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Putting Evidence-Based Design Into Practice

December 19, 2014     Sara O. Marberry

When designing the Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton, the project team developed an evidence-based design matrix that guided solutions created by identifying expected outcomes. The matrix was shared during a session at the recent Healthcare Design Conference.

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Best Of 2014: How To Design A ‘Smart’ Hospital

December 17, 2014     Evan Weremeychik

To support care delivery today and tomorrow, technology integration must be a major piece of any new facility project. A new endocrinology center in the works offers insight into the art of creating a technologically advanced hospital.

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Podcast: 3 Design Ideas That Are Transforming Emergency Departments

December 10, 2014     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
In this Healthcare Design podcast, senior editor Anne DiNardo talks with architects and designers on what’s shaping the future of the emergency department and some new design strategies they’re putting in place.
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Healthcare Design Pulse: Cutting-Edge Emergency Departments

December 9, 2014     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
A roundup of the best, most interesting, and/or most innovative designs and trends we're seeing right now.
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Eskenazi Health Embraces Its Civic Duty

November 13, 2014     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
For its new public safety-net hospital in Indianapolis, the design team used a modern, clean, and sustainable design to support the mind, body, and soul of its community.
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PHOTO TOUR: The Miriam Hospital Emergency Department

November 7, 2014     Posted by Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
Take a visual walk through the renovated emergency department, opened in Providence, R.I., in May 2014.
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New ASID Tool Aims To Break Through The Sustainability Clutter

November 4, 2014     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
The Protocols for Health and Wellness in Design will be released in 2015 with the goal to help design professionals understand existing green guidelines and how they work together.
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Integrating Behavioral, Primary Care At Centerstone

October 27, 2014     Margie Monin Dombrowski
A new facility for Centerstone of Tennessee ties primary and behavioral healthcare to create a unified space and continuum of care for patients of all ages.
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PHOTO TOUR: University of Delaware's Health Sciences Complex

October 3, 2014     Posted by Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
Take a visual walk through the wellness facility in Newark, Del., completed in January 2014.
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Fine Tailoring At The Preston Robert Tisch Center For Men’s Health

October 2, 2014     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
NYU Langone Medical Center combines masculine details and rich textures to create a distinctive outpatient center for men, earning it Best of Competition honors in the 2014 IIDA Healthcare Interior Design Competition.
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Designing For Men

October 2, 2014     Posted By Anne DiNardo
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?
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Emergency Response: Answering Patient Needs With A Standalone ED

August 21, 2014     Hilke Schoonvliet, Nicholas Watkins, Christy Spivey, and Chelsea Greemore
Research informed a new model of care for New Hanover Regional Medical Center’s delivery of emergency medicine.
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Where Operations And Design Meet

August 12, 2014     Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
Even the best operational models can achieve new levels of success if supported by the right built environment. A recent study captures lots of potential for fall prevention, but what if such initiatives were paired with proven evidence-based design solutions?
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A Value-Driven Approach To Designing Cancer Environments

August 1, 2014     Patricia D. Malick
Value-mapping is one tool designers can use to determine basic, target, and aspirational features to incorporate in a new space, in order to best meet patient, family, and staff needs. Here, the design of an infusion center serves as one example of how it can be done.
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Staff Support: Designing Optimal Healthcare Work Environments

July 21, 2014     Barbara Horwitz-Bennett

From supportive staff workspaces to on-site fitness centers to business-class lounges, hospitals are responding to employee needs—by design.

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