For centuries, the hospital (or clinic) was the meeting place where patient and physician came together. Today, the expectation for where, how and when these two parties converge is shifting at a rapid pace due in large part to the accelerated adoption of telehealth and other digital technologies.
While COVID-19 may have necessitated the initial surge in virtual visits, technology promises to have a lasting and meaningful role in the transformation of healthcare moving forward.
This dynamic panel discussion will explore the initial considerations and far-reaching implications of telehealth’s emergence with a focus on the built environment. Leaders in healthcare design, real estate and technology will share important insight from their work within health and wellness as well as ideas and inspiration that can be drawn from other industries.
- Gain understanding of current telehealth trends and anticipated future evolution of telehealth services.
- Strengthen perspective of current impacts of telehealth in the planning and design of healthcare spaces.
- Build knowledge of fundamental shifts in healthcare real estate and facility management strategy.
- Obtain a glimpse into the tech-enabled care being considered in healthcare and the imagined scenarios that could influence future healthcare design solutions.
This webinar is approved for 1 LU credit for continuing education with AIA and 1 Health, Safety, Welfare credit with IDCEC.
A leading health planner in our healthcare practice, Todd has over 18 years’ experience working on a variety of domestic and international projects. Skilled at guiding multidisciplinary stakeholders, Todd responds to patient, staff and organizational aspirations by combining functionality, technology and experience within healthcare environments. A respected thought leader, Todd frequently presents at leading industry conferences and is a surgical and interventional platform subject-matter expert at CannonDesign.
Norm is a proven thought-leader and proponent of building DEI into culture, operations and space design. His contributions help foster inclusive frameworks and programs around -outcomes-based initiatives and goals. His successes in guiding institutional leaders through strategic transformations equip him to drive measurable impact within the diverse communities that organizations strive to serve.
Norm has more than 20 years of executive experience in healthcare advisory services and operations management, and most recently was the Chief Operating Officer for a regional health plan.
As an experience designer, Kimberly facilitates conversations to identify the extraordinary physical and digital elements to achieve ideal experiences. Kimberly’s background is in interior design and storytelling, pushing the boundaries of possibility. She seeks to form friendships between human and technology in ways that reimagine experience and optimize operations.
Lorie Damon leads Cushman & Wakefield’s Healthcare Advisory Group, working with team members and clients across the country to promote Cushman & Wakefield’s leadership and best practices in healthcare real estate leasing, management, and transactions across the continuum of healthcare assets. Lorie has 16 years of experience in healthcare real estate. She served as Vice President, Healthcare Finance with Raymond James, where she advised healthcare systems regarding their real estate strategies, including acquisition, disposition, and monetization; developer selection; joint venture formation; and strategic alignment of real estate assets with their clinical goals and directions.
She also served as Vice President of Education and Research for BOMA International, leading the organization’s efforts to provide best-in-class professional development and research to the commercial real estate industry.
Sol Rogers is the Global Director of Innovation for Magnopus. Founded in 2013 by Oscar winners Ben Grossmann and Alex Henning, Magnopus creates extraordinary experiences and technologies that unite the physical and digital worlds. The company is known for its continuous innovation in the entertainment industry; its Emmy-nominated VR projects; its role as a leader in virtual production through its groundbreaking work on Disney’s The Lion King (2019); and its pioneering work in building the next internet...the Metaverse.