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51st Annual Meeting and Trade Show

Benton Event Center 17322 I-30, Benton, AR 72019

May 5-6, 2016

www.aahe-ar.org

Arkansas Association for Healthcare Engineering Annual Meeting and Trade Show

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Agenda

Thursday, May 5 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. AHE Scholarship Golf Tournament - Silver Spr ings Country Club, Benton, AR

3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Board Meeting for AAHE Board Members - Benton Event Center , Meeting Room 3

5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. AAHE Welcome Reception Sponsored by: Powers of Arkansas Benton Event Center - Outdoor Plaza Friday, May 6 7:00 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. Registration and Breakfast - Meeting Room 2

7:45 a.m. - 8:15 a.m. Welcome and Installation of 2016-2017 Officers Dennis Callahan, AAHE President; Biomedical Coordinator , Arkansas Hear t Hospital

8:15 a.m. - 9:15 a.m. Keynote Session - Meeting Room 2 (1.0 contact hour) Turning Boos into Cheers Walt Coleman, NFL Referee; Controller , Hiland Diary, Little Rock

9:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Clinical Session - Meeting Room 4 (2.0 contact hours) The Circular Economy: How Smart Hospitals are Controlling Costs by Rethinking Notions of Waste Kevin Gill, Director , National Sales, AllPar ts Medical & Dunlee, Nashville, TN Steve Muniak, Regional Sales Manager, Central Region, AllPar ts Medical & Dunlee, Nashville, TN Objectives ♦ Identify the current state of the circular economy within the medical device market ♦ Discuss the current marketplace of “recycle, repair and reuse” vendors

9:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Facilities/Safety Session - Meeting Room 2 (2.0 contact hours) Test Your Code Knowledge Bill Koffel, PE, FSFPE, President, Koffel Associates, Inc., Columbia, MD

Objectives ♦ Identify how the 2012 addition of NFPA 101 will affect new and existing facilities ♦ Discuss the inspection, testing and maintenance of fire alarm systems based on NFPA 72

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Trade Show and Lunch (provided) - Meeting Room 1 Come by and visit with exhibitors to see what products and services can work for you. Be sure to com-

plete your Passport to Prizes to be entered in the cash drawing. Winners will be announced at 1:00 p.m. You must be present to win!

1:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Business Meeting - Meeting Room 2 Neil Gaiser, AAHE Incoming President; Administr ative Director of Facilities, CHI-St. Vincent Infirmary, Little Rock

1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Clinical Session - Meeting Room 4 (1.0 contact hour) Round Table Discussion and Hot Topics Mark Robertson, CBET, Director of Clinical Engineering, UAMS Medical Center

1:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. Facilities/Safety Session - Meeting Room 2 (1.0 contact hour) Building Controls and Retro-Cx Industry Update Ed Tinsley, PE, CEM, LEED® AP, HFDP, CHFM, CHC, Executive Managing Principal,

TME, LLC and CEO of Bernhard Energy Objectives ♦ Discuss how to sustain a decreased energy profile ♦ Identify new techniques to measure, monitor and control energy consumption

2:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Facilities/Safety Session - Meeting Room 2 (1.0 contact hour) Leading in Tough Times: Learning from Survivors Barry Goldberg, Principal Executive Coach, Entelechy Partners, Inc., Little Rock

Objectives ♦ Discuss how culture building can engage your team/facility ♦ Describe the importance of mental toughness while leading your department

4:00 p.m. Evaluations and Adjournment

15-minute breaks will be taken in the morning and afternoon sessions.

Dress Code: Business casual attir e is encouraged (guests as well as speaker s) for all events and sessions.

Continuing Education: All attendees will r eceive a cer tificate of attendance for all meetings. Contact hour cer tificates will be awarded to all attendees who sign-in at the registration desk and attend the entire program.

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Faculty Ed Tinsley, PE, LEED® AP, CEM, HFDP, CHFM, CHC is an Executive Managing Pr incipal at TME and CEO of Bernhard Energy. He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Ed has more than 35 years of experi-ence in facilities engineering both as a consultant and as a representative of the building owner for healthcare, higher education, governmen-tal and commercial clients. During his career as a consulting engineer, he has managed the design of more than 300 construction projects with a total cost in excess of $5 billion. Ed is a noted authority on chilled water systems, surgery HVAC systems, and other healthcare facility components. He has authored numer-ous articles and presentations, is a member of ASHE faculty, and is a former hospital facility manager. Ed has taught more than 150 classes on a variety of subjects including ventilation systems, high-performance MEP/FP systems, infection control and risk assessment, energy pro-curement, commissioning, sustainable design, and energy conservation. He has also authored numerous magazine articles and white papers, including many sections of “ASHE’s Health Facility Commissioning Guidelines and Handbook.” Ed has received eight energy awards from ASHRAE for projects he has designed or managed. He has also been presented with two Presiden-tial Awards for Leadership in Federal Energy Management. In 2004, Ed was inducted into the Arkansas Academy of Mechanical Engineers (AAME), as a result of his impact in the field of engineering and his contributions to the community. In 2009, he received an Engineering Excellence Award in the category of Building and Technology Systems from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC). Ed was presented with the 2010 Crystal Eagle Award by the American Society of Healthcare Engineers (ASHE) in recognition of his lifetime of service and his achievements in healthcare facility management. Ed is an instructor and member of ASHE and a former chair of the ASHE Facility Management Committee. During his tenure as the Com-mittee Chair, the Committee developed a benchmarking program for healthcare facility maintenance and operations and published a compre-hensive manual on Healthcare Facility Planning. He is also a member of the ASHRAE a former member and past chair of the HVACR Li-censing Board for the State of Arkansas; a member of the Healthcare Facilities Education Committee for the Arkansas Department of Health; and a member of AAHE. Walt Coleman has been applauded by hundreds and booed by millions. Thanks to television, he has annually visited near ly every home in America between August and February since 1989. He is one of the most publicly maligned yet profoundly anonymous men in the world - Walt is the national football league (NFL) referee wearing number 65. In addition to 27 years of pre-season and regular season games, he has officiated in nine divisional playoffs, seven wild card playoffs, two conference championships and was an alternate in two NFL Super Bowls. After 41 years on high school, collegiate and professional gridirons, Walt has a vast collection of humorous and meaningful experiences and observations to share about the game and about life. Despite what some sports analysts and fans think, when he’s not officiating, Walt is a loving husband and father and a respected businessman at Hiland Dairy; Walt resides in Little Rock with his wife, Cynthia. Since 1974, he has been a fifth-generation participant in the dairy business, and currently serves as controller in between NFL games and during the off-season. Walt holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with honors from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. He is active in the Little Rock community and serves on many boards and associations. He was past president of the Major Sports Association of Greater Little Rock Chamber of Commerce and the Arkansas Dairy Products Association. He was past chairman of the Arkansas Area Council of Boys & Girls Clubs of America and past board member of the Milk Industry Foundation-Washington, D.C. Walt is currently a board member of the Little Rock Boys & Girls Club. For Walt, when it comes to life, it’s not just about winning or losing, it’s about playing by the rules and being confident in how you call the game. Barry Goldberg is the founder and pr incipal executive coach at Entelechy Par tner s, Inc. He serves a global client base as an execu-tive coach and leadership development consultant working primarily with senior executives and change leaders. He speaks globally on lead-ership, executive development, strategy and organizational effectiveness. In addition, Barry is a chair for Vistage International, hosting pri-vate advisory board meetings for CEOs and owners of businesses and their key executives in central Arkansas. Bill Koffel, PE, FSFPE is the president of Koffel Associates, Inc., a fire protection and life safety engineering design and consulting firm. He is recognized as an expert in the fire protection and life safety aspects of codes and standards. Headquartered in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area, the firm provides consulting; engineering design and construction administration; codes and standards devel-opment; seminar development and training; product testing; and evaluation/representation and litigation support to public and private clients worldwide. Bill remains active in the development process of the industry’s governing codes, standards and design guidelines including International Code Council (ICC), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) and Underwriters Laborato-ries (UL). A former code official with the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office, he is a past president and Fellow of the SFPE. Conference Information Hotel Information We have secured the special rate of $97.00 plus tax for the Fairfield Inn and Suites Benton Little Rock which is located adjacent to the Ben-ton Event Center. For reservations, call 501-722-6330 and indicate that you are with the Arkansas Association for Healthcare Engineering (AAHE). This special rate expires April 22, 2016. Exhibitor/Sponsor Information If you would like to exhibit or sponsor the AAHE Annual Meeting and Trade Show on Friday, May 6, please contact Anna Sroczynski at [email protected] or call 501-224-7878 for more information.

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ARKANSAS ASSOCIATION FOR HEALTHCARE ENGINEERING

51st Annual Meeting May 5-6, 2016

REGISTRATION FORM

Name: __________________________________________ Title:____________________________

Organization: _____________________________________________________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________ Slot/Suite#: _________

City, State & Zip: ___________________________________ Phone#: _________________________

Fax#:___________________________ E-Mail: __________________________________________

Please indicate the events you plan to attend

Conference Events - Please indicate the number of attendees for the reception. ____ Thursday Welcome Reception Everyone is invited! (number)

Educational Sessions

____ Facilities/Safety

OR ____ Clinical

Registration Fee: (Fee includes materials, meals, breaks and faculty expenses.)

____ $125 AAHE Member ____ $170 Non AAHE Member ____ $45 AAHE Emeritus Member ____ $25 Student

Payment Method

____ Check enclosed (payable to: Arkansas Association for Healthcare Engineering or AAHE)

____ Visa ____ MasterCard (AmEx or Discover will not be accepted.)

____ I accept the merchant processing fees that will be added to this charge.

Card Number: _______/_______/_______/_______ Exp. Date: __________ Phone: ______________

Name on Card: _____________________________ Signature: ______________________________

Credit Card Billing Address: __________________________________________________________ (Include City, State and Zip)

Please Submit Registrations By Mail or Fax To: Arkansas Association Healthcare Engineering (AAHE) 419 Natural Resources Drive Little Rock, AR 72205 Phone: 501-224-7878; Fax: 501-224-0519

Refunds and Cancellations The registration fee, less a $50.00 processing fee, will be refunded if requests are received in writing by the AAHE before April 29, 2016. No refunds will be granted after that date. Substitutions are permitted. Registration forms that are faxed are subject to the same cancellation policy. Unpaid registrants who fail to attend must pay the entire registration fee. Registration forms sent via email will not be accepted.

Questions For questions concerning the program agenda or registration, please call Anna Sroczynski at 501-224-7878.