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Trying to keep up on healthcare current events? This webinar will provide insights on some of the trends and concerns currently within the healthcare marketplace that directly impact the design of healthcare settings. Topics include focus on health and wellness, sustainability versus performance of materials, care population shifts, and promising news from the regulatory front. The discussion will be tied to design impacts, health impacts, and potential return on investment for healthcare providers. Case studies will be shared that illuminate these new developments.
Understand current healthcare events that take priority and have critical impact on healthcare design.
Understand the potential changes in the care population and related design impacts.
Evaluate the potential return on investment related to current healthcare marketplace.
Access health and safety informational and planning resources available and their applications to the design of healthcare settings.
Jane Rohde, AIA, FIIDA, ASID, ACHA, CHID, JSR Associates, Inc.
Jane Rohde believes in a global cultural shift toward person-centered solutions for healthcare settings and sits on various healthcare and sustainability committees supporting research, advocacy, and humanistic approaches to care.
In 2015, she received the first Changemaker Award for Environments for Aging from The Center for Health Design and in 2018, she received the ASID Design for Humanity Award, has been recognized as an Honorary Alumni of Clemson University’s Architecture + Health program, and has been honored as one of the top ten Women in Design demonstrating leadership in healthcare and senior living design.
Jane Rohde’s areas of expertise include person-centered care model development, architecture and design for the aging population in senior living and related healthcare settings, sustainability initiatives supported by performance characteristics, education to peers, regulators, and care providers, guideline development and licensing code, focus groups and primary research, demographic studies, and development expertise.