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

A Strategy to Improve Healthcare

I was excited to read the article The Strategy That Will Fix Healthcare by Michael E. Porter and Thomas H.

A Personal Recommendation for Empath

Gerri Kennedy has been an employee of OEC, a Steelcase dealer, since 1984. In 1999, she received the frightening diagnosis

5 Takeaways from Healthcare Design

The 2013 version of the Healthcare Design Conference is now in the history books, and what a conference it was!

Healthcare Design Conference 2013 – Coming Soon!

At Steelcase Health, we understand that healthcare is in the midst of a period of great change. Whether it’s the

Designing for the Professional Caregiver – A Fresh Focus To Design Research

We invited Amy Griffin, the 2013 winner of the AAHID/Steelcase Health Student Fellowship Award, to write about her research. Congrats Amy