Designing healthcare facilities for women and children calls for a balance of three distinct patient groups—adults, children, and infants—all while maintaining efficient operations. It’s a tall order, but this blog from AIA AAH identifies details to consider.
Start with 18 bathrooms, bring 15 services together under one roof, and offer two types of waiting environments—including space for kids—and you’re on the right path to improving the healthcare experience for women.
July 21, 2015 Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
From prosthetics to bones to organs, the use of 3-D printing in healthcare is gaining traction every day and calling for built environments that can support its use. But what about using the technology to construct those built environments? It may not be such a leap.
The show director for the Healthcare Design Expo & Conference shares how industry relationships can be rewarding and fruitful, both personally and professionally—but they require plenty of nurturing, too.
We all like to get a big bang for our buck when it comes to doling out funds for healthcare design research studies, but sometimes efforts that are a bit more unassuming are the ones that make all the difference.
Lean can help healthcare organizations plan clinic spaces that adapt easily to change, providing long-term value for patient care and operational cost savings—and it all starts by designing from the inside out.