Architecture

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St. Anthony Hospital Finds Second Home

November 19, 2014     Margie Monin Dombrowski
After 112 years in operation, the Pendleton, Ore., hospital is enjoying a new location and all the modern conveniences that come with it.
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Healthcare Design Honors The Year’s Top Projects, Individuals At Awards Ceremony

The HCD 10.
November 17, 2014     HCD editors
See the full list of winners for the Healthcare Design Showcase, Remodel/Renovation Competition, Landscape Architecture for Healthcare Communities, and The HCD 10.
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Graffiti Artist Erik Wahl Dazzles Healthcare Design Conference with Performance Art

November 17, 2014     Megan Combs

The opening plenary speaker for the 2014 Healthcare Design Conference in San Diego, Wahl performed much of his show by painting and interacting with the audience.

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Designing Healthcare Buildings That Support Patient Wellness

November 17, 2014     Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
Design can bridge the gap between what a building needs to achieve and the operations required to achieve it, in a new world that requires a deep focus on patient wellness. Read on for more from this Healthcare Design Conference session offering insight from both an architect and owner.
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Welcome To The 2014 Healthcare Design Conference

November 16, 2014     Kristin D. Zeit, Editor-in-Chief

This year’s Healthcare Design Conference in San Diego brings together big crowds, diverse industry professionals, and new opportunities and insights for an industry poised to innovate—or else.

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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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Understanding Why Chinese Healthcare Design Is Different

November 12, 2014     Edison Woo

China is a major market for healthcare design, and U.S. firms looking to enter should understand not just how hospitals are designed differently there, but why.

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Legacy Emanuel Medical Center Plants With Purpose

Terrace Garden at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center.
November 12, 2014     Larry Beresford
A half-million-dollar grant funds a new garden at the Portland, Ore., facility with the express goal of studying nature’s effect on healing.
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What's Next For Patient Room Design?

November 12, 2014     Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
NXT Health’s Patient Room 2020 prototype made waves through the healthcare design industry when launched last year. In this installment of Healthcare Design's special report on the patient room, NXT Health executive director Salley Whitman talks about the model and how the concepts proposed continue to evolve and push patient room design forward.
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Consolidation Yields Systems Optimization At NEA Baptist

NEA Baptist hospital exterior
November 10, 2014     Margie Monin Dombrowski
To solve a disjointed workflow, NEA Baptist relocated to a new site where its acute care hospital, clinics, cancer center, and more than 1,200 employees could share a single campus.
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Crystal Ball: Looking Into The Future Of Patient Room Design

November 10, 2014     Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
See a sneak peek of patient room projects on design boards today and details on how healthcare designers are reimagining this all-important space, the third installment in Healthcare Design's special report on the patient room.
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Unit Design Is Secret To Successful Patient Room

November 7, 2014     Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
The effectiveness of any patient room design requires an equally effective unit design that supports efficient, functional, and safe operations and care delivery. Designers weigh in on best practices for inpatient unit design in this installment of Healthcare Design’s special report on the patient room.
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Reworking The Healthcare Workspace

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center's Cancer and Blood Diseases Instit
November 7, 2014     Angela Mazzi and Erin Schmidt
Recent shifts in care delivery models are inspiring the need to rethink workspaces of old to support more collaborative team-based approaches.
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Stakes Are High For Patient Room Design

November 6, 2014     Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
The patient room is home away from home and, increasingly, where all the action happens—providing countless reasons to makes sure the design is right. This in-depth look at the state of patient room design today is the first installment in Healthcare Design’s special report on the patient room.
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What Designers Need To Know About Healthcare Reform’s Next Step

November 5, 2014     Eileen B. Malone and Ellen Taylor
The Hospital-Acquired Conditions Reduction Program, mandated by the Affordable Care Act, became effective in October, and it’s important for designers to understand the built environment’s role in helping providers answer this next reform challenge.
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