ACHA Quarterly

Please contact O. Neal Corbett, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP BD+C, Editor, with article submissions or questions regarding the ACHA Quarterly.

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President’s Message

I hope this message finds you all in a good place and in good health. It is a great honor and responsibility to be President of the Board of Regents. My role is to make sure that we achieve the goals of our strategic plan, maintain our daily operations, and hold the highest ethical and legal standards in certifying and recertifying Architects in the specialty of healthcare design…


Steve Templet and Angela Mazzi presented ‘Staff ROI: Top 10 design ideas you should incorporate into
your next facility project to attract and retain key team members’ at the ACHE Congress in Chicago in
March. It was a great opportunity to get in front of healthcare administrators and managers to discuss the
role that architecture plays in supporting their strategies to combat burnout. This was a prominent topic
at this year’s Congress, and a perfect chance for ACHA weigh in on the issue…

Hot Topics Debut

From the Continued Competence Committee, the first in a regular installment providing insight into current industry issues that are shaping Healthcare Design…

ASHE PDC ‘returns to normal’

For the first time since the start of the pandemic over 4 years ago, a full conference of attendees from the
AEC world re-convened in Arizona to absorb trends and progress in Healthcare Planning, Design, and
Construction. Themes for this year centered Evolving the business of HC delivery, Policy and Regulatory
compliance, Sustainable Development and Environmental impact, and Managing Risk with Resiliency…

Save the Date: Summer Leadership Summit

The current healthcare crisis remains in peril due to caregiver shortages and medical facilities consistently being overwhelmed as they attempt to provide universal high-quality patient care. As a result, patients search for other means to meet their medical needs. Institutions compete with one another, causing insurance rates to increase and countless hospital closures, especially in rural communities. How can our industry revamp the playbook to ensure better healthcare outcomes?

The Summer Leadership Summit (SLS) is co-organized by the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health and the American College of Healthcare Architects…

And more!

Read the full Spring 2023 issue here!

Past Quarterly Issues

ACHA Quarterly – Winter 2022

ACHA Quarterly – Fall 2022

ACHA Quarterly – Spring 2021

ACHA Quarterly – Winter 2021

ACHA Quarterly – Fall 2020

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