Building Technology Track 

Monday, February 20, 2023
Building Technology Track: Environmental Management (Air Quality Control and Infection Control)1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Maintaining a safe and uncontaminated physical environment is a critical factor in the patient experience as well as their care. This session will showcase how healthcare facility leaders are adapting to changing needs in air quality and infection control, the opportunities they see to improve these processes and how they keep patients and clinicians safe while improving the patient experience.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify a blueprint to better prepare facilities to better prevent healthcare associated infections (HAIs).

2. Develop internal and external partnerships to strengthen facility processes around mitigating infection.

3. Recall the latest updates around the alignment of standards for facility ventilation.

4. Summarize the fundamental building blocks of a successful environmental management program.

Building Technology Track: How AI and Machine Learning Will Drive the Future of Healthcare Facilities Management2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are among the technology trends that will shape the future of healthcare. Join this panel of industry thought leaders as they discuss how their organizations are using AI and machine learning to improve processes, increase efficiency, and take a look at the future interoperability of their facilities.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Summarize the importance of developing a formal process for gathering and

sharing best practices and learnings from historical projects.

2. Evaluate the building blocks/elements for an initial project platform.

3. Analyze how data, technology and artificial intelligence can optimize and drive the platform/system.

4. Explain the benefits healthcare organizations have realized from AI/machine learning initiatives.

Building Technology Track: Using Data to Transform and Optimize Facilities4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Data, and the ability to interpret and use it, is driving the transformation of healthcare in both the clinical and operational sectors. This session will provide the audience with an inside look at how the University of Miami Health System facilities organization is transforming acute care and non-acute care operations through measurable data, KPIs, and benchmarks.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Analyze the creation of a facility dashboard to manage variables including maintenance, security, and building/facilities life cycle.

2. Explain the criteria for choosing the critical elements to measure I your dashboard.

3. Demonstrate the need to partner with technology and data analysts to build a customized, scalable solution.

4. Explain how to evolve and utilize software solutions and the insight they provide to help shape facility strategic plans.