SMPS Colorado April Luncheon: 2019 Healthcare Outlook
The Colorado Chapter of the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) will host a panel discussion of key issues impacting the healthcare industry at the Denver Atheltic Club (1325 Glenarm Place, Denver) on April 10 from 1:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Learn how aging populations, innovative technology, expanded care delivery and other factors continue to shape today’s healthcare systems and facilities from our local panel of industry influencers.
Registration is available on the SMPS Colorado website event page. Registration for members is $55 and registration for non-members is $90. Ticket prices will increase after April 4.
Moderated by Conor Ryan, Western Region, EDI, Ltd. Director of Business Development, the panel includes Banner Health Senior Project Executive Kyle Majchrowski, Avista Adventist Hospital-Centura Health Chief Executive Officer Jillyan McKinney, Children’s Hospital Colorado Senior Project Manager Jamie Staton and CBRE Brokerage Services Senior Associate Naum Nasif.
Majchrowski supports the team that manages renovations and new construction throughout the Western Division. He is also a founding member of Ripple Intent, a non-profit group which organizes built environment events focused on improving people’s experiences.
McKinney has a reputation for bringing greater physician alignment and leading her teams to a collective goal of improving the health and well-being of their community.Staton is managing the 200,000-square-foot expansion to the Children’s Hospital Colorado North Campus facility. She has spent the past 12 years of her career on the owner side, exploring fresh and innovative approaches to the complexities and challenges inherent in healthcare design and construction.
Nasif has more than 10 years of experience specializing in healthcare real estate for landlords and tenants throughout the Denver-metro area. He brings a detailed understanding of today’s dynamic healthcare environment, including hospital systems, medical specialties, and how each plays a critical role in successful medical office buildings.