The Veterans Health Administration and the Idea of Wellness

This is the second in a series of posts focusing on the Department of Veterans Affairs. Read the first here.

TEDMED Tuesday: The Great Challenge of Whole-Patient Care

The discussion surrounding the TEDMED Great Challenge – Whole-Patient Care is currently underway. Whole-Patient care is a wonderful concept, yet a false reality

Key Moments and Great Conversations in Healthcare

There are many key moments in healthcare. They are all around you, before, during and after you get sick or

Steelcase Health Wins Nightingale Award For Regard!

We’re honored to announce that Steelcase Health has earned a fifth prestigious Nightingale Award in six years, this time for

TEDMED Tuesday: The Great Challenges and Achieving Medical Innovations

The discussion surrounding the TEDMED Great Challenge – Achieving Medical Innovation is currently underway. It focuses on what medical innovations

Mayo Monday: Margaret Laws of the California HealthCare Foundation

As director of the Innovations for the Underserved program at the California HealthCare Foundation, Margaret Laws oversees the foundation’s work

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