Healthcare Design 2012: November 3-6

Experience healthcare like never before in a space sure to be the talk of HEALTHCARE DESIGN 12. Stop by again and

TEDMED Tuesday: The Great Challenges and Managing Chronic Diseases

Today’s Great Challenge: Managing Chronic Diseases. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Chronic Diseases cause major limitations in daily

Steelcase Health Collegiate Healthcare Design Competition Finalists #5 and #6

These are the final two entries we’ll be highlighting in the Steelcase Health Collegiate Healthcare Design Competition. The winner will be

Trouble with the Caregiver – Patient Connection

As we and hopefully you have learned through attending and reading about what went on at TEDMED and NeoCon this

Empath™: Designed for the Needs of Patients and Caregivers

In healthcare, every interaction between a patient and caregiver matters. Throughout our blog series, Mobility and Safety in Patient Seating, Post

Safety Risks for Clinicians: Moving Patients

It’s hard to believe that being a nurse can be more hazardous to your physical well-being than being a construction

Progressive Mobility: The Benefit of Getting Out of Bed

Kathleen M. Vollman, MSN, RN, CCNS, FCCM, FAAN, is a pioneer in the field of Progressive Mobility.  With more than

Never Stop Learning

Near the end of his remarkable life, despite all of his amazing accomplishments, Italian sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and engineer Michelangelo (considered the archetypal

BYOP: Bring Your Own iPad

Last night I had the privilege of attending a seminar given by Dr. Daniel Kraft, MD, a national speaker who

How Do You Use Revit? Testimonials from Revit “Super-Users”

Revit, a Building Information Modeling software, is an indispensable tool for architects and designers. Drawings and renderings generated from Revit help

Clinicians: Better to Sit than Stand

Attention, doctors and nurses: when it comes to interacting with patients, sit don’t stand! From the Kansas City Nursing News