies Published in HERD
This presentation provides an information-rich retrospective review of studies published in HERD, the Health Environments Research & Design Journal, during the past 10 years. The HERD journal has become the premier source for ...
Center for Health Design, On-Demand
This presentation provides an information-rich retrospective review of studies published in HERD, the Health Environments Research & Design Journal, during the past 10 years. The HERD journal has become the premier source for peer-reviewed research on health environments and reaches an international audience of researchers, clinicians, and design practitioners. Session participants will expand their knowledge about the current state of the science of healthcare design. Health-related environmental science has been emerging over the past decade, and there are currently enough published studies to develop systematic literature reviews to guide healthcare design decision-making and the development of design guidelines. CEUs: 1 AIA If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. Speakers: D. Kirk Hamilton Texas A&M University, HERD Founding Co-Editor Debbie Gregory Smith Seckman Reid, Inc., HERD Co-Editor Naomi A. Sachs University of Maryland, HERD Co-Editor Jan Stichler Founding Co-Editor of HERD
The Center for Health Design Changemaker Keynote
This year’s Changemaker Award keynote honors Cyndi McCullough, MSN, EDAC, a senior health consultant who's been transforming health facilities for more than 20 years. Join us for a presentation that will chronicle her unique ...
On Demand
This year’s Changemaker Award keynote honors Cyndi McCullough, MSN, EDAC, a senior health consultant who's been transforming health facilities for more than 20 years. Join us for a presentation that will chronicle her unique Journey, share stories of successes and challenges along the way, and offer insights into the future intersection of healthcare and design. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. Speakers: Cyndi McCullough, MSN, EDAC, Director, Evidence-Based Design, HDR Cyndi is a senior health consultant, transforming health facilities for more than 20 years. With more than 30 years of experience as a registered nurse, Cyndi brings a clinical and operational understanding to facility operations, planning and programming. As a clinician and planner, she works with clients to understand the impact of strategic and operational planning, as well as technology, on space needs in healthcare facilities. Cyndi works closely with designers throughout programming, schematics and design development to create an efficient and effective environment. She is Lean Healthcare certified and works with clients to establish performance goals for improved operational efficiencies and provides clinical guidance in determining ideal functional relationships and adjacencies for master facility planning. Cyndi is the editor of two books Creating Responsive Solutions to Healthcare Change published in 2001, and Evidence-based Design for Healthcare Facilities published in August 2009, by Sigma Theta Tau International, the Honor Society of Nursing. Session Sponsored By
The Importance of Culturally Inclusive Care
Nashville sits at the intersection of two of the greatest challenges facing our country today: healthcare and immigration. To meet the needs of native-born and foreign-born uninsured and underinsured, Nashville nonprofit Siloam ...
Breakout Session
Nashville sits at the intersection of two of the greatest challenges facing our country today: healthcare and immigration. To meet the needs of native-born and foreign-born uninsured and underinsured, Nashville nonprofit Siloam Health uses a unique, interdisciplinary model to provide comprehensive medical care that addresses not just the physical, but also the social, emotional, and spiritual determinants of health. Highlighted as a case study, presenters will examine Siloam Health’s newest outreach clinic, opening in the spring of 2020, and delve into how the design of the facility supports Siloam’s model of culturally inclusive care and how these design solutions can be applied more broadly. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. Speakers: Morgan Wills President & CEO, Siloam Health Lori McGillberry Managing Principal, Kilter LLC
The Many Roads to Resilient Design
Hospitals have long been designed and managed to respond to emergencies. But the pace and intensity of community-scale disasters and the occurrence of emerging diseases is a challenge to established design approaches. This ...
tarkett
Hospitals have long been designed and managed to respond to emergencies. But the pace and intensity of community-scale disasters and the occurrence of emerging diseases is a challenge to established design approaches. This compels healthcare entities to ask how today’s designs anticipate the disaster-scale climate events and diseases of tomorrow. This session will examine available resilient design standards programs and case studies presented to substantiate the client experiences with them. In addition, a new tool specific to the design assignment will be presented. This will enable session attendees to select the route that best fits their clients’ resilient design needs. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Julie Frazier Director of Healthcare Planning, Associate Principal, Perkins and Will Megan Recher Regenerative Design Specialist, Associate, ArchNexus Willa Kuh Director of Planning, Affiliated Engineers Joss Hurford Building Performance Consultant, Affiliated Engineers
The Spectrum of Technologies: The Current and Future State of Healthcare
Current healthcare technology is advancing at an accelerated pace. How do we design and plan facilities to not only allow for current technology, but facilitate and inspire technological advancement and innovation? This session ...
Breakout Session
Current healthcare technology is advancing at an accelerated pace. How do we design and plan facilities to not only allow for current technology, but facilitate and inspire technological advancement and innovation? This session explores the spectrum of technology, from current tools that enhance the patient experience, to emerging technology and equipment in surgery and procedures, to virtual reality and the future of personalized care. Each category is supported by example projects including renovations, new construction, and technology advancement stories such as the first organ transplant delivered by drone. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. To download the handout, please click here.  Speakers: Louis Meilink Senior Principal, Ballinger Erin Cooper Principal, Director of Project Management, Ballinger
Thinking Beyond the Boundaries: Elevating Community Health Through Design
There are many determinants that go beyond the fundamental healthcare basics--access, cost, quantity and quality of healthcare services--that have a role in improving community health. Behavior, social and physical environment, ...
AIA AAH, On-Demand Session
There are many determinants that go beyond the fundamental healthcare basics--access, cost, quantity and quality of healthcare services--that have a role in improving community health. Behavior, social and physical environment, and genetics are important factors, and in order to improve the health of a community, healthcare systems must address all of these determinants in addition to providing medical care. Design plays a key role in addressing many of these health determinants, and in partnership with healthcare systems, there are many opportunities to make impactful change through community integration and the built environment to support healthy behavior and lifestyles and, in turn, develop healthy communities. It is in this context, with this dynamic backdrop, that we can explore the role of the health system in community health. With a well-defined vision, an understanding of the community’s health needs, and key partnerships and leadership, positive interventions (both large- and small-scale) can be made that emphasize health and wellness as the center for design. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW For questions regarding AIA credits for this session, please contact aah@aia.org. You can also complete the AIA verification form by clicking the download button in the top right corner (be sure to check off the session you attend) and retain it for your records. Speakers: Shannon Kraus Executive Vice President, Regional Director, HKS Kate Renner HKS 
Titanic Healthcare Shifts That Will Show Up in Tomorrow's Healthcare Facilities
Hear perspectives from three different regions of the U.S. on huge shifts they’re seeing in healthcare delivery and how they’ll impact design, construction, renovation, and real estate decisions going forward. ...
AMFP
Hear perspectives from three different regions of the U.S. on huge shifts they’re seeing in healthcare delivery and how they’ll impact design, construction, renovation, and real estate decisions going forward. CEUs: 1 AIA For questions about CEUs, please email Glenn Fischer at gfischer@squarefootage.net Please note, there is no handout for this session to download. Speakers: Jonathan B. Cogswell Asst. Vice President, Facilities Services & Engineering, Northwell Health Victoria Navarro Regional Director of Planning, Design and Construction, Advocate Aurora Health Kerrie Bartel-Christensen Vice President of Real Estate Strategy and Operations , Providence Health Jon Buggy Principal/Healthcare & Life Sciences, RSP Architects (moderator)
Translating Design into Data: How Spatial Metrics Make for a Better Patient Experience
Although the healthcare industry is overflowing with data, the built environment often plays a smaller role in data-driven decision-making because of the lack of standardized and comprehensive spatial data sets. By translating ...
AMFP, Breakout Session
Although the healthcare industry is overflowing with data, the built environment often plays a smaller role in data-driven decision-making because of the lack of standardized and comprehensive spatial data sets. By translating floor plans into data that capture qualitative architectural characteristics like privacy, travel distances, and views, this method gives the built environment a bigger voice in decision-making that relates design to healthcare performance. Learn how the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute applied an automated spatial analysis to support its data-driven approach to improving design standards, prioritizing capital projects, and enhancing patient satisfaction. CEUs: 1 AIA For questions about CEUs, please email Glenn Fischer at gfischer@squarefootage.net Speakers: Wendy Gettleman Vice President of Facilities Management and Real Estate, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Sonal Singh CEO, Spatio Metrics Jim Peraino Chief Technology Officer, Spatio Metrics
Under Construction: How to Increase Patient Satisfaction While Rebuilding an Occupied Patient Tower
With a growing body of research that highlights the relationship between relaxation and healing, healthcare centers are more cautious than ever to renovate and rebuild while ensuring minimal patient disruption. Unfortunately, ...
Breakout Session, digilock
With a growing body of research that highlights the relationship between relaxation and healing, healthcare centers are more cautious than ever to renovate and rebuild while ensuring minimal patient disruption. Unfortunately, necessary construction can still leave many patients dissatisfied, which is why when Providence St. Vincent Medical Center (PSVMC) decided to rebuild an occupied 482-bed patient tower, leadership took time to implement change management strategies and develop thoughtful construction interventions to mitigate patient disruption. Learn about PSVMC’s unique approach to an all-at-once construction methodology and open communication that led to an increase in patient satisfaction during a 27-month construction project. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW, 1 IDCEC HSW, 1 EDAC If you’d like your attendance to this on-demand session reported to AIA, you must first complete and pass a 10-question quiz. You can find quizzes for all HCD Virtual sessions here. Speakers: Nancy Roberts Chief Operating Officer, Providence St. Vincent Medical Center Karl Sonnenberg Partner, ZGF Brad Nile Senior Project Manager, Andersen Construction Co.
Using "Mickey's 10 Secret Design Commands" to Create World-Class Transformative Environments
Walt Disney's Imagineers have utilized 10 design principles to create the world's best theme parks and immersive environments that have brought joy to people for 50 years. In this presentation, we will reveal "Mickey's 10 Secret ...
AIA AAH, On-Demand Session
Walt Disney's Imagineers have utilized 10 design principles to create the world's best theme parks and immersive environments that have brought joy to people for 50 years. In this presentation, we will reveal "Mickey's 10 Secret Design Commands" and how they can be utilized in the healthcare environment to create a truly transformative healing experience for both the guest (patient) and the caregivers (nurses, doctors). Through real-life healthcare examples, we will illustrate how these magical goals have been utilized to optimize the guest experience and discuss the process in making this happen in your project. CEUs: 1 AIA HSW For questions regarding AIA credits for this session, please contact aah@aia.org. You can also complete the AIA verification form by clicking the download button in the top right corner (be sure to check off the session you attend) and retain it for your records. Speakers: Steven Langston Design Director  RLF