Planning, Programming and Design

“Needs Based Master Planning: Build It and They May Not Come",
2015 American Academy of Medical Administrators International Summit, Clearwater Beach, FL, James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA, Principal Easter Healthcare and Andrew D. McDonald, FACHE, Partner, LBMC, January 20, 2015.
“Population Based Health From a Needs Driven Perspective”, 
2014 Shriners Hospitals for Children Annual Healthcare IT Symposium, Las Vegas, NV, James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA, Principal Easter Healthcare and Andrew D. McDonald, FACHE, Partner, LBMC, October 16, 2014.
“Heart Center Planning:  Bundling Services, Architecture and Fees”,  
2012 ACCA Cardiovascular Administrators’ Leadership Conference, Chicago, IL, James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA, MArch 23, 2012.


“Now You’ve Been Hired As Architect, What’s Next?”,

2012 AIA Kansas City Architects Educational Forum, Focus on Ambulatory Care, Cancer Care and Planning  Services, James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA, Team Leader, May 1, 2012.
“The Neurosciences Continuum:  State of the Union and Integrating a Seamless Process With Patients As The Priority”, 2013 American College of Neurosciences Administrator (ACNA) Conference, Las Vegas, NV, Candace Tillquist, MA, Administrative Director, Neurosciences Patient Care Center, Pain and Spine Center, Vanderbilt Medical Center, Ashley Ford, Senior Consultant For Neurosciences and Orthopedics, the Advisory Board Company and James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA, Team Leader, November 20, 2013.


“Creative Master Planning Builds Bridges to Innovative Design and Reduced Capital Costs”, 
​Oct. 29, 2013, 24th Annual Health Facility Institute (HFI) Symposium, American Institute of Architects (AIA), Williamsburg, VA., Robert Harrett, AIA, ACHA, Tom Testerman, NCARB, ACHA and Jim Easter, FAAMA, Team Leader.
“Meaningful Healthcare Planning:  A New Era for Needs Analysis Plus Creative Design”, 
September, 2013, The AIA Academy Journal, 2014 Edition, James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA.
“The Master Plan Works Best When Functions and Programs are Needed and Aligned”, 
AAMA 2014:  The National Summit of Medical Administrators, Las Vegas, NV, Tom Testerman, ACHA, NCARB, Architect and James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA, Team Leader, Scheduled for February 28, 2014.
“Emergency Medicine is the Window to Affordable Healthcare:  Less Works Best Through Efficient Operations”, AAMA 2014:  The National Summit of Medical Administrators Pre-Conference Session, Las Vegas, NV, Tom Testerman, ACHA, Architect, Kerrie Cardon, RN, AIA, ACHA, Healthcare Architect - Herman Miller, James DiGiorgio, President, Applied Knowledge, Todd Warden, MD, Founder emergenuity, John Wheary, DO, MBA, FACEP, EVP, emergenuity, James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA, Team Leader, Scheduled for February 25, 2014.
“A Master Plan:  Healthcare’s Evolving Delivery Needs Change The Design Process”, 
Nashville Medical News, by Cindy Sanders, interview with James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA and Brandon Harvey, Associate AIA, March, 2014.
“Needs Based Master Planning: Build It and They May Not Come",
2015 American Academy of Medical Administrators International Summit, Clearwater Beach, FL, James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA, Principal Easter Healthcare and Andrew D. McDonald, FACHE, Partner, LBMC, January 20, 2015.

James G. Easter, Jr., FAAMA, CEO, Founding Principal 

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"Emergency Medicine:  The Optimization Of Human Resources Through Design", James DiGGiorgio, President,  Applied Knowledge, LLC, and James G. Easter, Jr., ACHE, FAAMA, Principal, Ehc, October 6, 2015.