Smart Water Leadership Summit Phigenics
2013 Smart Water Leadership Summit
SessionPresentersTime
Mayo Clinic Case Study
A. Kubly, Mayo Clinic
A. Wright, Mayo Clinic
J. Loneman, Mayo Clinic
13:16
14:16
16:25
How To Drive Gains In Efficiency and SafetyJ. Reading, Phigenics
M. Steine, Novant Health
S. McCord, Univ. of Minn.
K. Ludick, Healthcare Fac. Today
5:40
7:23
10:36
23:17
Overview of Hazard Control Options for Potable Water SystemsW. McCoy, Phigenics1:18:23
Example Water Management ProgramsJ. Franke, Northshore Univ. Health
M. Fiore, Northshore Univ. Health
N. Harp, Aurora Healthcare
L. Stein, Advocate Lutheran Hosp.
R. Humrickhouse, MCHC
8:05
4:23
13:50
5:47
36:44
How To Interpret Legionella Testing ResultsW. McCoy, Phigenics
C. Lucas, CDC
D. Krageschmidt, Mayo Clinic
R. Donlan, CDC
T. Jones, MGM
7:52
12:29
17:34
8:15
21:24
Rountable DiscussionW. McCoy, Phigenics
T. Jones, MGM
K. Ludick, Healthcare Fac. Today
32:18
Marcos d´Avila Bensoussan
Marcos d´Avila Bensoussan, President SETRI, São Paulo Brasil and Co-Founder of Green Building Council Brazil
Marcos d´Avila Bensoussan is the co-founder of Green Building Council Brazil. He has worked on adapting LEED and AQUA. Marcos has more than 35 years dedicated to water treatment and over 15 years of experience in Risk Assessment of Legionella bacteria and Indoor Air Quality. Marcos is one of the pioneers in the use of Water Safety Plan for buildings in Brazil. He has participated in several seminars and conferences on the subject of sustainability. As President of SETRI, Marcos has been working on consolidating the use of Water Safety Plan for his customers.
Nolan Harp
Senior Director of Facilities Operations, Aurora Health Care
Nolan Harp has been with Aurora Health Care for 28 years and is the Senior Director of Facilities Operations. Aurora Health Care is a system of fifteen hospitals totaling over 8,800,000 sq. ft. and an additional 8,000,000 sq. ft. in outpatient facilities. Nolan chairs the System Water Management Committee.
Lauri Hicks, DO
Medical Epidemiologist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Lauri Hicks, DO is a medical epidemiologist in the Respiratory Diseases Branch (RDB), National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Dr. Hicks attended medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her internal medicine residency and chief medicine residency at the University of Connecticut. This was followed by a 2-year position as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer at CDC. After completing a postdoctoral fellowship in infectious diseases at Brown University, Dr. Hicks returned to CDC to lead respiratory outbreak response and the Legionnaires’ disease program. In 2008, she became the medical director for the “Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work” program, which aims to educate healthcare providers and the public about appropriate antibiotic use. She leads research on antibiotic use and resistance trends and serves as the campaign spokesperson. Globally she has fostered CDC-European Union (EU) collaboration on promoting appropriate antibiotic use and has represented CDC at EU meetings in Sweden, France, the Czech Republic and a Canadian meeting of public health leaders. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Connecticut and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
Rob Humrickhouse
Rob Humrickhouse, Director of Clinical Services at Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC)
Rob has been in healthcare for more than 15 years, working in a variety of settings from hospitals to community based organizations. Currently Rob is the Director of Clinical Services at MCHC where he is responsible for developing programming to support hospital and associate members, and previously he was theAssistant Vice President for Graduate Medical Education and Accreditation Services and the Chief Safety Officer for Sinai Health System in Chicago where he implemented the systems first safe patient handling program. Rob is a nationally recognized speaker on emergency preparedness topics and has subject matter expertise on service delivery quality, safety, Fair and Just Culture, Baldrige criteria, and the accreditation process.
Timothy Jones, MPA, CSP, REHS
Safety and Health Consultant - MGM Resorts International; Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) Board Member
Tim is a consultant for MGM Resorts International on safety and health matters for all MGM Resorts International operations. He is also a Member Board of Directors for the Southern Nevada Health District. Tim was formerly the Executive Director Safety & Health MGM Resorts International where he progressed from the MGM Grand Hotel to an MGM Resorts International corporate assignment. In this role he directed company wide safety and health programs to protect people, property, and the environment and was responsible for fire prevention, guest/employee injury prevention, food sanitation, environmental protection, and ADA accessibility.
Dale Krageschmidt, Ph.D., CIH
Industrial Hygienist, Mayo Clinic
Dale Krageschmidt has over 30 years of Environmental Engineering and Industrial Hygiene experience in industry, consulting and academia. He is a certified industrial hygienist with a Ph.D in environmental engineering. He is currently employed at Mayo Clinic as an industrial hygienist and holds academic teaching appointments at the University of Wisconsin Stout and East Carolina University.
Al Kubly
Section Head of Facilities Operations, Mayo Clinic
Al Kubly is a Section Head of Facilities Operations at Mayo Clinic. He currently manages an outpatient campus of 8,500,000 sq. ft. and 110 maintenance staff. Al has been a Facility Manager at Mayo, for 26 years. Previous Mayo assignments have been 4 years as the Section Head of Facilities Operations for the St. Marys Hospital campus and 19 years at the Charter House, a Mayo long term care facility in Rochester. Al is the chair of the Water Management Team that is guiding the development and implementation of the Mayo - Potable Water Quality Program.
Kyra L. Kudick
Digital Brand Editor, Healthcare Facilities Today
Kyra Kudick is the Digital Brand Editor for Healthcare Facilities Today, an online trade publication that deals specifically with the design, construction, maintenance and operations of healthcare facilities. HealthcareFacilitiesToday.com is dedicated to providing timely information and industry insights to healthcare facility professionals — aiding them in their ongoing duties.
Jon Lonneman
Registered Mechanical Engineer, Mayo Clinic
Registered Mechanical Engineer with 20 years’ experience in commercial HVAC, plumbing and fire protection design and project management for educational, industrial, retail and heath care clients. Jon has been with Mayo Clinic Facilities for the last 2 years and has provided the mechanical engineering support for the Mayo Clinic Water Quality program from its inception.
Claressa Lucas, Ph.D.
Microbiologist/ELITE Program Coordinator, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Dr. Claressa Lucas earned her PhD at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia and completed an ASM/ NCID post-doctoral appointment in the CDC Tuberculosis Laboratory before joining the CDC Legionella Laboratory in 2000. She has participated in investigation of over 40 outbreaks of legionellosis or unexplained respiratory disease and conducted a dozen environmental studies. Dr. Lucas has authored articles on biofilm formation, strain distribution, and virulence determinants of legionellae and has assisted with development of legionellosis prevention strategies for government agencies and industrial societies. Since 2008, Dr. Lucas has coordinated CDC’s ELITE program, a proficiency testing program for laboratories that culture Legionella from environmental samples with over 200 participants worldwide.
Scott McCord, PE
Principal Engineer, Energy Management, University of Minnesota
William McCoy, Ph.D.
Program Committee Chair and Chief Technology Officer, Phigenics
Bill McCoy is Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Phigenics. For the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), he serves as Chair of Standard Project Committee 188 writing Standard 188P: Prevention of Legionellosis Associated with Building Water Systems. Previously, he was appointed to the ASHRAE Environmental Health Committee and then served as Chair. Most recently, Bill was appointed to serve a term on the ASHRAE Research Administration Committee (RAC). The International Water Association published his full-length book entitled Preventing Legionellosis in 2005. He holds a Ph.D. in Microbiology from the University of Calgary and M.Sc. from the University of Hawaii, two undergraduate degrees in Chemistry and Microbiology from California State University, Long Beach and Executive Management Education from the University of Michigan.
Joe O'Connor
Regional Supervisor, Illinois Department of Public Health
Mr. O’Connor supervises a staff of 14 environmental health professionals including; sanitarians, engineers, architects and plumbing inspectors in the Cook and collar county region. Staff is responsible for ensuring the inspection and licensing of 545 regulated facilities including; swimming pools, bathing beaches, campgrounds, mobile home parks, youth camps and migrant labor camps. Other responsibilities include supervision of the regional office’s childhood environmental lead program, serves as the primary liaison with local health departments by providing technical and programmatic consultation, assessing needs, program evaluation and providing training as needed in the swimming pool, bathing beach, water well, and private sewage disposal programs.
Tom Poy
Chief, Ground Water and Drinking Water Branch, USEPA - Region 5
Tom Poy is Chief of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Region 5’s Ground Water and Drinking Water Branch, which implements the Safe Drinking Water Act for public water systems in 6 Mid-West states as well as assisting in the development of national drinking water regulations. Tom has worked in the drinking water program for 12 years and has been with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency since 1985 after graduating from the University of Michigan.
Jay Reading
Vice President and Co-Founder, Phigenics
Jay Reading holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Washington and has extensive water management experience in HVAC, process cooling, and steam generation systems. He has 22 years experience with Nalco Chemical Company starting out as a District Representative and progressing upwardly to General Manager, where he was directly and indirectly involved in training, developing and managing water treatment field representatives and managers. WIth Phigenics, Jay specializes in helping customers determine how to improve operating efficiencies, lower operational and capital expenses, and managing water treatment programs and services.
Linda Stein
Manager of Infection Prevention, Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
Linda Stein, is the Manager of Infection Prevention at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital/Advocate Children’s Hospital in Park Ridge. She received her Bachelor’s of Nursing and Masters Degree in Public Health from Illinois Benedictine University. She received her certification in Infection Prevention in 2007. Her nursing background focused on Critical Care and Cardiac Catheterization. In 2005, with a interest in Patient safety and improving patient outcomes she transitioned to Infection Prevention. Linda has participated in many process improvement teams, including the development & implementation of a Water Management Plan.
Matthew Stiene, PE
Senior Director Plant Engineering Services, Novant Health
Matthew Stiene, is the Senior Director of Plant Engineering for Novant Health in Charlotte NC, where he oversees plant operations, energy management, environmental affairs, and infrastructure capital replacement. Novant Health is an integrated healthcare System of 13 hospitals and 300 physician practices in the southeast. Matt possesses a Master of Engineering degree in Fire Protection Engineering from the University of Maryland, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University. Matt has worked in the facilities construction and management industry for over 14 years as a consulting engineer, project manager, and facility manager. He is a licensed professional engineer in North Carolina, and is a certified facility manager and certified facility management professional.
Dr. Alan J. Wright, M.D.
Mayo Infectious Diseases & Infection Control, Mayo Clinic
Date: June 6, 2013
Time: 12:45 PM to 8:00 PM Central Standard Time (CST)
Location: The Gleacher Center, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
 
Time
Event

12:45pm - 1:00pm

Registration


1:00pm - 1:10pm

Welcome:
Bill McCoy, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, Phigenics


1:10pm - 1:15pm

Opening Remarks:
Lauri Hicks, DO, Medical Epidemiologist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


1:15pm - 2:15pm

Water Management Case Study - Mayo Clinic

Al Kubly, Section Head of Facilities Operations, Mayo Clinic
Dr. Alan J. Wright, M.D., Mayo Infectious Diseases & Infection Control, Mayo Clinic
Jon Lonneman, Mechanical Engineer, Mayo Clinic


2:15pm - 2:30pm


Break/Networking


2:30pm - 3:30pm

Panel Discussion - Regulatory Environment/United States

Panelists:
Tom Poy, Chief, Ground Water and Drinking Water Branch, USEPA - Region 5
Joe O'Connor, Regional Supervisor, Illinois Department of Public Health
Terry Fair, Corporate Director of Life Safety, Novant Health

Moderator: Tim Jones, Southern Nevada Health District, Board Member


3:30pm - 3:45pm

Presentation: Regulatory Environment/Brazil

Marcos d´Avila Bensoussan, President SETRI , São Paulo Brasil and Co-Founder of Green Building Council


3:45pm - 4:00pm


Break/Networking


4:00pm - 5:15pm

Panel Discussion - How To Drive Gains In Efficiency and Safety

Panelists:
Jay Reading, Vice President and Co-Founder, Phigenics
Matthew Stiene, PE, Senior Director Plant Engineering Services, Novant Health
Scott McCord, PE, Principal Engineer, Energy Management, University of Minnesota

Moderator: Kyra L. Kudick, Digital Brand Editor, Healthcare Facilities Today



5:15pm - 7:00pm


Networking Reception - Midway Club, Gleacher Center
Date: June 7, 2013
Time: 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM Central Standard Time (CST)
Location: The Gleacher Center, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
 
Time
Event


8:00am - 8:15am



Opening Remarks: Bill McCoy, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, Phigenics


8:15am - 9:15am

Overview of Hazard Control Options for Potable Water Systems

Bill McCoy, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, Phigenics



9:15am - 9:30am



Break/Networking


9:30am - 10:45am

Panel Discussion - Example Water Management Programs

Panelists:
Michael Fiore, Director of Environmental Occupational Health & Safety, Northshore University Health System
John Franke, Ph.D., PE, CIH, Manager of Industrial Hygiene, Northshore University Health System
Nolan Harp, Senior Director of Facilities, Aurora Health Care
Linda Stein, Manager of Infection Prevention, Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

Moderator: Rob Humrickhouse, Director of Clinical Services at Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC)



10:45am - 11:00am



Break/Networking


11:00am - 12:15pm

Panel Discussion - How To Interpret Legionella Testing Results

Panelists:
Bill McCoy, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, Phigenics
Claressa Lucas, Ph.D., Microbiologist/ELITE Program Coordinator, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Dale Krageschmidt, Ph.D., CIH, Industrial Hygienist, Mayo Clinic
Rodney Donlan, Ph.D., Research Microbiologist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Moderator: Tim Jones, Southern Nevada Health District, Board Member


12:15pm - 1:00pm

Roundtable Discussion - Bill McCoy, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, Phigenics
Box Lunch Provided

 
 
 
 
 
 
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