CHOOSE A SITE
September 5-7, 2018
St. Regis Deer Valley | Park City, Utah

Agenda

Wednesday, Sept. 5


12:30-2:30pm Registration, lunch, introductions
2:30-3:30pm HCD Insights: What’s Now, What’s Next
Speaker: Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, editor-in-chief, Healthcare Design
Description: In this exclusive presentation for HCD Forum, Jennifer will offer a unique perspective on trends, challenges, and opportunities within the healthcare sector and what they mean for design. Culled from a year’s worth of Healthcare Design competition entries, magazine interviews, industry events, and our 2018 A/E/C survey results, these insights provide a 30,000-foot-view through the eyes of a seasoned journalist and longtime industry insider.
3:30-4pm Q+A, group discussion
4-5pm Attendee free time
5-8pm Dinner in Park City (venue TBA)
8pm- Attendee free time in Park City

Thursday, Sept. 6


7:30-8:30am Breakfast
8:30-9:30am Surviving Medicine in the 21st Century
Speaker: Danielle Ofri, MD, attending physician at Bellevue Hospital in New York City and author of “What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear”
Description: Disillusionment in medicine feels like it’s reaching epidemic proportions. Doctors and nurses say they would never choose the field if they had to do it all over again. Medical error and burnout seem to be everywhere. But it might be too soon to close the book on the medical profession. This presentation examines the impact of disillusionment, highlighting strategies for re-engaging caregivers, combating burnout, and thriving in the new era of medicine.
9:30-10am Q+A, group discussion: The role of design in staff retention
10-10:30am Break
10:30-11:30am Sonic Humanism
Speaker: Joel Beckerman, composer, founder of Man Made Music, and author of “The Sonic Boom”
Description: As humans, we’re wired for sound, reacting to sound faster than any other sense. But because we process sound subconsciously, it can be challenging to understand when to use sound and why—making it the most undervalued and underutilized tool in storytelling and experience design. In this presentation, Joel will unpack how “sonic humanism”—the power of sound to make our lives both richer and simpler—can be applied across fields, from curated sonic experiences and product design all the way to the sonification of data to create a future “Symphony of Healthcare.” You’ll walk away with an understanding of how to harness the power of sound to solve for business and human pain points, as well as an approach for creating more emotional, intuitive, and compelling experiences.
11:30am-noon Q+A
noon-1pm Lunch
1-2:30pm WORKSHOP: Designing with Sound
2:30-3pm Break
3-4pm Breakout Sessions: What Have We Learned?
Description: Moderated small-group discussions.
4-6pm Attendee free time
6-9pm HCD 10 Awards Dinner (venue TBA)
Description: Join us for cocktails and a fantastic dinner off-property as we honor Healthcare Design magazine's HCD 10 award winners for 2018. The HCD 10 annually celebrates professionals across 10 categories of nominees, from architects and interior designers to construction professionals, facility managers, and owners. Meet the winners and learn more about their impressive contributions to the industry over the past year.

Friday, Sept. 7


8-9am Breakfast
9-11am Breakout Reports
Description: Previous day's small-group session reports and next steps.
11am Event officially ends