Interior Design - June 2014

Toronto Birth Centre offers non-hospital option

Project comes from effort to shift to non-acute health services and community-based healthcare centers, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

6/26/2014


Healthcare interior design can inspire confidence and reduce stress

Colors, textures, patterns, artwork and graphics should resonate with patients, families and staff

6/24/2014


Improving patient outcomes and the bottom line with evidence-based design

Butler County Health Care Center in David City, Neb., is improving patient outcomes, saving money and creating a better work environment by employing evidence-based design in new construction and renovation projects

6/23/2014


Chickasaw Nation clinic pays homage to culture

Health Facilities Management 'Last Detail' feature looks at design of Chickasaw Nation Health Clinic in Ardmore, Okla.

6/20/2014


Lighting can be designed to mimic night and day

Long-term care facilities can restore a more stable wake/sleep rhythm, according to an article on the Environments for Aging website

6/16/2014


Memorial Hermann The Woodlands adds joint replacement facility

A photo tour of Memorial Hermann The Woodlands is offered on the Healthcare Design magazine website

6/16/2014


Delaware children's hospital expansion designed with patient input

Healthcare Design magazine offers first look at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children project

6/12/2014


ER's cosmetic upgrades reflect culture change

Pennsylvania hospital pledges that emergency patients will see a healthcare providers within 30 minutes

6/12/2014


Integrating research into healthcare design

Many design firms are instilling a culture of research and a commitment to metrics that matter, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

6/9/2014


N.Y. health facility geared toward men

Tisch Center designed to be a welcoming place for men to get comprehensive healthcare

6/9/2014


When healthcare design innovation becomes common, what's next?

Healthcare Design magazine's managing editor, Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, discusses the results of the magazine's annual Design Showcase judging

6/6/2014


Wood chair rail Q&A

In a recent Q&A on the FacilityCare website, consultant Brad Keyes answered a question about wood chair rails in a dining room

6/6/2014


Design can make a difference in patient experience

Enhancing the patient experience has become a priority since the CMS began linking reimbursements to patient surveys, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

6/4/2014


Prefabricated headwalls offer option for change

Prefabricated headwalls in patient spaces can adjust with changing care needs, trends

6/4/2014


Creating a patient-centered hospital of the future

Thoughtful design incorporates patient, staff and community needs

6/2/2014



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