Rural healthcare facilities leading way

January 2, 2019

Large urban healthcare facilities are often sites of advancement, but rural facilities can also launch industry-leading ideas, according to an article on the Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo newsletter.

Rural facilities face unique challenges that encourage often-innovative solutions and cultivate creative problem-solving. 

Because of this, many new operational and design approaches are being developed in rural healthcare settings.

As rural healthcare organizations explore ways to maximize resources and implement new delivery concepts — from universal platforms that adjust with changing needs to hospitals designed for outpatient conversion.

Read the article.



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