May 24, 2018
May 25, 2018
08:00 - 15:30
08:00 - 15:30
Canadian Centre for Healthcare Facilities (CCHF) is delighted to offer healthcare leaders innovations in design and technologies being applied in healthcare facilities that are redefining operationalization and patient care.
In addition, the conference includes audience involvement in structured and informal networking opportunities throughout the two-day event. A reception, speaker’s hosted dinner, and site tours of the new Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Segal Centre are also included.
Highlights of topics and speakers include:
– Calgary’s Cancer Centre design innovations, presented by the principal design leads from DIALOG and Stantec
– technology interfaces and platforms being used to triage, treat and monitor mental health patients and the complementary evidence-based design of the Segal Centre facility in Vancouver
– the largest facility planned for the ‘Riverview’ site in the province of BC, Centre for Mental Health and Addiction, featuring a panel discussion by the senior project team from the design-build and clinical planning leaders
– Richard Tam, Executive VP and CAO Mackenzie Health presenting on building blocks of the SMART at Mackenzie Health in Vaughan, Ontario
– A report on rapidly evolving technologies on the cutting edge, by Dr. Seth Bokser, University of California San Francisco
In addition, interactive networking sessions harnessing the “brains in the room” will encourage group problem solving from multi-disciplinary perspectives that can be drawn upon in your career development and everyday projects. Expand your network, ideas and learn.
Connect, Share, Innovate!
Topics / Speakers
Advanced Technologies in Patient Care: Report from Silicon Valley
Dr. Seth Bokser, MPH, University of California San Francisco, Paediatrics & Chief Medical Officer at Oneview
Calgary’s Cancer Centre Healthcare Facility and Academic Facility
Jane Kondo, Principal, Stantec Architecture
Diego Morettin, Principal, Dialog
Surrey’s Healthcare Technology District & Personalized Health Data
Rowena Rizzotti, Vice-President Healthcare and Innovations, Lark Group
Dr. Brendan Byrne, Founder, First Steps, Former CIO, Telus Health
Innovative Design Tools from the Health Design Lab Informing St. Paul’s Redevelopment Project
Caylee Raber Director, Health Design Lab, Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Michele Trask, Senior Clinical Planner, St. Paul’s Redevelopment Team
Centre for Mental Health and Addiction (CMHA -‘Riverview’) Redevelopment Project – Innovative Facility Design Features Supporting Clinical Care
Connie Coniglio, BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services (BCMHSUS), Provincial Executive Director, Adult Mental Health and Substance Use
Public Health Services Authority
Amir Rasheed, Director of Clinical Planning and Capital Projects, Public Health Services Authority
Lakh Bagri, Project Director, Crimson Point Consulting Inc
In-Patient / Out-Patient Mental Healthcare: ‘Virtual’ Community Care Innovations and Human-Centred Design Innovations
Monica McAlduff, Director, Mental Health and Substance Use, Vancouver Coastal Health
Knut Boeck, Principal, dys architecture
Building Blocks of a Smart Hospital
Richard Tam, Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer, Mackenzie Health, Ontario
Virtual-Reality Mock-Ups: An Innovative Approach for Facility Design
Jonas Shultz, MSc EDAC, Human Factors Specialist, Health Quality Council of Alberta
Infection Prevention and Control Technology Innovations being Adopted Across Canada Scan
Barry Hunt, Chairman, Canadian Hospital Acquired Infection Reduction
Structured Interactive Networking Sessions
An opportunity to share and learn with your fellow delegates
and so much more…!
Plus our interactive networking sessions in small groups and site tours. Contact Rita, firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be a group leader!
Summary Agenda (subject to change)
May 23 rd, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm @ Atlas restaurant in the Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre
Conference Day 1:
May 24, 8:00 am – 2:00 pm. Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre
Tours 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm BC Children’s Hospital & Segal Centre
Dinner 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm @ Location TBA (Ticket required).
Conference Day 2:
May 25, 8:00 am – 1 pm, Sessions, Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre
1:00 pm – 3:30 Structured Interactive Networking
Conference Fees: $1,460 (plus tax) for private sector, or $900 (plus tax) for hospitals and government, includes: networking breakfasts, lunches and breaks, conference materials and presentations & tours. Join us for a networking dinner following the first day of the conference. Transfers to the tour sites included. One day rates are available.
Payment must be received by CCHF prior to the event for entrance.
Note: Speakers and topics may change based on their availability. CCHF makes every effort to only publish confirmed speakers.
Fees are non-refundable. Registrants may be replaced by a colleague of the same organization, if written notification is given prior to the event. Note that CCHF does not guarantee all speakers. There may be substitutions due to availability or the need to make program changes. In the highly unlikely event of a program cancellation, CCHF will credit your company for the same value of the next event in your area.