Patient Rooms: A Positive Prognosis

Patient Rooms: A Positive Prognosis

Many patient rooms are in need of a facelift, having evolved little over the years despite changing needs and new technology. As the next generation of patient rooms come onboard, new designs based on human-centric principles are improving patient, family and clinician experiences.

Methodist Richardson Center Improves Space

Methodist Richardson Center Improves Space

Methodist Richardson Medical Center, which recently opened a new location in suburban Dallas, has innovations throughout its four floors, including new ways of using space to support patients , family members and visitors in waiting spaces and patient rooms.

Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Redesign

Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Redesign

With a project budget of approximately $200 million, Advocate Lutheran General, already a U.S. News and World Report “Top 50” hospital, was ready to re-evaluate how they delivered its patient care, focusing on developing a patient- centered, private room model with a sustainable structure.

Telemedicine: An Important Part of Healthcare’s Future

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

An Ecosystem of Spaces for Infusion Therapy

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.

All Children’s Hospital Innovates For Patient Care

All Children’s Hospital Innovates For Patient Care

In designing the hospital, the central challenge was how to create a state-of-the-art, patient-focused facility featuring an innovative design that won’t ever go out of style.

Taking Care of the Caretakers: Clinician Privacy

Taking Care of the Caretakers: Clinician Privacy

The inherent tension for clinicians lies in alternating demands to communicate with patients, families and colleagues and their own need to concentrate on individual, detailed, heads-down work.