As healthcare for Americans becomes a topic everyone seems to be talking about, the real estate industry is listening intently and looking for solutions for delivery of services.
Facilities are now acting as catalysts for the total health of communities through intentional planning, design, and construction.
CoreNet Global Arizona’s March 21 event at the Phoenix Airport Hilton explores this topic with Terry J. Wood, Vice President Real Estate National Facilities Services for the Kaiser Foundation. Mike Brinkley of Pacific Medical Buildings will serve as facilitator.
Kaiser Permanente is an American-integrated managed care consortium based in Oakland, California. It was founded in 1945 by industrialist Henry J. Kaiser and physician Sidney Garfield.
Its quality of care has been highly rated and attributed to a strong emphasis on preventive care. As of 2017, Kaiser Permanente operates in eight states including Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado, Maryland, Virginia, Georgia,) and the District of Columbia. It is the largest managed care organization in the U.S.
The presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, March 21, at the Hilton Phoenix Airport Hotel, 2434 S. 47th St., Phoenix. The event begins at 11:30 a.m. Registration is $35 for CoreNet Global Arizona members and $70 for non-members. Register here.
CoreNet Global seeks to support its dynamic global network of professionals by offering education and networking opportunities that advance knowledge, connect people, and promote personal excellence. The mission of the Arizona Chapter is to connect groups of professionals, end users and service providers in order to advance knowledge, promote personal excellence and add value to each individual and their respective enterprises. Our chapter accomplishes our mission through facilitating and sponsoring a variety of diversified programs that provide members educational and networking opportunities. For more information, visit arizona.corenetglobal.org.