The need to be change-ready and the increase in the rate of outpatient care led a recent exploration into flexibility in healthcare design.
How to design respite space that will improve clinicians’ wellbeing and healthcare organizations’ ROI.
Steelcase Health highlighted virtual care and flexibility in healthcare design as two key topics impacting the industry in 2019.
Space matters as clinicians and health systems develop their “webside manner” (the virtual equivalent of bedside manner).
A new body of work on flexibility in healthcare spaces is changing the conversation around how outpatient settings can adapt over time. The FleXX report creates a proposed clear and actionable flexibility framework. Join us as we put the framework to the test by walking through real-world scenarios.
Jordan Smith, Steelcase Health WorkSpace Futures, shares how virtual visits can provide benefits for patients, clinicians and healthcare organizations at NeoCon 2019.
Kim Erwin and Jerry Krishnan, co-directors for the Institute for Healthcare Delivery Design at the University of Illinois Chicago, share how healthcare design is returning healthcare to its roots—helping patients, families and clinicians do the right thing.
Despite contending with complex and interconnected factors including satisfaction, burnout and reimbursements, healthcare leaders are looking to a future geared toward better health for all. How might the built environment have an impact on their Quadruple Aim goals?
What if instead of paying every time you had a medical service, you only paid if you had a positive result? Listen in on a thought-provoking conversation between Stacey Chang, exec. dir., Design Institute for Health at Dell Medical School and Steelcase Health. They explore new ways to deliver healthcare centered around people. Learn more in the Q+A with Stacey Chang.