Venue: The Building Centre, Store Street, London WC1E 7BT
Time; 7.45 - 10.15am
Health facility infrastructure projects provide a significant opportunity to redesign patient journeys to improve patient flow and experiences of care through the development of future models of care to inform infrastructure design.
A recent Australian health infrastructure planning project brought an innovative approach to the planning of the Emergency Department (ED) by applying future focused data driven insights to test care models and inform design to support safe and efficient patient care in the right setting, by the right care provider, at the right time.
Digital modelling approaches were applied in addition to the traditional facility planning approach to provide increased certainty in the proposed models of care and the design solution through data driven insights.
The digital twin of the ED represents the real-world system based upon rigorous analysis and comparison with the empirical data. In this scenario, the digital twin was used to investigate the future performance of the ED under a number of patient arrival forecasts, ED redevelopment configurations and alternate models of care.
Come and join us as our expert panel discuss:
How can we successfully integrate emerging digital technologies and tools with traditional facility planning approaches to deliver projects with impact?
How can the application of digital twin technology facilitate and support genuine stakeholder engagement and consultation?
How can digital twin technology support user change management and adoption of new ways of working in the context of a health infrastructure redevelopment?
Henry Riley / TSA
Robyn is a highly effective project and strategy professional, with expertise in delivering major Health infrastructure projects. Robyn joined TSA Management a major Australasian Project Management firm in 2015 after a successful career in emergency care and health management.
She has steadily grown a passionate, energized and highly capable - specialist Health Advisory team, working with Public and Private Health Care Sector providers and infrastructure delivery agencies to deliver sustainable solutions that improve patient outcomes across Asia Pacific. Robyn’s success comes from combining deep hands-on sector experience with the creative application of innovative ideas, and robust commercial and business strategies.
Since May 2023 Henry Riley have been partnered with TSA Management. Together, Henry Riley and TSA expand their reach, experience and expertise to almost 900 project professionals across 24 offices.