2016 Sponsors

HTS, Inc.


EMJ Construction


  The ACE Summit & Reverse Expo - ACE stands for Architecture, Capital Equipment and Engineering. This event is uniquely positioned to focus on healthcare construction and capital equipment projects and brings together senior healthcare executives with suppliers of architecture, construction, capital equipment, engineering and facilities products or services. Learn more.

The Reverse Expo - format provides the most efficient opportunity to network with leading Senior Hospital and Health System Executives as they host attendees in their exhibit booth. This format allows healthcare executives the optimal way to enhance existing relationships and forge new ones. Learn more.

  Business Exchanges - at the ACE Summit provide unique networking opportunities to meet executives from architecture, construction, equipment planning, engineering and other ‘specifier’ firms. Learn more.

  Thought Leaders - lead the education at each ACE Summit. Speakers include Health System CEOs to Medical Pioneers to Humanitarian Aid Advocates. Learn more.

Breakout Session Audio: Watch 2015 Breakout Session presentation slides with audio through the 2015 ACE Vimeo Channel. Listen Here.

Breakout Session PDFs: Download PDF versions of speaker presentations. Download Here.
  IDN Attendee Titles: Download a PDF of Hospital / Health System / GPO titles represented at the 2015 ACE Summit Reverse Expo. Download Here.

[ACE Talks] Clinical Equipment Sourcing Process

Monday, November 16, 2015

By Sean Poellnitz, CHRISTUS Health

Clinical Equipment Sourcing Process

Lately, many IDNs across the country have been starting to weigh the need to involve clinical evidence as it relates to outcomes and quality of the procedures when weighing the total ROI of major capital purchases. Many robotics decisions are starting to spotlight this area as we find the need to secure the proper capital to retain, recruit and enhance our opportunity with Physicians. read more

[ACE Talks] Planning for the New Age

Friday, August 21, 2015

By Robert Chafin, Director of Research, Bluegrass Business Media

Y2K. Remember that? December 31, 1999. There was a segment of people that said that would be the last New Year’s Eve ever. As soon as the clock struck midnight, “it would be all over,” they said.  read more

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