AN INVITE-ONLY GATHERING OF REAL ESTATE & FACILITIES LEADERS FROM THE NATION’S TOP HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS.

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THE EXPERIENCE
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PEER SOURCED PROGRAM

The topics and themes explored at the Health Facilities Innovation Forum are determined through candid conversations with our extensive network of facilities executives from the nation’s leading health systems and then carefully vetted by our esteemed Advisory Council.

PARTNER STRATEGY MEETINGS

The unproductive days of aimlessly strolling an expo floor are over! In advance of the forum, registered participants are able to login to a private network and review the service providers attending and schedule facetime with the ones that interest them most.

MEMORABLE NETWORKING

From jeep tours of the San Andreas Fault to a golf outing and a networking dinner under the desert sky, HFIF provides a memorable environment to establish meaningful relationships.
From the Blog…
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    Over the past decade, green building initiatives went from fringe practice to mainstream movement. Th
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  • What Can Facilities Leaders Learn from Gallup’s State of the Workplace Report?

    Gallup’s annual State of the Workplace report is out--and the results are clear on one thing: The old ways
    Hannah Chenoweth
  • Brian Weldy of HCA on Igniting a Culture of Innovation in Facilities Management

    Innovation: a word that’s overused, loosely defined and absolutely critical to the survival of your compan
    Hannah Chenoweth
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING…
Doug Carney SVP for Facilities & Real Estate
CHOP
“The main attraction to me is the caliber of my peers who are always there.”
Ken Cowan
Senior Account Executive
NRG
“There is No Comparison. This is where you really spend quality time with decision makers. It’s really more strategic and that is important.”
Brian Weldy Vice President of Facilities
HCA
“Well planned and organized! It’s learning what people have learned from their experiences. What worked, what didn’t work…and then trying not to repeat those mistakes, but also learn to take risks to try new ideas.”
REQUEST AN INVITE TO ATTEND
Participation in the Health Facilities Innovation Forum is by invitation-only. If you lead facilities planning, design, construction or operations for a multi-unit health system please request an invite by providing your info below.
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