What is the Pebble Project?
The Pebble Project is The Center for Health Design’s main research initiative. It is a unique and dynamic collaborative, where forward thinking healthcare providers learn, research, and share information to create better healthcare facilities that improve patient and worker safety and clinical outcomes, while maximizing environmental performance and operating efficiency. The Pebble Project provides partners a place where they can come with their goals, questions, and challenges; share and learn from the experiences of counterparts around the country and world; and, with expert guidance from The Center for Health Design’s consultants and research staff, develop strategies to implement, measure, and document the results of their endeavors. Pebble Partners have access to more than 40 free research reports and whitepapers that link the built environment to outcomes and searchable databases of relevant research and project examples.
Read more about the Pebble Project in the attached brochures or for more information, contact Mark Goodman at mgoodman [at] healthdesign [dot] org or call 925-521-9404 ext. 120.