Renovations

Top healthcare facility renovation pain points

The project timeline must be carefully managed to avoid disruptions in patient care

8/17/2018


Designing for specific behavioral patient populations

Experts say behavioral facilities' design doesn’t have to be hampered by the need for safety, according to an article on the Behavioral Healthcare Executive website

8/14/2018


Energy retrofit project brings cost savings without patient disruption

The $5.5 million project is calculated to pay for itself in just under three years

8/6/2018


Patient satisfaction, market needs drive healthcare renovation trends

At the end of 2017, more than 15,000 healthcare construction projects were underway in the United States

8/2/2018


Brooklyn gets $210 million to renovate overcrowded hospitals

Crown Heights, Bed-Stuy, Flatbush and East New York get new facilities and equipment

7/18/2018


Healthcare building and design trends suggest industry growth

A survey by Medical Construction & Design suggests the growth will be primarily renovations

6/28/2018


N.Y. hospital finishes renovation

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center expansion includes new first-floor Stroke & Brain Aneurysm Center, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

6/28/2018


Healthcare facility renovation addresses patient experience

Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center added sconce lighting, warm wooden floors, and natural color palettes, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

6/25/2018


Check out this special supplement to Healthcare Facilities Today

Supplement includes stories on renovation projects and sound masking techniques

6/20/2018


How to keep a facility running during expansion and / or renovation

By mixing creative choreography with ground rules, goals and expectations, owners and construction firms can make these hard jobs a little easier

6/19/2018


Hospital expansion adds functionality to patient-centric design

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford project was inspired by the existing structure but designed for 21st-century medicine, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

6/19/2018



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