In this episode of the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: The impacts of climate volatility, cybersecurity threats, artificial intelligence, and building information modeling and construction technology have increased pressure on major construction projects on top of labor availability and supply chain adversity.
If your approach to delivering construction is the same as it was in early 2020, you’re probably inviting more risk to your project than you want.
As part of our Owner’s Outlook series, special guest Alanna Klein, Product Director of Construction and ...
In this episode of the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: The past three years have been tumultuous in the health care construction economy, and the patterns in recent construction claims might surprise some. Which types of claims are popping up, in what regions are they appearing, and what types of facilities are involved?
On this episode of our Owner’s Outlook series, hear from special guest Brett Lamb, co-founder and CEO of Construction Discovery Experts.
In this episode of the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: Since the beginning of 2022, prices for construction services and materials have seen significant increases. How have these increases impacted the advancement of both new and ongoing health care construction projects?
On this episode of our Owner’s Outlook series, hear from special guest Clint Russell, Vice President of Capital Deployment – Construction and Equipment at HCA Healthcare.
Now on the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: The COVID-19 pandemic kicked off a pivot in health care construction and design, and acute care facilities have been rapidly renovating to adapt their spaces to evolving public health care needs.
From the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: Over the last 12–24 months, Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) have seen steep cost escalation in their expansion and renovation plans, with expense increases exceeding 10 percent. Combined with nationwide staffing shortages, CAHs are at a crossroads as to how to proceed.
On this episode of our Owner’s Outlook series, hear from special guest Eric Shell, Chairman of Stroudwater Associates, a national advisory firm that designs solutions for rural and community hospitals.
In this episode of the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: Staffing challenges and cost inflation are seriously impacting health care construction as well as other sectors of the U.S. construction economy.
In this episode of the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: The Supreme Court recently upheld the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) vaccine mandate, which requires recipients of federal Medicare and Medicaid funding to ensure that employees, including third- party contractors, are vaccinated against COVID-19. The Court’s decision has clear implications for owners of health care facilities and their contractors with active construction work in 2022 and beyond.
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- NJ Approves Cannabis Regulatory Amendment with Major Impacts on Class 5 Retail License Holders
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