For any industry, being at a critical junction can often mean re-examining and reimagining core offerings—and now may just be that time for those charged with creating healthcare environments.
With spring comes an instinctive drive for new life, especially in the realm of professional inspiration. Here are some ideas worth pursuing to help get the creative juices flowing again.
The unintended negative consequences of teaching primary school students to perform well on tests may serve as a warning to designers creating spaces to achieve high HCAHPS scores.
Attendees of the Healthcare Design Expo & Conference weighed in on the topics top of mind for them right now, shedding light on shifting priorities compared to the previous year.
Technology is increasingly allowing us to engage in healthcare without having to actively seek it out. So what role might the built environment play in influencing our health choices?
Building resiliency into healthcare spaces means more than you might think.
Too often healthcare facilities are built to answer a specific need, but more longevity can be achieved if buildings respond to strategic initiatives instead.
A 25-year career at The Center for Health Design yields 25 lessons spanning professional and personal life.
Emerging technologies stand to reinvent the way healthcare is delivered, enhancing accessibility and lowering costs, all without losing that personal touch.
The Center for Health Design is rolling out new tools to help designers navigate the complexities of healthcare research to more easily apply findings to projects.
President & CEO, The Center for Health Design
Debra Levin, EDAC, is president and CEO of The Center for Health Design. You can follow at Debra...
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