Newsletter No. 2

These are a few of the interesting articles that have caught my attention recently. Developing a New International Healthcare Standard | Medical Construction and Design Developing a New International Healthcare Standard #combinedcultures http://buff.ly/2mdZsdc Designing for memory care | Health Facilities …

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Reflections on a Conference

I recently attended the Healthcare Design Expo and Conference, held this year in Washington, DC. This annual conference attracts approximately 4,000 architects, engineers, designers, suppliers, and healthcare clients from all around the country, and in addition to the large number …

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Seriously?

I like to read, and I particularly enjoy reading about what is happening in the healthcare field both in this country and around the world. I learn and draw inspiration from the creative efforts of others as they tackle the …

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Sick as a dog?

Where do you go when you just feel terrible? It’s often difficult to get an appointment to see the primary care provider (or maybe you don’t even have a PCP), so the next thought is a trip to the Emergency Room. …

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Are You Ready for Virtual Healthcare?

Geri Aston has written a fascinating cover story in the March 2015 issue of Hospitals & Health Networks magazine entitled “Telehealth Promises to Reshape Healthcare” (click to access it). In this well researched article, she is describing how some healthcare …

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What’s a Medical Home?

There has been a lot of discussion about the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model of healthcare as a way of transforming how care is delivered. In this model, a personal physician leads a team of caregivers that has the necessary …

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