Telemedicine: An Important Part of Healthcare’s Future

Telemedicine, defined as the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional

Patient Safety + Support: Infusion Therapy Space Design

Fighting chronic illnesses, like cancer, congestive heart failure, and Crohn’s disease, among others, can be a trying and scary time

Text Neck

Got Text-Neck? The Solution Could Be Your Arms! The arms of your chair that is. Text neck is getting a

Movement Improves Employee Wellbeing

The truth is, sitting isn’t killing us. But as this paper will demonstrate, sitting in poor postures for long periods with little movement and few breaks for standing or walking can impact our health and reduce our productivity.

Fixed Fees + Patient Interaction Key to Healthcare Fix?

It’s the $3 trillion question. How can Americans get better health care for less money? A recent issue of TIME

Safe Care: Every Patient, Every Time, Everywhere

Steve Stein, the Area Healthcare Manager in the Northwest Region for Steelcase Health, recently became the newest member of the

Skip Your Annual Physical?

Ezekiel J. Emanuel, a prominent oncologist and a former Special Advisor on Health Policy to the Director of the Office

An Ecosystem of Spaces for Infusion Therapy

Traditional infusion therapy spaces seldom meet the unique safety, physical and emotional wellbeing needs of patients and care partners. Providing an ecosystem of spaces is the first step to solve for this problem.

Bringing Our Favorite Places to the Office

Thanks to technology, a lot of people can now work from anywhere, carrying the office with them in their pocket, briefcase or backpack. However, most people find out fairly quickly that, although “anywhere” may be a nice change of pace, the advantages are short-term. New turnstone products bring the appeal of away-from-the-office settings into the office so that workers can enjoy the best of both worlds.

A New Learning Curve

The active learning classroom has been called “the third teacher” for the impact it can have on students. But what we’ve needed is a reliable post-occupancy evaluation that measures how well a different (i.e., active) classroom design can affect student success. Now the wait is over.