Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the HEALTHCARE DESIGN Conference will be in Phoenix this year with a program that will deliver education, networking opportunities, inspiration, and so much more.
Hospitals are taking various approaches to enhancing the patient environment. Artwork in the hospital continues to be a way to provide calm while also serving as an educational or wayfinding tool.
Opened in 2011, the Richard E. Jacobs Health Center in Avon, Ohio, is a ‘one-stop shop’ for healthcare that will serve the surrounding communities, eliminating the need for patients to travel long distances in order to receive the care they need.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently announced grants will go to community health centers across the country. The A/E/C field has already had its ear to the ground and is seeing the increase in the demand for more outpatient buildings.
Hospital design across the globe has made incredible strides in many ways, especially in delivering aesthetically pleasing structures that also enhance care.
The Healthy Hospitals Initiative has joined the Global Green and Healthy Hospitals Network as a founding member to represent the US healthcare industry on an international scale.
Developing and developed countries are learning from each other and using best practices to design healthcare facilities that best serve their communities and suit their environments.
Some hospitals are now aware that harsh chemicals used in an effort to control infections are not the answer, but what about the other materials in the healthcare facility? Questions and comments from a recent webinar shows that there is still much to learn.
The American Institute of Architects 2012 National Convention and Design Exposition brings together leading experts, architects, and designers from various disciplines, as well as addressing the construction industry.
A recent report released at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Weight of the Nation Conference in Washington, D.C., estimates that 42% of the American population will be obese by 2030.