April 27, 2018

Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Senior Vice President Marc Sauvé, MBA, Lean, will deliver the opening keynote address at the 29th Annual Health Facility Institute Symposium on April 30 in Williamsburg, Va. The presentation will focus on the future of healthcare facilities and system planning, outlining how providers can successfully plan, implement and deliver projects in a climate that is constantly changing.

Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Senior Vice President Marc Sauvé, MBA, Lean, will deliver the opening keynote address at the 29th Annual Health Facility Institute Symposium on April 30 in Williamsburg, Va. The presentation will focus on the future of healthcare facilities and system planning, outlining how providers can successfully plan, implement and deliver projects in a climate that is constantly changing.

“The healthcare landscape is evolving so rapidly it remains a blur until it’s behind us. To be successful, providers must calibrate the evolutions in the world of patient care,” commented Sauvé. “By detailing market trends and legislative shifts, we can develop a strong game plan for tackling the challenges that lie ahead. I look forward to discussing the future of American healthcare at this year’s Health Facility Institute Symposium.”

A summary of the presentation follows.

The Solidification and Final Destination of American Healthcare
Presentation by Marc Sauvé, MBA, Lean

The final destination of America’s healthcare system is vividly clear. As the transformation  continues, a myriad of market forces are reshaping the landscape into tomorrow’s delivery system. Both parties can no longer hide the costs driven by corporate greed and industry shenanigans. The acceleration of mergers and acquisitions will not counter the end of top line growth; new infrastructure deployment strategies must be customized to individual market dynamics. This presentation visually quantifies healthcare’s money streams over the last 50 years for a deeper understanding of our national debt and how it is affecting our healthcare system.