Healthcare Symposium Exhibition & Social (SES)
The Future of Healthcare Delivery
February 28, 2013
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
6550 Bertner Street
Houston, TX 77030
Brought to you by the Committee On Architecture for Health
Keynote Address: The Future of Healthcare Delivery
Dr. Robert Robbins, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer
Texas Medical Center
As the question of healthcare delivery is continually addressed in the halls of the government, an unquestioning reality for the industry today is the ability to deliver more quality care, for less capital investment, to more people managing and sharing data along the way. An intersection between healthcare and architecture becomes apparent where more is being asked of the built environment under increasingly scrutinized budgets and timetables. What does the future look like concerning the synergies and operational efficiencies to be gained in the understanding of how the healthcare marketplace anticipates solving tightening budget belts and increased patient loads?
This program is appropriate for all professionals related to the planning and development of healthcare environments from planners, architects, engineers, clinicians, institutional leaders, contractors, developers, project managers, real estate leaders, product vendors, and building owners / managers. This program is considered to cover fundamental information basic to meet the educational needs of every professional at every experience level.
First annual SES Student Healthcare DESIGN INTERVENTION
The Houston AIA's Committee on Architectural for Healthcare is happy to announce the first annual SES Student Healthcare DESIGN INTERVENTION! As an expansion to our annual Seminar, Exhibit and Social (SES) event scheduled for February 28th of 2013 this student competition seeks to expand the SES event via the inclusion of energetic student proposals to a healthcare related architectural problem. In this, first year of the event, we are asking 4 teams of students from architectural schools around Texas to generate solutions to a problem, convene in Houston in advance of the SES for juried presentations, and attend the annual SES with 300+ architects, contractors and facility owners. We invite participation from architecture students from around the state and look forward to the innovative work they will produce for the competition.
5:00 PM Reception / Exhibition
6:15 PM Keynote Speaker
7:15 PM Student Competition Annoucements
8:00 PM Program Adjourns
Interns - $20.00 | AIA Member - $40.00 | Non Member - $80.00
1.5 HSW Learning Units
All AIA Members will be reported
All Non Members will receive certificates