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Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement

Posted by Jonathan Bykowski on Mar 07, 2014

I recently had an opportunity, for the second time, to attend the Society for Health Systems Process Improvement Conference. I was again inspired and awed by the significant impact that.....READ MORE

Topics: architecture, Adrian Hagerty, kaizen, Darryl Greene, lean, society for health systems, healthcare design, ACA, process improvement, Jonathan Bykowski, Karen Martin, continuous improvement, hospital design

How Can We Afford the Affordable Care Act?

Posted by Adrian Hagerty on Aug 15, 2013

The Oxford Dictionary defines the word “afford” as “the ability to do something without risk of adverse consequences.” It is that very element of risk that has caused many to pause as the impact.....READ MORE

Topics: Adrian Hagerty, healthcare design, ACA, Affordable care act, healthcare reform, continuous improvement, hospital design, array architects

Towards a New Healthcare Architecture – Part 3 of 3

Posted by Noah Tolson on Aug 08, 2012

In my first post, I focused on actions that healthcare organizations can take. In my second post, my focus expanded to include other stakeholders in the healthcare debate.In this post regarding.....READ MORE

Topics: architecture, Adrian Hagerty, healthcare design, ACA, Affordable care act, Array, hospitals, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, advisory services, Noah Tolson, array architects

Towards a New Healthcare Architecture – Part 2 of 3

Posted by Noah Tolson on Aug 06, 2012

In my previous post, I focused on actions that healthcare organizations can take. In this post, the focus widens to include other stakeholders in the healthcare debate:

Exceed Expectations:

As.....READ MORE

Topics: architecture, Adrian Hagerty, healthcare design, ACA, Affordable care act, Array, hospitals, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, advisory services, Noah Tolson, array architects

Towards a New Healthcare Architecture - Part 1 of 3

Posted by Noah Tolson on Aug 02, 2012

It has been just over a month since the Supreme Court deemed The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) constitutionally sound, and I recommend that we stop debating about whether it is.....READ MORE

Topics: architecture, Adrian Hagerty, healthcare design, ACA, Affordable care act, Array, hospitals, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, advisory services, Noah Tolson, array architects

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