Trending News - October 2019

Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Handrails

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for handrails

10/30/2019


UPS to use drones to deliver medical supplies

New effort to target time-critical healthcare deliveries

10/29/2019


Michael Jordan funds healthcare facility in Charlotte

The facilities design reflect’s Jordan athleticism

10/28/2019


Montana food bank to open clinic on site

The clinic will be located in about 1,600 square feet of space on the second floor

10/28/2019


Walmart opens 'first' in-store health center

New clinic said to be the first of its kind to put a range of services all in one place outside of a traditional healthcare facility

10/25/2019


10 'best hospital cities' in the U.S. named

Boston is #1 in the U.S.

10/24/2019


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Auto flush bolts

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for auto flush bolts

10/23/2019


How hospitals operated 100 years ago

Some facts you may not have known

10/17/2019


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Fire door inspections

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for fire door inspections

10/16/2019


Hospitals getting into the housing business

Hospitals cannot discharge patients if they have no safe place to go

10/14/2019


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Decorative Paint

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for decorative paint

10/9/2019


Hospital execs charged with misuse of FHA construction loan

The federal complaint alleges that the defendants schemed to improperly obtain the loan to build a Texas hospital

10/8/2019


Amazon launches a virtual medical clinic for employees

The clinic offers a combination of telemedicine and in-person services

10/8/2019


Netherlands hospital uses wayfinding as place-making

At Zaans Medical Center in The Netherlands, the wayfinding provides a chance to create a strong sense of place, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

10/4/2019


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Smoke detectors

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for smoke detectors

10/2/2019


New $920M University of Michigan hospital to include family spaces

Construction expected to be completed in 2024

10/1/2019


San Francisco pauses plan to shift long-term beds for mentally ill

The department planned to transform a portion of the unused beds into a temporary respite facility

10/1/2019



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