Covid: Lesson's Learned

April 08, 2021
11:45 AM to 1:00 PM
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At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare organizations began implementing strategies to prevent the spread of the virus while continuing to maintain normal operations. Our discussion will center around some of the most critical and impactful strategies that were implemented. We will also learn key takeaways from these strategies that will influence healthcare practices in the future.

Our Panelists

  • Judy Moore | Judy serves as the Executive Director for the Ambulatory Operations leadership team at MD Anderson Cancer Center, bringing 25 years of experience in nursing, nursing management and multispecialty operations management. In her previous role as clinical administrative director of the MD Anderson Cancer Center Head and Neck Center, she demonstrated expertise in clinical operations and continuous process improvement. Judy routinely manages challenging situations and identifies the right team members for achieving sustainable and scalable solutions. Her experience serves her well in managing ambulatory clinics and treatment areas providing multidisciplinary services within the Texas Medical Center. In her current role, she partners with other Executive Directors to oversee the operations, strategic growth and clinical integration across the Texas Medical Center, League City, Sugar Land, West Houston and The Woodlands campuses. 
  • Tim Peglow | Tim is the Associate Vice President for Patient Care and Prevention Facilities at MD Anderson Cancer Center, with over 40 years of experience in all aspects of healthcare facilities management. Tim is highly regarded as a leader in healthcare facilities management and has written numerous articles and professional presentations on technology and clinical engineering. He has served as President of the American Society of Healthcare Engineering and continues to be an active member on its technical committees. Tim is also a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers SSPC 90.1 Energy Standards for Buildings except Low-Rise Residential Buildings.
  • Diana Davis | As the managing director of the Perkins&Will Houston studio, Diana provides strategic, execu­tive, and financial leadership while supporting excellence in design. As a principal and the Healthcare market sector leader for the Houston practice, Diana brings 20 years of experience working with academic medical center and community hospital clients. With an extensive background in the design, planning, and delivery of healthcare projects, she brings a special interest in Lean planning and evidence based design to her work, paired with a commitment to improving the healthcare environment for caregivers, patients, and families. She serves on the Executive Board for ACE Mentoring Houston and volunteers her time with the Emory University Admissions Committee as an alumni interviewer. 


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