Webinar: Advocate Aurora Health Outpatient Collaborative-A Prefabrication Journey Case Study

When:  Jul 14, 2020 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (ET)

Advocate Aurora Health Outpatient Collaborative-A Prefabrication Journey Case Study

This webinar is sponsored by the Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH).

This webinar will provide 1 HSW/LU learning unit.


This session will reflect on the successes and lessons learned from a robust Integrated Project Delivery team that has completed 31 Outpatient Centers together. Our focus on modular and prefabrication started in the beginning and is supported by year over year performance metrics with targets and results.   


After participating in this webinar attendees will:
1) Examine how a team might establish realistic goals and measures
2) What strategies should be considered for a scalable and repeatable building type
3) When to deploy A3’s to make informed decisions
4) Observe the advantages of reaching common prefabrication goals under an IPD contract arrangement




This session is part of our Case Study Series, intended to introduce members of healthcare-centric practices, in all stages of professional development, to case studies of relevant content, providing access to data and critical analysis of elements critical to the project’s success.


Scott Nelson
Systems Vice president, Planning, Design & Construction
Advocate Aurora Health

Scott leads all planning, design and construction efforts for the Midwest’s largest integrated-delivery healthcare system, which also boasts the country’s largest ACO. With over $2 billion in capital construction, his team is responsible for managing forward-focused projects for 12 hospitals and 250 additional care sites, including facilities for the largest system-employed physician group in the region. Scott has played a key role in designing and implementing a new project delivery method that has proven more cost-and time-efficient, and while delivering a higher cost savings over the building’s projected life cycle.

Mike Doiel
Senior Vice President

Mike’s experience includes all aspects of planning and design with an emphasis on hospitals, ambulatory care facilities, and specialty centers of excellence. He currently leads strategic program activities related to Integrated Lean Project Delivery, P3 and Design-Build. In particular Mike is focused on large programs and initiatives, facilitating work teams, guiding design processes, and leading the implementation of long-range solutions for optimal financial performance, client satisfaction, and quality outcomes.


Yvonne Nagy, Principal and Regional Leader of Healthcare has close to 20 years of experience working for large academic medical centers and regional healthcare systems. With experience in all phases of project delivery, Yvonne specializes in project management, specifically focusing on how collaborative project team dynamics yield greater value for both clients and their delivery teams.