Value-driven approach sets priorities in cancer-care design

August 6, 2014
Kevin G. Reeves

When budget restrictions and providers’ competing priorities make it impossible to say yes to all of the design ideas gathered by an interior designer's research, a value tree map can be used to determine what are “must-have,” “nice-to-have,” and “can-you-imagine-if-we-had” amenities when creating a cancer-care environment, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website. 

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