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Take 5 With John Michael Currie

December 19, 2014     Posted by Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
The vice president of healthcare at Baskervill discusses the top five trends and issues getting his attention right now.
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FIRST LOOK: Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center

December 19, 2014     Posted by Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
See a sneak peek of Cleveland Clinic’s new 377,000-square-foot cancer center being developed on the provider’s main campus in Cleveland.
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Best of 2014: Modular Construction Delivers Flexibility To Healthcare

December 19, 2014     Barbara Horwitz-Bennett

Breaking out beyond smaller healthcare projects, modular construction is being sought out for its speed to market, quality control, and efficiency.

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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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Designing For Medicine’s Next Frontier

December 18, 2014     Christina Grimes

Biofabrication, or the 3-D printing of human tissue, might sound like science fiction. But the field of regenerative medicine stands to radically change the way healthcare is delivered in the future, calling for designers to create spaces that support what’s next. 

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Ebola Inspires Healthcare Facility Contingency Plan

December 18, 2014     Sheila F. Cahnman
Recent Ebola cases in the U.S. have placed a spotlight on the scarcity of facilities prepared to treat patients suffering from infectious diseases and the importance of designing healthcare spaces for the worst-case scenario.
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Best of 2014: Increasing Patient Satisfaction By Decreasing Patient Room Size

December 18, 2014     Esperanza Harper, Nicholas Watkins, and Tamra Minnier

When creating a right-sized patient room to support patient/family-centered care, the design team behind the new UPMC East hospital found that more square footage wasn’t necessarily the answer.

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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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2014: The Year Of The Patient

December 17, 2014     Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor

Healthcare Design’s Top 10 most-clicked articles in 2014 capture the industry's growing interest in creating healthcare spaces that not only enhance outcomes but that leave patients walking away from a healthcare experience with a favorable opinion of it. See the full list here. 

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Healthcare-associated Infections Keep Industry On High Alert

December 16, 2014     Sara O. Marberry
Hospitals and health systems are charged to reduce healthcare-associated infections and the tens of thousands of deaths they cause each year, inspiring design solutions to help combat the mounting epidemic.
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PHOTO TOUR: Riley Hospital for Children

December 15, 2014     posted by Kristin D. Zeit
Take a visual walk through Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, a phased IPD project that reached full occupancy in June 2014.
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Integration Of NICUs Into Hospitals

December 15, 2014     Gloria Cornell

As part of an IIDA traveling fellowship, I’m setting out in 2015 to get a global perspective on NICU design to see how design research is making an impact and see what the future may hold.

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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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Data-Driven Healthcare Design: Cool Stuff Isn’t Free

December 10, 2014     Chris Bormann

Healthcare designers must demonstrate the financial and operational value of their planning and design recommendations to clients, with data-driven design tools able to provide insight on how even the coolest-looking design will also perform to expectations.

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FIRST LOOK: University of Missouri-St. Louis Patient Care Center

December 9, 2014     Posted by Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
See a sneak peek of a new patient care center at the Colleges of Optometry and Nursing at University of Missouri-St. Louis, opening in 2016.
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