More healthcare facilities are establishing spaces for caregivers that offer comfort, privacy and an opportunity to rest and recharge.
Effective design decisions enhance client well-being and improve outcomes by providing the most effective conditions for healing.
Metro Health System’s new patient tower is sustainable and patient focused.
Senior care facilities are prioritizing connectivity and wellness for residents.
Senior care facilities have increased expectations among residents.
A standard and series of tests have been developed to ensure products and fabrics can withstand frequent cleaning and disinfection.
Promoting wellness through design is one way healthcare facilities are trying to recruit and retain employees.
Researchers sought to understand whether certain hospital room features impact mortality and length of stay after surgery.
The sudden rise in telemedicine has put renewed focus on acoustics.
Healthcare facilities are evolving their designs to provide more calming and seamless patient experiences.
The design incorporates nature to better promote healing
With beauty, performance, and pure possibility all in one, Durasein makes healthcare environments fun and rewarding to design.
Ceiling Change Nearly Doubles Pressure Differential in Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital's Patient Room
The target was to maintain the minimum 0.020” w.c. under all conditions.
Securely capturing digital check-in data protects the hospital, its patients and the general contractor.
Burnout among healthcare facilities staff is at an all-time high, but the redesign of these spaces can help prevent it.
Pacific Medical Center’s ease-of-use features allow for patients to get around the facility more easily.
The Woltman Family College Building provides cancer support for patients receiving care at Scripps Mercy Hospital.
Open, secure staff stations are another step toward a more humane, stress-reducing setting for patients and supporting staff.
The revitalization project aimed to provide community supportive services and close the healthcare gap in Dallas.
Managers can invest in emergency department renovations to keep up with patient care, remain competitive, meet current codes and increase revenue.
Art installations in Burke Rehabilitation Hospital inpatient and outpatients settings reinforces treatment.
From lockouts to security breaches, products play an important role in the safety of facilities.
A study found that light exposure systems can help decrease falls at senior care facilities.
In order to better embrace change, healthcare facilities must begin preparing employees for the future.
To improve navigation and engagement, healthcare facilities are modeling public pathways after airports and college campuses.
Doors and hardware manufacturers discuss trends they expect to see in the next few years.
Facility spaces need to incorporate technology and a sense of community.
The VITEC IPTV solution has made it simple for Overlake to provide patients and staff with managed access to different categories of content.
A growing body of research reiterates the importance of daylight.
Doors and hardware are one of the things that keep healthcare facilities most safe.
Managers need to incorporate more flexibility into their strategic facility planning to foster resiliency.
The conversation about whether to buy or lease an existing facility is complicated and requires input from facility managers.
Paper discusses role of behavioral health crisis units in providing behavioral and mental healthcare services.
Ongoing developments in lighting technology are creating a lucrative market.
Wayfinding has proven essential to help patients, staff and visitors navigate hospitals.
Josh Domingo discusses how healthcare facilities can better design an environment that allows for a more flexible operation.
New and renovated senior living developments will seek to link residents, families and surrounding communities.
Fashion always comes back in style, but some interior design selections aren’t always as lucky.
Flooring is the one surface area that is guaranteed to be touched by everyone, but why are designers unsure of finding long-term solutions?
Each piece of furniture is selected to provide patients with residents with the best care, but certain rooms require different functions.
With an increased need for healthcare facilities, designers are being put to the test to create the best environment.
While furniture needs to be functional within healthcare facilities, it also needs to be safe.
The goal for all hospitals and healthcare facilities is to provide the best care possible, and furniture plays a role in that plan.
Paint selection is becoming increasingly more important within healthcare facilities.
Choosing lower-priced flooring options can put visitors, patients and employees at risk
Telemedicine among key drivers of change within healthcare facilities
Lighting has evolved over the last decade, but now UV-C has proven to be an essential tool within healthcare facilities.
Managers need to upgrade facilities overall to make them as appealing as possible to current and potential employees
Designers must take into account appropriate furnishes and how they can be used by patients in these facilities.
UV-C lighting technology has proven to be effective, but how many healthcare facilities will buy into the trend?