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.
When attendees at the 2014 Healthcare Design Conference were asked to choose the top issues that keep them up at night, the results revealed differences between providers’ and designers’ perspectives.
The annual Healthcare Design Showcase serves as a yearbook for the healthcare design industry, highlighting trends and hinting at future innovations.
In response to a healthcare system in financial turmoil, design choices deemed appropriate for new facilities today are a whole lot different than what the design community embraced just years ago.
After decades of research to shape healthcare design, a look back at where the evidence-based movement started serves as a reminder for how far the industry has come.
How design interventions can solve the challenges that continue to stay top-of-mind for healthcare’s c-suite.
As The Center for Health Design readies for its new five-year strategic plan, three business opportunities for healthcare designers emerge.