Here’s a quiz: In a survey, pediatric ICU physicians claimed to wash their hands between patients 73% of the time.
How can a shoe retailer and a great patient experience possibly be related? Well, when you think about them both
While healthcare environments continue to improve, striving to provide better patient outcomes and experiences, current hospital environments remain extremely noisy.
A recent blog post by Sara Marberry of the Center for Health Design (CHD), examined 10 trends impacting the next
I was talking with my wife this morning about a relative who’s currently hospitalized for chemotherapy treatment, and she mentioned
Recently highlighted in Fast Company’s design blog, Co.design, was a case study from Spanish design consultancy Fuelfor entitled “Rethinking the
Ever walked through a quiet hospital? Didn’t think so. I don’t think many exist. Obviously, hospitals want to be busy
University of Kansas Students Win Inaugural Steelcase Health Collegiate Healthcare Design Competition
Steelcase Health, along with The Center for Health Design, and HEALTHCARE DESIGN MAGAZINE are pleased to announce the winning submission
A key question in healthcare design is, what can we do as designers to help patients heal faster? In order for
Search the phrase “iPad in Healthcare” and the results are numerous. The Apple iPad, along with other tablet computers, is
Ed Bennett’s (@EdBennett) blog successfully brings the worlds of social media and healthcare together. He provides social media resources to healthcare