ASHE 2014 PDC Summit
The PDC Summit is an elite industry event coordinated by a trusted network of not-for-profit organizations with expertise in health care planning, design, and construction. More than 3,200 senior leaders from hospitals, design firms, and construction companies attend the PDC Summit to share perspectives on optimizing healing environments. This is the one conference with a balanced audience of C-level, design, construction, and operations professionals with more than two-thirds of attendees returning to the event each year.
PDC Summit programming offers cutting-edge topics affecting the future of the health care built environment and presents thought-provoking research and presentations focusing on cross-team collaboration, PDC sustainability, designing for future generations, technology integration, and more. Plan to attend the PDC Summit to network with top industry professionals in the field and get the information you need to maximize value in the health care built environment.
This year's PDC Summit programming will embody the theme "Building for the Ages." 2014 PDC Summit programming will focus on the structural value of the health care built environment over time, as well as better ways to serve a multi-generational population with different needs, abilities, and work-style preferences.
The 2014 PDC Summit will offer comprehensive sessions with specialized tracks that cover the spectrum of health facility planning, design, and construction. The summit is formatted to follow the natural progression of the PDC process for health facility projects and facility utilization. The flow of the 2014 PDC Summit also supports the programming theme, "Building for the Ages," by starting with strategy on Monday, then moving on to building and construction on Tuesday, and culminating to performance excellence on Wednesday.
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Flow of Presentations
PDC STRATEGIC TOPICS | Planning (Monday)
Sessions will focus on the high-level, long term view of the health care industry, delivery care models, and their implications for planning, design, construction, and operations. Presentations will offer performance metrics to substantiate effective design and construction initiatives which result in sustainable operations for short term outcomes and over the usable life of the facility.
PDC APPLICATION TOPICS | Design and Construction (Tuesday)
Presentations will focus on health facility design trends and execution concepts that are new or on the horizon at a national or international level, and discuss how research and market needs inform and drive facility design and project delivery.
PDC OPERATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY TOPICS | Performance Excellence (Wednesday)
Sessions will focus on operational sustainability practices and design measures that add a return on value for the organization so they can prepare for future factors affecting health care facilities.