Medical Design Forum: Balancing Costs & Quality in an Evolving Landscape - Feb 9-10, 2017

This two-day forum explores how tightening budgets impact healthcare providers and their capital projects. Providers face a new reality of performance metrics affecting revenue streams; they seek insight into long term patient flow, equipment costs, and facility use to navigate an uncertain future. In this evolving landscape, design professionals are well-suited to partner with owners and facilities managers to build for an uncertain fiscal future with economical and high quality designs.

The forum will include multi-disciplined expert panel discussions, an expo with demonstrations of emerging prefabrication and modeling technologies, and a tour of an award-winning, adaptive reuse project – Seattle Children’s South Clinic in Federal Way.

Medical Design Forum: Balancing Costs & Quality in an Evolving Landscape
Thursday & Friday | February 9 & 10, 2017
Both days: 8:00-5:00 pm (Project Tour on Friday Afternoon)
Renton Pavilion | 233 Burnett Ave S, Renton, WA 98057

 

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Special Thanks To Our Medical Design Forum Sponsors

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