Patient Discomfort and How Common Areas Can Help

Picture a hospital waiting room. What do you see? A long, uncomfortable wait? Or do you see a beautiful space anticipating

Patient Disconnect and How to Better Use Common Areas

In my general practitioner’s office, as well as my children’s pediatrician’s office, the common waiting spaces are filled with rows

Patient Isolation + How Technology Can Solve It

All of us have had healthcare experiences, likely coming from both sides of the equation — as the patient or

Three Transformative Healthcare Tensions

Waiting until later to make even the smallest change in healthcare will be waiting too long. With $2.7 trillion spent annually on

Healthcare Trends for 2014

One of the best parts of switching the calendar over from one year to the next is the inevitable articles

Beyond CEU’s: the Value of the Healthcare Design Conference

This post is by Amy Griffin, the 2013 winner of the AAHID/Steelcase Health Student Fellowship Award. Can artwork contribute to

Predictions for Healthcare Design Needs in the Next 5 Years

It’s no secret; the world of healthcare has been in significant transition. The various care models, decentralization of healthcare, as

Google Glass: Breakthrough Healthcare Innovation?

We try to write about emerging medical technologies regularly in this space, as certain products, once they gain enough momentum

7 Exam Room Hacks For A Better Clinical Environment

This post is by Mike Hoaglin, Clinical Scholar-in-Residence at Practice Fusion, and was originally posted on their blog. Are we

2013 in Review: Steelcase Health Tradeshows

John Quincy Adams, in his inaugural address March 4th, 1825, said: “From the experience of the past we derive instructive

State of Clinicians and Nurses Report

A survey of U.S. and Canadian Clinicians was conducted by Steelcase Health to better understand the key challenges clinicians and nurses face