Hospitals rethink the role of art

August 21, 2014
WSJ

Hospitals are turning to art as part of a broader push to create a healing environment as studies show that visual art can help reduce stress for patients and increase satisfaction with care, according to a video interview on the Wall Street Journal Live website.

Dr. Iva Fattorini and Jennifer Finkel, who are both involved with art at the Cleveland Clinic, discuss the role of art in a healing environment with reporter Tanya Rivero

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