In deciding whether a mission critical facility will be located at a hospital/medical office building or in a remote location, healthcare providers must weigh a variety of factors.
As technology continues to advance and our experience deepens with a variety of projects using IPD and BIM, here are some examples of notable ways to use those processes and tools to your best advantage.
Can a kind of “Super MOB” with hoteling physicians be the answer to the lack of healthcare providers in bedroom communities surrounding some of our sprawling metropolitan areas?
A personal health crisis inspires the realization of how important it is to include patients' support network of family and friends in shaping how we build effective healthcare environments.
Like converting an old powerboat into a modern cruising yacht, healthcare systems are starting to focus on the “small hospital of the future” and doing that effectively thanks largely to technology.
Four Arizona State University students inspire with their idea to potentially convert shipping containers into clinics. Read on for more on what they've been able to accomplish as well as what lies ahead for the young entrepreneurs.
If the project team members’ goals start out the same, why don’t the results always turn out that way? And how can IPD, whether in theory or contractually, help change this?
Like IPD in construction, hospitals are moving toward an integrated approach in the operating room environment with the trend toward hybrid ORs. When undergoing this type of project, there are a couple things all team members need to consider.
How do varying definitions of value among project team members coincide and, potentially, collide?