U.S. and Chinese health design trends compared

July 22, 2014

David Duff, senior vice president and director of China healthcare at VOA Associates Inc., compared Chinese and U.S. healthcare design trends at the 15th Hospital Build and Infrastructure China Exhibition and Congress held recently in Nanjing, China. According to an article on the Healthcare Design website, Duff focused on flexibility and reconsideration of non-hospital-based care delivery. Duff made suggestions for improvements by comparing Chinese and U.S. characteristics in terms of performance, physician training and team building and nursing services.

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