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.
At NeoCon 2018, Steelcase Health unveiled a newly renovated space that showed how health environments can feel welcoming and approachable without compromising performance. Pam Krill from Steelcase Health spoke to Katie Pace about how healthcare spaces can be flexible, provide greater choice and meaningfully integrate technology to meet the constantly changing needs of customers. Learn more about Embold and Convey.
Embold collection of seating and tables from Steelcase Health helps organizations create a welcoming, comfortable waiting or transition environment.
Air, rainwater and rock striations are among the inspirations behind a new collection of applied materials for healthcare spaces.
Five finalists competed in the NEXT Student Design Competition sponsored by Steelcase to create the medical office building of the future.
Surround is designed to accommodate critical roles the family plays in the hospital room.
New observations identify challenges with patient room design and provide perspective on how the physical environment can help.
Cancer care is a complex field, and the number of cancer patients is projected to increase substantially. To meet the challenge, the Institute of Medicine recommended that a high quality delivery system for cancer care be patient-centered. This is the underlying philosophy behind the ThedaCare Regional Cancer Center, in Appleton, WI.