Professionals, companies and thinkers are joined this week at the 23rd Congress of the International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE) and 25th Latin American Congress of Architecture and Hospital Engineering, in Buenos Aires. This convention sparked debate and enabled informed dialogue between different disciplines on the various courses open to the health care architecture sector in the pursuit of the best alternatives for the future of design, engineering and management. The main topics were focused on the concepts of sustainability and humanization and the proposal of new scenarios for the field of hospital and healthcare facilities.
Luis González Sterling, Chairman and Director of Health Department in árgola arquitectos hosted a conference on Wednesday, October 15, together with the AEIH (Asociación Española de Ingenieria Hospitalaria), with the tittle:“Management Procedures, Repercusions on Design”.
You can see the full programme of the congress here.
Throughout IFHE Congress Luis González Sterling shared ideas and views with influential professionals of the health care field, like Per Brynildsen from Norway and Alberto Marjovsky from Argentina (below).