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How Human Experience Informs Design

How Human Experience Informs Design

Today we design for populations, communities and distinct neighborhoods. We build for health-specific issues such as cancer and diabetes and behavioral health. Patient-mapping takes it even further with chronicling experiences at various touch points along the encounter pathway. Empathy might not be the first thing that immediately comes to mind when we think of designing a healthcare environment, but architectural and design firms are increasingly considering how the specific individual versus ...
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Health Architecture Firm Serves Up 7 Predictions for Design Trends in 2018

Health Architecture Firm Serves Up 7 Predictions for Design Trends in 2018

In today's world of shifting regulations and payment models, healthcare providers are seeking an ever widening variety of approaches in constructing and outfitting medical facilities to align with new government requirements and initiatives. The partnership between providers and architects, coupled with today's technologies continues to spur innovation in the creation of spaces that support value-based care as well as exceed patient expectations and market needs.Some of the architectural...
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5 predictions on healthcare facility design in 2017

5 predictions on healthcare facility design in 2017

Healthcare construction, be it new or improving upon an existing structures continues to be a major role player in healthcare outcomes across the country. While innovative concepts in facility design are part of cost effective strategies for organizations, they are also a potential key to increased patient and employee satisfaction. With areas of focus including emergency rooms and behavioral health facilities, Becker Hospital Review shares five predictions for design trends in both the inpatien...
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CSI Business Case Series: Modular Design and Construction

CSI Business Case Series: Modular Design and Construction

A large percentage of primary care practices nationally are in facilities in need of modernization or replacement. These facilities were designed under a care model organized around a physician. That traditional care model has changed and evolved into a patient centric multi-disciplinary care team approach to care delivery. This puts a strain on current facilities. As health care organizations embark on the journey of modernizing facilities that are patient centric and improve the experience of ...
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