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Webinar
March 2017 Webinar
This webinar explores: establish the basis for the correlation between patient motivation and patient experience using Maslow’s Theory framework, identify how Maslow’s Theory applies to caregivers, providers, and family as they support the patient, learn about the research that correlates patient experience and satisfaction with workplace safety and efficiency, and identify the design elements that support patient motivation, experience, and satisfaction.
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Case Study
March 2017 Case Study
Learn about: how innovative design can be achieved at the same or similar cost, how design can result in a well-regarded community landmark, and how community-based care improves patient use and compliance with regimens.
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Case Study
March 2017 Case Study
Learn about: how facility design facilitates population health goals for a community health clinic, how pod-based layout promotes staff interaction, collaboration, and efficiency, and how the ‘group visit’ room supports patient engagement, education, and continuity of care.
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Case Study
March 2017 Case Study
Learn about: how talking rooms can complement consultation-based care, how workstation design can help balance a team-based care approach and staff retention efforts, and how design can maximize the accessibility to transportation and community amenities.
Tool
March 2017 Tool

Built environment strategies can help healthcare organizations and communities promote healthy living, reduce obesity, and prevent chronic disease. Given the increasing focus on community health and preventive medicine, it is important that healthcare organizations and the communities they serve incorporate built environment strategies that result in healthy behavior. With support from the Kresge Foundation, The Center for Health Design has developed a standardized Community Health Center Facility Evaluation tool that supports design for population health. The tool is intended to support both design and post-occupancy evaluation of built projects with respect to population health goals.

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Tool
March 2017 Tool

Built environment strategies can help healthcare organizations and communities promote healthy living, reduce obesity, and prevent chronic disease. Given the increasing focus on community health and preventive medicine, it is important that healthcare organizations and the communities they serve incorporate built environment strategies that result in healthy behavior. With support from the Kresge Foundation, The Center for Health Design has developed a standardized Community Health Center Facility Evaluation tool that supports design for population health. The tool is intended to support both design and post-occupancy evaluation of built projects with respect to population health goals.

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Webinar
February 2017 Webinar
This webinar explores: understand how LiVe Well was developed and implemented, identify specific design strategies and elements at Intermountain’s healthcare facilities that support wellness, hear how specific aspects of the program have had a positive impact on staff and patients, and identify the challenges and successes in implementing a wellness program.
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Tool
February 2017 Tool
These modules consist of Issue Briefs, Backgrounders, and Top Design Strategies, and were created as a supplement to the Safety Risk Assessment toolkit.
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Webinar
February 2017 Webinar
This webinar explores: become acquainted with the body of literature that addresses research and design regarding mental and behavioral health facilities, understand the nature of qualitative assessment tools associated with gathering data during the design process, cite 17 guidelines regarding the design of mental and behavioral health issues, and consider the core issues around the debate concerning private versus shared patient rooms and open versus closed nurse stations.
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Member Project
November 2016 Member Project
The goal of this project was to create a best-in-class patientcentered medical home model, while overcoming the challenges of rebranding and relocating the organization into a new location in renovated space.