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Healthcare Infrastructure: Building Big Ideas with Project Portfolio Management

Today’s healthcare providers are striving to maximize patient volume and minimize operational costs in an environment filled with capital-intensive infrastructure projects. And construction contractors serving this sector are increasingly interested in reducing costs and shrinking timelines in order to boost the volume and profitability of projects.

In response to these trends, Oracle has launched a Webcast series on the changing strategy of healthcare capital planning and construction. The series—featuring product strategy and industry experts—explores the critical role that project portfolio management solutions play in achieving financial discipline, increasing operational efficiency, and mitigating risk.

The Webcasts are available for on-demand viewing.

How We Got Here: The Shifting of Healthcare’s Infrastructure Strategy
The first Webcast in the series features Garrett Harley, director of Engineering and Construction Strategy for Oracle Primavera, and Thomas Koulouris, an independent consultant with extensive experience in hospital operations, capital projects, and infrastructure. Together, they explore

  • The evolution of the healthcare delivery system
  • Drivers and challenges facing the current healthcare infrastructure
  • The importance of communication and integration between healthcare providers and contractors, and how these two elements affect bottom lines

A New Delivery Model: Integrated Infrastructure and Lifecycle Solutions for Capital Assets
In the second Webcast, Harley and Koulouris focus on the immediate and lasting bottom-line impact that project portfolio management solutions can have on the costs and risks of healthcare infrastructure projects—for both contractors and healthcare providers—from planning through hand-over and operation. Topics include

  • The shift in healthcare infrastructure strategy and how it impacts providers and contractors
  • Communication and integration between providers and contractors and why it is so important to the bottom line
  • Integrated infrastructure lifecycle solutions for capital assets and how these solutions benefit businesses
  • The importance of project portfolio management solutions to the new integrated delivery system in healthcare infrastructure

Register today and learn more about the Webcast series, The Future of Healthcare Infrastructure: Building Big Ideas with Project Portfolio Management.

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