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Emerging trends in healthcare

July 21, 2017

A competitive marketplace and globalization is resulting in an increasing number of discerning patients and providers seeking value from health systems around the globe, according to an article on the Medical Construction & Design website.

Global clients are instructing healthcare designers to place equal emphasis on patient experience, clinical care, quality, safety and revenue. Influences on the shift include:

• The global spread of modern technology and connectivity is empowering patients and providers

• With increasing competitiveness in the Middle East, Asia and India marketplaces, healthcare systems are focusing on near and longer-term return on investment. 

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