Academy for Healthcare Infrastructure (AHI)
The National Institute of Building Sciences Academy for Healthcare Infrastructure (AHI), a collaborative research program that brings together leading healthcare professionals to address industry challenges at a national level, focuses on improving the processes to create and maintain the complex built environment required to support America’s healthcare mission. The AHI forms interdisciplinary research teams to explore issues is this arena, and to date has created white papers, presented at the 2016 AHI Forum, on topics that include owner organization for successful project outcome, developing a flexible healthcare infrastructure, project acceleration/speed to market strategies, defining the next generation’s focus, and reducing capital costs. For more information, visit www.nibs.org/ahi.
|Owner Organization for Successful Outcomes||D. Kirk Hamilton, FAIA, FACHA, Professor of Architecture (Texas A&M University)||Jan 11, 2016|
|Defining The Next Generation’s Focus||Mardelle Shepley, FAIA (Cornell University)||Jan 11, 2016|
|Reducing Capital Costs||Dennis Bausman, PhD (Clemson University)||Jan 11, 2016|
|Developing a Flexible Healthcare Infrastructure||Jan 11, 2016|
|Project Acceleration/Speed to Market Strategies||Rebekah G. Gladson, FAIA, rggroup global||Jan 11, 2016|