03X - Systemwide Facility and Capital Planning to Align with Changing Models of Care
Monday, March 20
Healthcare delivery is rapidly changing with population migration, aging, technology impacts, staffing challenges, site-of-care changes and transition to value-based care. And the facility platform for many health systems is out of sync with these major, persistent trends.
Penn Medicine set out to understand how these trends were playing out across its health system and how to best position its hospital campuses. Important questions to answer were: What operational efficiency improvement opportunities could be realized? Are key service lines optimally organized to create efficient access to care delivery? How do we engage stakeholders and drive a comprehensive planning process? What are the capital needs and priorities across our health system?
This session will outline a successful planning process that aligns facility and capital resources with care delivery; discuss the priority findings other health systems should be on the lookout for; share innovative ways to efficiently use facility resources; and frame the approach for synthesizing and prioritizing needs across multiple sites of care.
- Embrace a more efficient processes to assess the gap between current state and future needs and strategic objectives.
- Understand the considerations for making long-term capital investment decisions.
Phil DeBruzzi, FACHE
Allison Wilson-Maher, FACHE
Vice President–Real Estate, Design and Construction
Elizabeth Brinkley, AIA
Derek Tasch, AIA
Health System Architect