Hospital design and technology in the Trumpcare era

March 28, 2017

If the Trumpcare bill passes, major changes to the healthcare system will be underway, according to an article on the Healthcare Construction & Operations website.

From a design and construction perspective, this may not have too much of an impact on any plans for growth.

But the question that remains is how a hospital’s infrastructure will support potential changes to healthcare policies and processes.

Hospitals should invest in flexible technology systems that can handle changes down the line, according to Bryan Haardt is the CEO of Decisio Health.

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