Focus: Facility Design

Shaping tomorrow's hospitals and outpatient facilities

October 29, 2019

Future healthcare facilities are being designed and built to deliver positive experiences for patients, families, visitors and staff, according to an article on the St. Louis Business Journal website.

Key factors include:

• Thorough planning, precision and a meticulous attention to detail.

• Advanced visualization tools

• Lean construction methodologies to streamline efficiency

• Processes and standards that help deliver a consistent patient experience as well as economies of scale

 • Flexible design to accommodate the future

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