Burnout among healthcare facilities staff is at an all-time high, but the redesign of these spaces can help prevent it.
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?
Lighting manufacturers discuss the reasons more healthcare facilities should be using lighting technologies.
DesignGroup has helped Wyandot Memorial Hospital address concerns regarding number of operating rooms, flexibility and patient experience.
The effort to update and enrich building’s commons is a major component of $35 million campus-wide repositioning effort.
Lighting professionals discuss the way lighting technology has evolved.
Specific lighting, flooring and color choices offer a healing environment for patients.
White paper explains original intent of unified glare rating, its proper uses, and common misuses
Strategy contributes to waste-reduction strategy with source reduction, efficient design and standardization
Paint colors play a role in the quality of care patients receive
Healthcare decision makers seek to optimize patient and provider experience to support healthier future
Managers should incorporate advanced technology throughout facilities, from patient rooms and lobbies to cafeterias and family spaces
Trends in healthcare facilities design have great impact on employees and patients
Poor acoustics attributed to flooring can lead to decreased patient wellness
From on-site amenities to outdoor elements, these trends impact senior care facilities
Healthcare design contributes to patient comfort and safety, as well as staff morale and productivity
Hospitalized patients often suffer from sleep deprivation due to environmental noise and interruptions from staff
Patient-care areas use noise-reducing materials, such as ceiling tiles that help with sound absorption
1,684-square-foot facility was designed by architecture firm //3877 with patient comfort in mind
Hospitals seek design strategies that promote wellbeing of providers and patients
Learn how healthcare design is changing to improve better patient experience
Luminaire level lighting controls technology has potential to revolutionize lighting in healthcare facilities
See how Jefferson Health uses natural light, inviting spaces and a green roof in its design
Creating hospital room requires buy-in from team of patients, their advocates, providers, and architects
Some of hospital’s 700 private rooms will be able to quickly convert to intensive care rooms