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Healthcare Construction Forum

Sep. 9, 2020
Healthcare Construction Forum
September 24, 2020
9:00 AM - 12:45 PMRegister
Healthcare Construction Forum - President, Jeremy Billig, PE - Panelist

While the healthcare industry is ever-changing with new policies and regulations, demand for new healthcare facilities and infrastructure upgrades continues to grow – especially in response to COVID.  At this years’ Commerical Observer Healthcare Construction Forum, McLaren’s President, Jeremy Billig, PE will be part of the Development and Master Planning for Future Healthcare Needs seminar where he will share his insights on trends in increased outpatient facilities and on-demand healthcare centers.

The expert panel will discuss how facilities can accommodate healthy patient care in the wake of a pandemic and tailor their development and master planning strategies to respond to new COVID-specific requirements. This interactive, virtual conference is integral to all involved in healthcare design and construction as the market seeks to adapt its physical infrastructure to the effects of the pandemic.

Development and Master Planning for Future Healthcare Needs Panel 

With a global pandemic top of mind, the healthcare industry has seen a continued trend of increased outpatient facilities and on-demand healthcare centers. To properly prepare for unpredictable circumstances and required shifts in healthcare practices, this panel will discuss how facilities will accommodate healthy patient care in the wake of a pandemic and how facilities will tailor their development and master planning strategies to respond to new COVID-specific requirements.

About the Healthcare Construction Forum

While the healthcare industry is ever-changing with new policies and regulations, demand for new healthcare facilities and facility upgrades continues to grow. With the added factor of the COVID-19 pandemic and preparations for a potential resurgence, the healthcare industry will continue to see a trend of increased outpatient facilities and interim healthcare centers. The unpredictable and fluid impact to the healthcare industry will continue to require new technology and research facilities, which influence decisions about new hospital locations, design and functionality. Speakers from the healthcare design and construction industry will discuss the effects of the pandemic, and how they are developing best practices for patients to come back to facilities for routine visits and procedures.