Never Miss A Beat on the Latest Trends in Healthcare Design
It takes several years to complete a healthcare project. Starting with first drawings, the groundbreaking, topping off, and finally the opening. So it’s critical that designs bring modern solutions to the table and are as forward-thinking as possible.
That’s why Healthcare Design strives each day to deliver content to readers that explores the latest advancements in healthcare facility planning, design, construction, and operations—covering hospital renovations and new builds across building types including clinics, acute care hospitals, and specialty facilities.
In order to understand what’s at the heart of trends in healthcare, it’s important to hear directly from those working in the industry. Healthcare Design turns to its expert sources every day to break down what’s driving their projects and the newest design solutions identified to solve challenges and answer goals.
Hear from professionals in firms like HKS, HDR, AECOM, HOK and more, including members of the magazine’s esteemed editorial advisory board.
The Newest Trends are Explored Here First
Healthcare Design’s trend coverage digs deep into interior design, architecture, construction and engineering, and research and theory, all while adding in a layer of unique industry perspectives via blogs and Q+As with design pros.
The latest project types, such as the movement toward improved and expanded behavioral health design, are explored and solutions are shared. With baselines established via proven design features such as access to natural light and nature, researchers continue to explore what the next wave of evidence-based design might be and share proven results in Healthcare Design.
It’s important when undergoing a hospital renovation, expansion, or new site that trends in healthcare are considered, such as the need for medical home models of care and safe environments that prevent healthcare-associated infections and improve outcomes and patient satisfaction. None of this can be achieved without proper facility planning, and Healthcare Design will share what you need to know, when you need to know it.