Delivering Value to Executives at PDC Summit 2015

February 16, 2015  |  Frank Brooks

Every year, the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) hosts the International Summit & Exhibition on Health Facility Planning, Design & Construction (PDC Summit). The summit brings together professionals from a variety of backgrounds to discover new ways to create value for the healthcare built environment.

Since making a huge announcement about joining forces last November, the PDC Summit 2015 will be the first time FreemanWhite and Haskell attend the annual conference together as one team.

To showcase the strength of this newly expanded team, FreemanWhite shares two leaders, Mark Furgeson and Michelle Mader as speakers in the Delivering Value to the Executive Level session track of the conference. This track provides high-level guidance for bending the cost curve for healthcare facilities and specific strategies for delivering value to healthcare’s C-suite.

What is the PDC Summit?

Watch the video below to learn more about the PDC Summit 2015 taking place in San Antonio, Texas, March 15 -18, 2015.

About the Sessions

Monday, March 16 | 9:45 am – 10:45 am

Retain Market Share: Repurposing Today’s Built Environment for Tomorrow’s Health Care

Presented by: Michelle Mader, Director of Strategy, FreemanWhite, a Haskell Company and Art Kjos, Executive Director of Facility Planning, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

The session will explore why adapting today’s built environment to meet tomorrow’s health care needs is a strategic opportunity to deliver facilities with greater speed and at a lower cost in the center of the communities they serve. Read more on the PDC Summit website

Monday, March 16 | 3:15 pm – 4:30 pm

Retain Market Share: Build the Right Thing for an Uncertain Future

Presented by: Mark Furgeson, President, FreemanWhite, a Haskell Company

This session will offer guidance on smart planning that adds value to a project and decreases life cycle costs. It will also cover burgeoning trends in healthcare policy and strategy impacting the future of design. With Mark, attendees will identify opportunities for designing adaptable, flexible buildings that can respond to the challenges of an unknowable future. Read more on the PDC Summit website

If you would like to learn more about the conference and the sessions we are participating in, visit the PDC Summit 2015 website.

In case you missed it: Hear how Haskell and FreemanWhite are poised to revolutionize healthcare solutions here.



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