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As an ASHE Preferred Education Provider, our attendees will receive 1 continuing education credit (CECs) toward fulfillment of the requirements of Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) renewal for EACH webinar in our series attended.

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What is Facility Compliance Think Tank?

An exclusive, hand-picked collective of some of the nation’s top healthcare facility compliance professionals coming together online to educate in regards to life safety standards and current practices.

Facility Compliance Think Tank is comprised of top hospital facility directors, facility compliance industry leaders, and a former Joint Commission surveyor. Facility Compliance Think Tank offers best practices in healthcare facility compliance through a webinar series, a LinkedIn thought leadership group, and an online Q&A for the compliance community at large.

Be a part of this amazing gathering of facility compliance experts! Learn from their real-time experiences and how to move forward PRO-ACTIVELY.

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SPRING 2021: Building Strategies Series

Our spring Building Strategies Series assists facility managers and construction managers by providing examples related to building design, financial strategies, building operation strategies, and compliance issues. Each webinar is tailored to meet current trends and identify future changes already existing within each trade.

Optimizing Your Building Automation Systems


In this webinar, we explore the different strategies to maximize your building automation program. Topics will include what is required to upgrade your current system, including patient safety issues, pre-construction risk planning, infection control and real-life examples of current strategies will be provided by vendors and facility directors working within the healthcare engineering field. Additional topics will include the importance of auditing your program to ensure correct staff training and proper controls are in place to meet FGI guidelines (negative and positive air pressure changes) within the facility. This webinar is beneficial for both new and seasoned facility managers looking to change their current program or explore additional opportunities available. 

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Upgrading your current system 
  • Building automation system trends
  • Strategies to maximize your current system
  • Auditing your current system to ensure it Is working correctly
  • FGI Guidelines-Air Pressures

Presenters: Lance Wolf, Adam Zorn, and James Plotz

Lance Woolf-MBA, CHSP
Director of Life Safety Compliance
(Former Joint Commission Surveyor)
Soleran Inc.
Adam Zorn
Director of Engineering
Children's Mercy Hospital
James Plotz
Director of Building Automation Sales Western US
Johnson Controls
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Changes in Future Building Designs


With the introduction of COVID-19, it quickly became evident that many healthcare facilities were struggling to meet the demands due to the current facility design. During this time, many different strategies were implemented to meet negative pressure demands. As a result, current building designs were lacking in meeting the demands of the pandemic. In this webinar, we will take an in-depth look at preliminary designs already identified for future building construction. We will also explore the current issues designers are having with future designs as a result of current codes. The webinar will provide real-life examples for current healthcare facilities to help assist them in meeting demands.

In this webinar, you will learn: 

  • How to approach new designs with administration post COVID-19 
  • Examples of new designs
  • Possible challenges in meeting new design demands
  • Regulations affecting new designs

Presenters: Lance Wolf, Jason Piper, Phil Shuman, and Paul Wetzel

Lance Woolf-MBA, CHSP
Director of Life Safety Compliance
(Former Joint Commission Surveyor)
Soleran Inc.
Jason Piper
Administrative Director of Planning, Design, and Construction
Advent Health Mid-America Region
Phil Shuman
Vice President, Northeast Healthcare Leader
Whiting Turner
Paul Wetzel
Project Manager, LEED AP BD+C
Whiting Turner
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Reducing Cooling Costs During The Summer Season


This webinar focuses on strategies to reduce chiller cooling costs within a facility during the summer months. Current systems and designs are ever-evolving which creates positives and negatives for facilities management and contractors working within the healthcare environment. In this webinar, vendors and facility directors will present real-life examples of strategies that focus on cost-saving measures, efficiency, and redundancy. Additionally, future trends will also be discussed with pre-planning help for upcoming construction projects.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Identify new designs that meet ASHRAE guidelines
  • Maximize your current system through efficient operations
  • Identify redundancy strategies during a chiller failure
  • Understand chiller operations 

Presenters: Lance Wolf, Clayton Smith, John Schmidt, and Craig Elliott

Lance Woolf-MBA, CHSP
Director of Life Safety Compliance
(Former Joint Commission Surveyor)
Soleran Inc.
Clayton Smith
Sr. Director of Engineering
Children’s Health-Dallas
John Schmidt
Healthcare Sales Engineer
Craig Elliott
Healthcare Vertical Market Leader
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Previous Think Tank WebinarsNAVIGATING COVID

Exploring the Pitfalls of Specializing Trades Within the Engineering Department


Presenters: Lance Woolf, Adam Zorn, Scott Amburgey, and Clayton Smith


Increasing Compliance Proficiency Through Digital Automation


Presenters: Lance Woolf, Brian Schott, Joe Hosler, and Will Walburn


How to Maintain Healthcare Facilities with Limited Resources


Presenters: Lance Woolf, Jason Piper, Damion Schinnerer, and Jeff Lehmann


Possible Changes in Emergency Preparedness


Presenters: Lance Woolf, Kawika Feltman, Robert Loseman, and Gene Mellin


COVID-19 and the Importance of Understanding Air Pressures Within Your Facility


Presenters: Lance Woolf, Maureen Aldrich, Tony Van Dyke, and Brian Crum