Listen! Constructing with Care Podcast: Capital Balance of Healthcare

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Healthcare capital planning projects have been met with an array of new obstacles in recent years that are linked to a variety of digital, social and environmental concerns. These have placed more of a strain on organizations’ budgets and have impacted their budget allocation decision-making processes, ultimately impacting how projects are planned and delivered.  

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In Episode 3 of Constructing with Care, Kirsten Waltz, senior director of facilities architecture + planning for Johns Hopkins Health System and Kevin Matuszewski, healthcare strategist for DPR Construction discuss planning in a volatile market, effectively balancing rising costs, and the growing importance of health equity, telehealth and environmental issues when it comes to healthcare construction.

In Episode 4
, Waltz and Matuszewski continue their discussion around how healthcare organizations can be more resilient, evolving partnerships between the construction and healthcare industries, and talk about a 5-10 year outlook.

One of the most important things, especially on larger projects, is creating a strategic plan with your local energy partners. Without this collaboration, our partners won’t be prepared for the future capacity needs of hospital campuses.

Kirsten Waltz

Johns Hopkins Health System 


Guest Speakers

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Kirsten Waltz
Johns Hopkins Health System
Senior Director of Facilities Architecture + Planning

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Kevin Matuszewski
DPR Construction
Healthcare Market Strategist



Read the related article The New Capital Balance of Healthcare. You can also review the full Healthcare Insights series.

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