Gordian and Suzanna Hoppszallern, Senior Editor - Data and Research, Hospitals & Health Networks Magazine
Event Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 1 pm Eastern (12 pm CT)
Updates, upgrades and other facility alterations at hospitals and healthcare systems can be a challenge. This webinar will cover 2017 Hospital Construction Survey results about future construction and infrastructure projects, budgets and designing for efficiency. Experts in healthcare construction will consider the results and examine the streamlined processes that are bringing success to many health systems.
Join us for this webinar and learn:
- Key growth areas in hospital construction projects
- Trends hospital executives report in their facilities plans
- How these trends are affecting health care processes and driving efficiencies
- Benefits of job order contracting
- Real-world examples from hospitals that have implemented streamlined procurement processes
David Clark, MBA, LEED AP
Associate Vice President, Facilities Construction and Design, Jackson Health System
David J. Clark, MBA, LEED AP, is the associate vice president, facilities construction and design (FC&D) at Jackson Health System. In this role, he oversees all project initiatives throughout the system, as well as directs design and construction of all expansions, new construction, interior and exterior renovations and infrastructure expansion and replacement projects. He spearheads the daily operations of multiple design and construction projects and system‐wide initiates with capital budgets from various public funding sources. He also prepares the health system’s capital budget and the budget for FC&D department.
Territory Manager, Gordian
Mike Guerra has been involved in the construction industry for approximately 29 years. He has worked in school construction, maintenance and operations and has served in various roles including Project Manager/Account Manager/Territory Manager. He has vast experience working within multiple industries and clients in Healthcare as well as City, State and Federal organizations. In his current role as Territory Manager for Gordian, Mike is directly involved in assisting each client in creating construction documents, providing costing mechanisms (pricing catalog), creating specifications, implementing construction management software and training, assisting and providing support to the RFP/RFQ process and procurement of construction contracts, and overall technical support to all account managers within his territory.
Senior Editor, Data and Research, Hospitals & Health Networks Magazine
This webinar is brought to you on behalf of: