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Webinar
August 2013 Webinar
How can facilities be planned and designed for the future while maintaining flexibility for evolving demographics and changes in healthcare delivery? What is the impact on the built environment? Learn what members of The Center for Health Design’s Built Environment Network are looking for when considering potential industry partners. They discuss their frustrations and what they see as current shortcomings. They are looking to find the best and brightest in the industry who can help them innovate and develop the healthcare platform of the future.
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Design Strategies
September 2015 Design Strategies
Overview

While discussion of facility design and healthcare reform often focuses on the patient experience of noise and cleanliness as measured by the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey, design is also a factor in reform-based outcome targets.  

 

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Lessons Learned
September 2015 Lessons Learned

The following are compiled from research literature, case studies, interviews, and other materials to provide an overview on the topic of healthcare reform.  

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Interview
January 2015 Interview

Learn about: the importance of articulating  investment decisions in the context of a return on investment, the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services' pay-for-performance targets and opportunities to improve facilities as a result of the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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Interview
March 2015 Interview

Learn about: how patient rooms can flex to meet treatment requirements and increase capacity, why caregivers must work side by side with architects and designers and how a redesign of processes and staff work habits allows for an increase in efficiency.

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Interview
January 2015 Interview

Learn about: the ways facilities can maximize reimbursements in light of healthcare reform mandates, the important work architects and designers can do to help with the implications of the Affordable Care Act and tools and resources that are available to help understand the connection between design and outcomes.