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The future of healthcare architecture amid political uncertainty

September 1, 2017

The future of healthcare architecture is difficult to predict as healthcare providers struggle with long-term planning amid political uncertainty, according to an article on the Building Design & Construction website.

Architects are asking themselves how they can best serve their healthcare clients with decisions that have significant cost and long-term implications.

Architects and clients should focus on what they know and avoid speculative investments, the article said.

For instance, we know that the aging Baby Boomer population will require care and treatment as it ages.

Read the article.



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