Patient expectations are redefining facilities

September 13, 2019

Hospitals are building new facilities for better patient outcomes, convenient services and a superior patient experience, according to an article on the BisNow website.

Healthcare systems are investing in facilities that offer more options and better service.

The current trend, according to the article, is for healthcare systems to increase their investment in well-placed outpatient facilities and upgrade their existing hospitals. 

These new facilities pave the way for more high-tech, consumer-focused patient care.

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