Center for Health Design offers series of design trend workshops

By Healthcare Facilities Today
April 4, 2013

The Center for Health Design is offering a series of four workshops on strategic design trends in healthcare. 

The center defines strategic design as being more than simply designing for the future — It “is a measured design response that meets the programmatic and operational needs of today while looking outward toward the future with new delivery concepts, technology and anticipation of demand.” 

The Pebble in Practice Workshops will give attendees (both designers and healthcare facility managers) the opportunity to interact with healthcare industry thought leaders and learn about new innovations through reviewing case studies and taking facility tours. 

For more information on the individual workshops, click the links below. 

May 9-10 
The Hyatt Magnificent Mile

June 27-28 
The Embassy Suites
Washington, D.C.

July 25-26 
Lake Nona Medical City, Hyatt Place Orlando Airport Northwest
Orlando, Fla. 

September 23-25 
The Andaz Hotel
San Diego, Calif. 

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