The presentation, “Knowledge Management! – The New Penicillin” explores how the concept of Knowledge Management can be applied to the design, construction, maintenance, and operations of healthcare facilities. In addition, the impact of information technology on current and future healthcare facilities is addressed.
Gillespie and Otte provided a short overview of the evolution of information technology within the healthcare industry, beginning with the “Information Age.” The presentation focused on the future impact Knowledge Management is expected to have on equipment acquisition strategies, construction management delivery parameters, and the A/E selection process. Attendees learned about upcoming trends in Knowledge Management projected for the next 10 years and will come away with insights on improving facility planning.
Gillespie and Otte presented on October 24, 2012 at the Annual HFI Conference in Englewood, CO.
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Otte has over 25 years of experience in the engineering and design of complex data, fire, security, sound, and telecommunications systems. In addition, he has expertise in commissioning, threat analysis, project and contract management, and quality control review. Otte is certified in many areas including Software House Access Control, Lenel Enterprise Applications, Panasonic Application, NICET Level 4, and EST Platform Training. Last July, Otte presented “UTC – The Future of Access Control in Security” at the UTC Access Control Symposium.
Gillespie has nearly 30 years of experience in the design of commercial, industrial, and healthcare projects, including large-scale healthcare facilities. He was the senior project architect for the design of the first all-digital hospital covering more than one million square feet. He is currently a member of American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Accredited Professional. Most recently, Gillespie was published in the QST Journal of the ARRL in September, 2011 for his article “Alabama Slammer” on emergency communications during the 2011 multi-state tornado.
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