Day 1 - Wednesday 25th November, 2015
8:00
Registration, coffee & networking
8:30
Opening remarks from the Chair
8:40
KEYNOTE Delivering a 21st century healthcare system: Why it’s time to do more

• Delivering record investment in health infrastructure

• Meeting emerging health challenges

• Ensuring the long term sustainability of our healthcare system


Planning a functional design to embed models of care
9:10
Achieving innovative improvements in design & models of care

• Establishing best practice for partnering with consumers to achieve design innovation

• How planning for consumer engagement early on can positively transform design outcomes

• Examining tools to achieve consistent engagement across the lifecycle of a capital works project


9:50
SPEED NETWORKING

In this interactive session you will have the opportunity to meet all the delegates in short 60 second bursts, exchange business cards and set up valuable conversations for the rest of the event.

10:20
Morning tea & networking
10:50
How future changes in clinical organisation might impact hospital design

11:30
Delivering best practice for project delivery

• Aligning models and design for a functional infrastructure

• Managing contracts and building readiness and confidence amidst a live environment

• Practical insights from Gold Coast University Hospital and Robina Hospital


12:10
Networking lunch
Achieving transition readiness through change strategies & stakeholder collaboration
1:10
PANEL DISCUSSION How to plan an engagement strategy that meets project outcomes & determines innovation in design?


1:50
Elements that determine transformation, transition & operational readiness (TTOR)

• Identifying key elements that inform TTOR from the brief through design, construction and commissioning to operation

• Understanding key processes and change strategies required to ensure operational readiness

• Employing TTOR tools to manage the process


2:30
Afternoon tea & networking
3:00
Identifying consumer skills to ensure an authentic engagement

• Getting your consumers to value their opinion and not as if they’re ticking your boxes

• Communicating the requirement with clarity to a typical volunteer workforce

• Case study perspective: Harvey District Hospital and the Collie District Hospital upgrade


3:40
How to plan for a final design that meets the needs of a health facility of the future

• University of Canberra Public Hospital and car park: design, construct and maintain

• Planning for construction 2016 – what to expect, what to watch out for?

• Preparation of final design, commissioning and going live


4:20
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of day one
5:30
Mid Conference Workshop B commences

Masterplanning the 21st century hospital

Day 2 - Thursday 26th November, 2015
8:30
Welcome, coffee & networking
9:00
Opening remarks from the Chair
Ensuring a successful operational project delivery on time & on budget
9:10
KEYNOTE Fiona Stanley Hospital: How we planned work in a new physical environment

• Lessons learnt in commissioning the largest healthcare building project in Perth

• Engaging clinicians and embedding new models of care


9:50
SPOTLIGHT

In this interactive session you will gain a better understanding of all the hospitals present within the room and the different challenges they face.

10:20
Morning tea & networking
10:50
Driving innovation to deliver within budget & scope

• Implementing new delivery methodologies and forms of contract

• Future proofing a health system while achieving financial accountability


11:30
Understanding the complexities of commissioning

• Commissioning hospitals is not just about a building and a move day!

• Working amidst high expectations and achieving an integration of design, clinical workflows, ICT and logistics

• Understanding how large investments in health infrastructure is linked to significant clinical service redesign


12:10
Networking lunch
1:10
Expanding market capabilities in private healthcare investment
2:30
Afternoon tea & networking
3:00
Planning an efficient clinical relocation without underestimating the resources

• Undertaking a clear assessment of the gaps and collaborating to fix them as you go

• Knowing if and when to re-initiate your stakeholder engagement

• Ensuring the models of care designed are actually functional


3:40
Facilitating clinical innovation in a federated model through a service provider framework

• How to provide common experiences across multiple entities in a highly federated model

• How to foster innovative solutions in an environment where new projects can take years to initiate or receive funding

• Approaches to building a service provider framework to act as an enabler of repeatable clinical models of care


4:20
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of conference

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