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The Center for Health Design

HIGHLIGHTED EVENTS

Catch the Early Bird Savings for 
Safety First! Proactive Design and the CHD Safety Risk Assessment Toolkit Workshop

Location: Hilton Penn Station
Newark, New Jersey

Date: July 23-24, 2015

Early Bird Registration - $475.00
After June 26 - $575.00


Agenda

 

If you’ve ever pulled the “push” handle of a door, you’ve experienced how building design can influence what you do.  The healthcare facility design process is complex and requires juggling many different types of information to make informed and balanced decisions that impact outcomes.  Where does safety fit and how does it become a focus? This interactive workshop will allow participants to:

  • learn about the newly developed CHD Safety Risk Assessment toolkit
  • understand key issues associated with six safety areas (infection control, patient handling, falls, medication safety, behavioral health, security)
  • gain hands-on experience using the tool in a hypothetical renovation project
  • interact with a faculty of subject matter experts

Designed to support the requirements of the 2014 FGI Guidelines for Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities, the new CHD Safety Risk Assessment toolkit is a research-based, proactive approach to new construction and renovation in health care settings.

For more information including the workshop agenda, click here.


Join Us In Boston for a Health Design Insights Event

Thursday, June 25, 2015
4:30 - 7:30 pm

Red Thread Showroom
22 Boston Wharf Rd
Boston, MA

Come meet and  connect with CHD Affiliate members and the regional healthcare design community for "Innovations in Healthcare Design" - informal, energetic, creative, short format presentations, (worth one EDAC/AIA credit) at 4:30 p.m., followed by cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.

This event is FREE to CHD Affiliate Members, Thought Leaders, and Thought Leader Guests - please RSVP here.  Other professionals can attend for a small donation of $40.

 

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IN THE KNOW

Explore How and Why the Military Health System Transformed to a Patient Centered Medical Home Model of Care 

Thursday, June 25, 2015
11:00 am Pacific / 2:00 pm Eastern

The Military Health System (MHS) includes over 300 medical centers, hospitals and clinics located worldwide on Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps installations.  These 300 military treatment facilities (MTFs) serve over 3.3M active duty service members, retirees and their families. In 2011, the MHS began transforming over 440 primary care practices within MTFs into the Patient Centered Medical Home models of care and, at the same time, adopted NCQA PCMH standards to establish consistent tri-service operating principles.  As a result, the MHS has been able to standardize business and clinical operational workflow, appointing/scheduling templates, staffing models, performance measures, goals and a capitated revised financing model.

This webinar will discuss how existing primary care practices had to be redesigned to be more patient-centered and better support efficient team-based workflow, embedded specialists and enhanced access clinics.  Redesign engaged multiple business, medical and architecture areas subject matter experts, who developed, piloted, tested and revised a standard primary care clinic model.  For more webinar information including learning objectives, click here.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Get 50% Off 
On-Demand Webinar 

“Healing Spaces: The Science and Place of Wellbeing”, on-demand webinar is on sale for $45.00 for the month of June.  Get unlimited viewings for seven days from day of purchase and earn one continuing education unit for EDAC and AIA.  Purchase.
EFA Call for Presentations
Submit your presentation to be considered for this premier event that offers the latest and best information from thought leaders and innovators within the field of aging. Deadline for submissions - July 21, 2015 5 p.m. PDT.  More information here.
Enter to Win Healthcare Design's 2015 Remodel/ Renovation 
Enter and your project could be one of six winning remodel/renovate designs that will be featured in the December 2015 issue of Healthcare Design magazine. This year's categories include "women's health" and "emergency/urgent care". Entry registrations due July 28, 2015.  More information here.

TOOLS AND RESOURCES

A Visual Reference to Evidence-Based Design
A must-have EBD resource, Jain Malkin's lively writing style makes research read like an adventure story with fascinating discoveries at every turn. Learn more here.
A Living Library
The Knowledge Repository provides a one-stop, complete source of healthcare EBD research with additional key point summaries, being added monthly, it will continue to grow and develop as healthcare design evolves.  Stop searching, start finding.
The Center's Research Services 
 Our team of experienced researchers can work directly with you in a variety of ways - from actually doing small research projects to providing much needed research support in many different areas.  More information here.
About Us:
The Center for Health Design is a nonprofit 501c(3) whose mission is to transform healthcare environments for a healthier, safer world through design research, education and advocacy.

Looking for ways to support our work?
Become EDAC Certified, Join our Community of Affiliates; Become a Pebble Partner; Add to our Knowledge RepositoryDonations make a difference; Watch our on demand webinars; Ask us about volunteer opportunities. Like us on Facebook; Contact us.

 

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