What are some of the most intriguing ideas and issues that were top of mind in 2014? And what trends would you like to see go away in the New Year?
What design features are improving results and leading to better patient and staff satisfaction at one of the country’s largest public safety-net hospitals? During the Healthcare Design Conference, members of the design team took time to share what they’ve learned over the past 12 months.
Through the eyes of a patient, HCD Conference visitors learned how the facility's non-technical design elements, including its spa-like aesthetics and views to the outdoors, are just as important as its cutting-edge equipment.
Eskenazi Health doesn’t just say it’s serious about its civic role in Indianapolis, it’s walking the walk at its new campus with three design features that broaden the idea of healthcare and community.
Most men are known for being reluctant to seek care until the last minute. But as the push toward preventative care catches on, can facility design entice men to be comfortable seeking care in sickness and in health?
Despite widespread publicity about the growing problem of overweight adults and children, rates are still rising—both in the U.S. and abroad. Is it time for design to step up and offer some game-changing ideas to address this issue?
Delivering healthcare facilities to one of the most underserved regions in the world starts with listening and involving residents in the building process.
As the need for storing and securing medical data continues to grow, owners should know they’ve got options.
Who says colorful materials and inspiring features should be reserved for patient rooms and public spaces? A chiller plant on Ohio State’s campus demonstrates how a little wow can go a long way on any campus building.
Healthcare leaders sent a message to attendees at the annual Summer Leadership Summit in Chicago: Help us solve some of the issues and challenges we’re facing.