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  • CM14D6-Building a Healthier Food System; A Menu of Options for Food Service Operations

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    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - The Menu of Options panel will provide participants with information about how hospitals and health systems have committed to improving their food service operations, purchasing and serving healthier food to their patients, staff and the community, and how their efforts contribute to building a healthier food system.

    Session Description

    The Menu of Options panel will provide participants with information about how hospitals and health systems have committed to improving their food service operations, purchasing and serving healthier food to their patients, staff and the community, and how their efforts contribute to building a healthier food system. Participants will also hear about ways in which sustainable food service activities can be tracked for progress and environmental health impacts.

    Presenters

    Marc Zammit, Partner, Changing Tastes | Aparna Bole, MD, Sustainability Manager, University Hospitals, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics, CWRU School of Medicine, University Hospitals

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14D7-Balanced Choices: Sustainability Initiatives Connecting Patient-Centered Care, Evidence-Based Design and Design Innovation

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/04/2014 - Sustainability is a platform that bridges patient-centered care, evidence based design and design innovation. This session will bring together a diverse group of views, all with a goal of advancing the quality of health care through design.

    Session Description

    Sustainability is a platform that bridges patient-centered care, evidence based design and design innovation. This session will bring together a diverse group of views, all with a goal of advancing the quality of health care through design. Whether looking at healing environments, research or future-ability, there are balanced choices to be made. Each participant will pose one primary question that will bring these considerations to the fore.

    Presenters

    Cynthia Hubbell, Director of Healthcare Development, Tarkett North America | Lisa Platt, Director of Business Product Development, Planetree | Ellen Taylor, AIA, MBA, EDAC, Director of Research, The Center for Health Design | Salley Whitman, MHA, Executive Director, NXT Health

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14A1-Leadership Characteristics in Highly Sustainable Organizations

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/03/2014

    Recorded on 06/03/2014 - Common knowledge dictates that sustainability initiatives require grassroots support, but who supports the grassroots? Approaching the question from a cultural standpoint this panel will explore common characteristics of leadership in the sustainable health care initiatives of three hospitals.

    Session Description 

    Common knowledge dictates that sustainability initiatives require grassroots support, but who supports the grassroots? Approaching the question from a cultural standpoint this panel will explore common characteristics of leadership in the sustainable health care initiatives of three hospitals. The panel includes speakers who hold sustainability project or full program leadership positions at Yale-New Haven Health, Gundersen Health System, and Partners HealthCare, plus a primary speaker who has been studying sustainability in health care from an anthropological perspective.

    Presenters

    Linda Tonge, Director, Knowledge and Blueprint Practices, VHA, Inc. | Cristina DeVito, MS, Sustainability Coordinator, Yale-New Haven Hospital | Monica Nakielski, MBA, Project Manager, Sustainable Initiatives, Partners HealthCare Systems Inc. | Tom Thompson, Wildlife Ecology, Sustainability Coordinator, Gundersen Health System

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14A2-University Hospitals: Design and Implementation of a Health Care Energy Management Plan

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    Recorded on 06/03/2014 - This session will detail UH's case study of implementing the HHI Leaner Energy challenge through collaborating with internal and external stakeholders and creating a system wide energy management plan,

    Session Description

    Join us as we outline the dynamic relationship between the Healthier Hospital Initiative, Cleveland's own University Hospitals (a Practice Greenhealth award winner), and The Medical Center Company (UH's district energy provider). This session will detail UH's case study of implementing the HHI Leaner Energy challenge through collaborating with internal and external stakeholders and creating a system wide energy management plan, including the establishment of a revolving energy efficiency fund. This session will focus on how to create an energy management program, including structuring a revolving fund to support energy efficiency efforts, and how data management tools such as a web-based energy metrics dashboard, USEPA's ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager, and a geographic information system (GIS) can support successful energy management in health care facilities.

    Presenters

    Aaron Morford, PE, Healthcare Energy Specialist, The Medical Center Company | Lauren Kleinman, MA, MENR, Outreach Specialist, Healthier Hospitals Initiative | Matthew Pietro, University Hospitals Health System

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14A3-Baptist Health Partners with Businesses for Pharmaceutical Waste Management Success

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/03/2014-This session will share a case study from Baptist Health South Florida and will focus on implementation strategies for an efficient and compliant pharmaceutical waste reusable bin management program, including team development, identification of business partners, medication labeling, bin placement, training and ongoing monitoring.

    Session Description

    This session will share a case study from Baptist Health South Florida and will focus on implementation strategies for an efficient and compliant pharmaceutical waste reusable bin management program, including team development, identification of business partners, medication labeling, bin placement, training and ongoing monitoring. Baptist Health has collaborated with Daniels-Zenith to manufacture a full line of patented containers bringing safety, efficiency, and environmentally friendly solutions.

    Presenters

    Katina Fernandez-Huici, CPhT, RPT, Manager, Pharmacy Special Programs, Baptist Health South Florida | Christie Juez, CPhT, RPT, Pharmaceutical Waste Program Administrator, Baptist Health South Florida | Tyler Purtill, Business Manager, Daniels Sharpsmart, Inc | Michael McGann, Director of Business Development, Zenith Environmental Services

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14A4-Global Green and Healthy Hospitals - Sustainability in Health Care Around the World

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/03/2014 - Global Green and Healthy Hospitals (GGHH), founded by Health Care Without Harm in 2012, is a worldwide network of hospitals, health systems and health organizations committed to sustainability.

    Session Description

    Global Green and Healthy Hospitals (GGHH), founded by Health Care Without Harm in 2012, is a worldwide network of hospitals, health systems and health organizations committed to sustainability. It continues to grow and evolve — institutions representing the interests of more than 4,500 hospitals are now members. Panelists will discuss sustainability initiatives from three continents, and how GGHH is promoting connection, collaboration and innovation among them.

    Presenters

    Dong Shin, MD, Yonsei University Health System, South Korea | Marcos Tucherman, Sustainability Manager, Albert Einstein Hospital, Sao Paulo, Brazil | Scott Slotterback, Global Green and Healthy Hospitals Policy Director, Health Care Without Harm

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14A5-Implementing and Documenting the HHI Safe Chemicals Challenges

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/03/2014 - The Healthier Hospitals Initiative (HHI) represents a shared leadership to promote healthier communities, including reductions in exposures to harmful chemicals. In this session, Beaumont Health Systems and Kaiser Permanente will serve as case studies for how to implement the Safer Chemicals Challenge, discussing best practices, steps for overcoming challenges, internal messaging, strategies for achieving the challenges, and key partnerships with vendors in the purchase of safer materials.

    Session Description

    The Healthier Hospitals Initiative (HHI) represents a shared leadership to promote healthier communities, including reductions in exposures to harmful chemicals. In this session, Beaumont Health Systems and Kaiser Permanente will serve as case studies for how to implement the Safer Chemicals Challenge, discussing best practices, steps for overcoming challenges, internal messaging, strategies for achieving the challenges, and key partnerships with vendors in the purchase of safer materials. The session will provide participants engaged in the HHI Safer Chemicals Challenge with the opportunity to share their own experience and to learn from other participating hospitals about potential solutions to barriers to success.

    Presenters

    Aparna Bole, MD, Sustainability Manager, University Hospitals, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics, CWRU School of Medicine, University Hospitals | Vanessa Lochner, Director, EPP Program, Kaiser Permanente

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14A6-Balanced Menus: Addressing Antibiotic Resistance and Climate Change in the Cafeteria

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    Recorded on 06/03/2014 - On average, Americans eat 33 percent more meat than is recommended by the USDA. This meat-heavy diet has negative environmental and public health impacts. Globally, livestock for meat and dairy production accounts for 18 percent of the world's greenhouse gases. In addition, approximately 80 percent of all of the antibiotics used in the U.S. are used in agriculture, primarily for meat production, which is contributing to a sharp increase in antibiotic resistant bacteria.

    Session Description

    On average, Americans eat 33 percent more meat than is recommended by the USDA. This meat-heavy diet has negative environmental and public health impacts. Globally, livestock for meat and dairy production accounts for 18 percent of the world's greenhouse gases. In addition, approximately 80 percent of all of the antibiotics used in the U.S. are used in agriculture, primarily for meat production, which is contributing to a sharp increase in antibiotic resistant bacteria. Two important strategies that are part of the Balanced Menus program for health care facilities, "Less Meat and Better Meat", can help to offset both the climate impacts of meat production and the rise of antibiotic resistant bacteria. Balanced Menus asks hospitals to reduce their meat purchases by 20 percent, well within dietary recommendations, and utilize the cost savings to purchase more sustainably-raised meats. Hear real-life Balanced Menus strategies and ideas for implementation from Barbara Hamilton at Palomar Health, and the results of the Balanced Menus Challenge evaluation project conducted in participating Maryland hospitals.

    Presenters

    Tarah Ranke, MPH, Microbiologist (ASCP), University of Maryland, Baltimore | Barbara Hamilton, LEED Green Associate, LEED AP, System Sustainability Manager,

    Palomar Health

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • CM14A7-Energy Investment Successes from Hospital CFO's

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 06/03/2014-As an increasing number of hospitals plan for energy related projects, this session will clearly illustrate the many advantages to peer-to-peer communications and how hospitals can build on one another's successes through project visibility.

    Session Description 

    This session by four hospital CFOs who have made significant and replicable investment in energy projects, two energy specific companies who have been involved in energy conservation on an international scale, and representatives from the U.S. Department of Energy, will review energy investment strategies, creative and timely approaches to achieving environmentally sensitive energy infrastructure alterations and a new website through which hospital CFOs and others in the sector can share successes, learn from one another, and create a forum for bringing the environmental, financial and social aspects of energy alterations to the forefront of thinking in the fiscal operations of health care facilities. As an increasing number of hospitals plan for energy related projects, this session will clearly illustrate the many advantages to peer-to-peer communications and how hospitals can build on one another's successes through project visibility.

    Presenters

    Drew M Chidester, Sr. Director Energy and Environmental, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center-Presbyterian Shadyside | Ed Karlovich, Chief Financial Officer, Hospital and Community Services Division, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center | Michael Allen, Chief Financial Officer, Gundersen Health System | Erin Richmond, Project Manager, JDM Associates

    Pricing

    Member: $0   Non-member: $29

  • Green Build Series: Going Green, Chasing Gold - The Story Of Methodist Olive Branch Hospital

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 5/29/14: This presentation will address some of MOBH's most innovative green design features, including a geothermal HVAC system and dynamic, photoelectric glass that automatically adjusts its tint to reduce solar gain.

    Session Description

    Methodist Olive Branch Hospital, opened August 26, 2013 in Olive Branch, MS, features several green design innovations only rarely seen in the U.S., and is currently on track for LEED Gold certification under the LEED HC rating system. If certified, it would be the first LEED HC Gold facility in the world. This presentation will address some of MOBH's most innovative green design features, including a geothermal HVAC system and dynamic, photoelectric glass that automatically adjusts its tint to reduce solar gain. Using MOBH as a case study, design team members will explain how an Integrated Project Delivery model helped the project achieve the client's high expectations for energy efficiency while still remaining under a limited budget and on a fast-track schedule - 24 months from conception to completion. Presenters will go over a series of lessons learned, ranging from the challenges of selecting the most efficient HVAC system to best practices for implementing the IPD model. Attendees will leave with concrete, practical strategies for conceptualizing, selecting and installing green design elements in their own projects.

    Learning Objectives

    • Examine innovative green design features not yet common in the health care industry, including geothermal HVAC systems and photoelectric glass.
    • Outline best practices for HVAC selection aligning energy, maintenance and cost considerations.
    • Identify agreements and methods necessary to keep IPD projects on-budget and on-schedule.
    • Discuss how the IPD approach can facilitate more sustainable, efficient designs.

    Presenters

    Greg Gore, AIA, NCARB, Principal-in-Charge, Gresham, Smith and Partners

    Gregory A. Gore, AIA, NCARB, is a Senior Healthcare Principal for GS&P’s Nashville Design Studio. Having recently completed several greenfield and replacement hospital projects, Greg's clients have commented on his ability to blend creativity and functionality.

    Greg has been involved with a diverse range of projects with clients such as HCA, CHS Ascension, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare and Mayo Clinic-Jacksonville. By exceeding expectations and project successes, ongoing partnerships have been established developing opportunities for continued GS&P involvement. He has also been successful implementing BIM and IPD methods for the new Middle Tennessee Medical Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and Methodist Olive Branch Hospital in Olive Branch, Mississippi.

    With over 25 years of experience in healthcare architecture, Greg brings exceptional leadership and knowledge to every project. Greg is trusted and respected by his peers, truly displaying a team atmosphere when it comes to working with all members of the project team. Greg is an AIA Member, as well as a registered architect in nine states.

    David Zegley AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Project Architect, Gresham, Smith & Partners

    David Zegley, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, is an architect in GS&P’s Healthcare market. David has more than 7 years of experience designing for a wide variety of healthcare clients, with a focus on sustainability and green design. Outside of the office, he enjoys designing and building furniture and spending time with his family.

    Eric Sheffer, LEED AP, Principal/Sustainability, Smith Seckman Reid Facilities Commissioning

    At SSRCx, a facilities commissioning and sustainability consulting firm, Eric manages a team of building performance and sustainability professionals who work with contractors, designers, and owners to build and maintain more sustainable facilities. His expertise is collaborating with project teams to achieve the performance goals and a high quality and environmentally sound building within the project’s design, operational, and budgetary parameters. Eric has worked on healthcare, corporate, and institutional projects for private, state, and federal clients.

    Eric began working with the sustainability of buildings and campuses while in graduate school at the Pennsylvania State University where he was involved in the research and writing of the Penn State Indicators sustainability report & manual. He worked in the design and construction of light commercial and green residential projects for several years. Eric serves as an adjunct lecturer on Building Systems and LEED® for Vanderbilt University’s Graduate School

    Pricing

    Member: $0 Non-member: $29 Construction Specialties Guest: $0