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Accommodating Community & Hospital Needs System-Wide, Part 2

Posted by Jason Lee on Nov 04, 2015

Large healthcare organizations that are actively merging with and/or acquiring facilities, as well as building new ground-up facilities for better healthcare offerings, need to consider overall..

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Topics: facility planning, healthcare design, master planning, adaptability, design approach

Accommodating Community & Hospital Needs System-Wide, Part 1

Posted by Jason Lee on Sep 10, 2015

As healthcare systems continue to expand and evolve, a new challenge has emerged. Facilities, whether newly built or newly acquired, are bringing additional resources into the system. These new..

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Topics: facility planning, healthcare design, master planning, adaptability

Virtual Reality in Architecture

Posted by Guest Contributor on Sep 02, 2015

The impact technology has on society is blatant and prevalent. From the first computer to wearable tech, society has evolved alongside technological advancements. The way people interact with..

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Topics: technology, adaptability

Henry J. Carter - A Case Study in Project Cost and Schedule

Posted by Marsha Whitt on Aug 25, 2015

For more information about the Henry J. Carter project, see an extended interview and feature by Jenny Ivy of Healthcare Construction + Operations

On July 2, 2010, New York City Mayor, Michael.....READ MORE

Topics: Array, continuous improvement, cost reduction strategies, collocation, adaptability, array architects

One Health System's Adaptability

Posted by Guest Contributor on Jun 02, 2015

Featured in Health Facilities Management, March 2014

More than 15 years ago, a new healthcare organization sprung from a growing outmigration from Trenton, NJ, into its suburbs and three hospitals.....READ MORE

Topics: capital health, continuous improvement, adaptability

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