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Healthcare Spaces

Trends in Healthcare Spaces

5 Health IT Trends That Will Drive Disruption in 2019

“So, what will 2019 hold? To find out, we turned to David Betts, principal and national leader for customer transformation in healthcare for Deloitte Consulting, who pinpoints five trends that will define — or redefine — the healthcare industry in the coming year. “ (Wagenen, Health Tech)

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Alisa Verratti
Built to Move

“Healthcare projects today, whether they’re inpatient or outpatient settings, are fueled by client goals of achieving flexibility and reduced cost. In the design and construction world, the latest trend to answer those combined needs isn’t new at all—rather, it’s a new application of an old solution: prefabricated wall systems. “

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Alisa Verratti
3 Strategies For Branding Interior Spaces

While most branding is recognizable with companies like Dunkin’ coffee or a bag of chips, it can also be incorporated into interior designs for healthcare facilities. Such products like surface materials, signage, fabrics, paint colors, flooring and artwork can give patients and visitors a feeling of trust an familiarity. Thus, people can then easily identify those healthcare facilities.

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Alisa Verratti
Brave New World of Patient Engagement

Convenience, access and cost effectiveness are what is the consumer experience. The need for these three points if evident in ever aspect of consumer care. This ties into healthcare because without it, patients can not receive the care and treatment they need to feel comfort and security.

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Alisa Verratti
Designing for Health: When Solving Wayfinding is a True Cliffhanger

Article By: Contract

“Academic medical centers by nature, are housed in complex campuses with diverse and competing elements. Oftentimes they are in dense urban environments. These campuses traditionally experience growth over their long histories, and typically have environments and buildings to represent multiple eras and points of view about what the public experience is. “

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Maegan Slowakiewicz