Focus: Facility Design

Designing for healthcare facility staff satisfaction

February 5, 2020

While healthcare facilities are designed to support patient well-being, they can be unsupportive when it comes to caring for the needs of the staff, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website. But the healthcare industry is starting to take note of how other sectors are reducing burnout and increasing staff productivity, engagement and satisfaction withe the workspace.

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