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Accelerating Speed to Market through Adaptive Lean Methods (Chicago CoP)

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LCI Chicago Community of Practice

presents

Accelerating Speed to Market through Adaptive Lean Methods

Thursday, February 9, 2017

3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Drinker Biddle & Reath
191 N. Upper Wacker Drive
Suite 3700
Chicago, IL  60606


Palos Community Hospital in conjunction with Loyola University Medical Center developed an Infusion Center as part of their relationship to support cancer services in the Orland Park region.  The infusion center was the first of three major parts of the cancer program being developed for Orland Park.  For a number of reasons the speed to market for the infusion center was critical, thus the design and construction process was adapted to respond to this need.   

Presenters:

David Jaeger, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, EDAC – HED, Principal & Healthcare Studio Leader 

David has been with HED for 24 years. He leads healthcare planning and design for the firm along with continued involvement in project development. With 32 years of experience designing healthcare environments, David works with clients to implement lean design solutions that focus on effective use of space to enhance the patient and staff experience. He earned his Bachelors of Science, Architecture from Lawrence Technological University.

Sandra McCullough, RN, MBA - Loyola University Health System, Director Ambulatory & Practice Development

Sandi has been a nurse for more than 20 years.  In her current position as Director of Ambulatory and Practice Development, Sandi plays an instrumental role in the planning, design, and construction of new clinics throughout the Loyola health care system, focusing especially on clinical work flow, standardization, and regulatory compliance.

Lucas J. Kibbon, PE, LEED AP – Walsh Construction, Project Manager

Lucas has been with Walsh Construction for 16 years. He specializes in Healthcare Construction, with experience working on projects in a wide range of delivery methods. Lucas is early-on in his lean journey, with his first formal lean training taking place at the 2016 LCI Congress in Chicago. Lucas works closely with his customers and project team members in a collaborative approach to enhance the planning, design and construction of projects for all involved parties. He earned his Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

COST:

  • $75 = LCI / AGC / AIA / COAA Member 
  • $85 = Non-Member
  • $55 = Faculty Member
  • $20 = Students

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