Healthcare design today focusing on patient experience

May 2, 2019

Heathcare facilities are trying to attract healthy patients as well as the sick and healthcare design is changing accordingly, according to an article on the Colorado Real Estate Journal website.

Patients are shopping for and expecting value and convenience from their healthcare providers, so a more patient-centered, family -focused perspective has evolved.

A superior patient experience depends on: caring staff, patient-centered operations and well-designed facilities, the article said.

Successful healthcare facilities must be flexible, multipurpose and technology-enabled spaces.

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