Healthcare institutions across the country are successfully applying social media strategies to promote the efforts taking place inside their buildings.
The team behind the design of the new Tower at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago discusses how the iconic project came together.
By converting its existing 55 campus buildings from 2-D drawings to BIM models, The Ohio State University Medical Center is discovering a plethora of renovation, operations, and maintenance benefits.
With so much changing in the info-rich world we live in, expectations about the future and how services are purchased has changed—especially when it comes to healthcare.
A tour of the much ballyhooed Chicago project shows the new East Tower lives up to all of the hype, but one special group of workers absolutely stole the show.
Curtis Young, National Practice Leader – Healthcare, Walter P. Moore & Associates, talks about where to go to keep up with the industry – at the 2011 Healthcare Design Conference in Nashville Tennessee.
George Mann, Professor of Architecture, Texas A&M University, discusses key takeaways for healthcare professionals – at the 2011 Healthcare Design Conference in Nashville Tennessee.
Steve Whitcraft, Director – Healthcare – Texas Region, Turner Construction, talks about Construction and IPD – at the 2011 Healthcare Design Conference in Nashville Tennessee.
The Hybrid OR has been all the rage of late, but is it simply the latest trend, or is the idea here to stay? And is the idea one that is right for everyone?
An in-depth look at the benefits of building information modeling on the design and construction of a physician-owned surgery hospital impacted by federal healthcare reform.