It’s all about scoping the right concept before getting too far down the facility planning phase
Designing unique patient experiences has become a top strategic priority for many healthcare institutions, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website
New York City’s NYU Langone Health designed from the ground up to integrate the latest in healthcare information technology
Healthcare facility aesthetics are evolving as owners work to differentiate themselves in the competitive landscape, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website
Beyond energy efficiency, insulation in the healthcare facility enclosure can support acoustic, moisture management and safety objectives
The Loma Linda University Medical Center will be the first in the country engineered to move vertically
Exit room concept eliminates dangerous backtracking of contamination within a medical facility.
Technological advancements make it possible to manufacture many healthcare building components — think complete patient and treatment rooms — offsite, to be assembled onsite for higher quality, yet more-efficient construction
Healthcare organizations are looking to designers for practical solutions to emergency room inefficiency, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website
Architecture firms are using virtual reality (VR), 3-D modeling and drones, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website
Healthcare experiencing changes to amenities and types/locations of hospital services
The Villages Regional Hospital is one of the few hospitals built for an older population, according to an article on the healthcare Design website
The department was designed with subdued lighting, anti-slip flooring, handrails to assist with balance and lower beds
Exposure to natural elements can aid in the healing process
Good healthcare sound design considers both what patients don’t want to hear and what they do.