Mr. Deininger is an architect and healthcare facility master planning consultant who established his own practice, 2dplanning in 2011. As a national thought leader he has been on the leading edge of healthcare planning professionals advocating for a multidisciplinary approach which integrates strategy, facilities, operations, and finance. He has a proven track record and seasoned ability to analyze information, identify project goals, present multiple future scenarios, and then craft a long range vision which establishes a flexible framework for successful facility redevelopment that is comprehensive, consensus driven, and realistic. He is a 2016 Baldrige Executive Fellow, an Industry Scholar at the Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures, a regular guest speaker at the Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program at Brown University, the Healthcare Administration program at Suffolk University, and the Design & Environmental Analysis program at Cornell University, a visiting architectural critic at Wentworth College, and has contributed a chapter entitled “The Integrated Facility Master Planning Process” for the book, Leading Change in an Era of Healthcare Transformation published in 2016.
Prior to founding 2dplanning, Mr. Deininger was a Partner and Board member for 25 years at TRO, an architectural and engineering firm in Boston specializing in healthcare. While at TRO, he established and built a successful national and international master planning service line, created an integrated multidisciplinary master planning process, and directed the firm’s positioning/branding strategy.
Mr. Deininger holds an EMHL from the Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program at Brown University, a BArch from the Boston Architectural College, and a BA in American History from Ohio Wesleyan University.