Healthcare reform means opportunities, threats

July 1, 2014

Healthcare reform means opportunities and threats for designers, according to a blog on the Healthcare Design website by managing editor Jennifer Kovacs Silvis. Ambulatory projects are plentiful, but they are smaller and designers will need volume to match billing numbers. Pressure from clients for short schedules and tight budgets are also common challenges, according to Healthcare Design’s 2014 Corporate Rankings Survey

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