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C-Suite Knowledge Sharing Across the Healthcare Design Industry

Posted by Guest Contributor on May 23, 2014

Each year, three hot topics affecting the feasibility, design and operation of Healthcare projects are brought to a broad group representing advisors, architects, administrators and operators. 

As.....READ MORE

Topics: healthcare design, knowledge sharing, Deloitte, Shane Williams, operational efficiencies, big data, hospital merger, cost reduction strategies

Trends in Development of Medical Office Buildings

Posted by Guest Contributor on Jun 04, 2013

Published by Healthcare Global, December 2013. The delivery of healthcare is evolving due to healthcare reform initiatives based on the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Nowhere is that more apparent.....READ MORE

Topics: design trends, planning, MOB, medical office building, architecture, healthcare design, ACA, Affordable care act, continuous improvement, healthcare, advisory services, hospital design, Shane Williams, array architects

Rehabilitation Hospitals Could be Well Positioned in Today's Accountable Care

Posted by Guest Contributor on Dec 12, 2012

Basic Tenet of Accountable Care

The term “Accountable Care Organization” (ACO) was first used by Elliott Fisher,Director of the Center for Health Policy Research at the Geisel School of Medicine.....READ MORE

Topics: architecture, healthcare design, ACA, Array, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, Healing Environment, Shane Williams, array architects

Designing a Flexible Chassis in a Healthcare Environment

Posted by Guest Contributor on Nov 28, 2012

Featured in Medical Construction + Design, June 2011 Just as an innovative automobile chassis defines the frame, engine and other essential systems for a vehicle, a medical center chassis.....READ MORE

Topics: planning, designchassis, architecture, healthcare design, Array, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, advisory services, hospital design, Shane Williams, array architects

The Affordable Care Act, Supreme Court and Trends in Healthcare

Posted by Guest Contributor on Nov 21, 2012

Impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the Recent USA Presidential Election

A common theme during the recent Summer Leadership Summit of the American College of Healthcare Architects and.....READ MORE

Topics: architecture, healthcare design, ACA, Affordable care act, Array, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, Shane Williams, array architects

Greater Efficiency and Savings Through Observation Unit Utilization

Posted by Guest Contributor on Sep 28, 2012

Recent studies in Health Affairs (1) and supported by the Advisory Board Company (2) express the efficiency of using observation units. These units can be more efficient for providing care to.....READ MORE

Topics: planning, architecture, ER, specialty architecture, healthcare design, ACA, Array, renovation, hospitals, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, advisory services, Shane Williams, array architects

The Universal Room and What it Means

Posted by Guest Contributor on Jun 18, 2012

The broad spectrum of hospital room types required for most Acute Care Hospitals can appear daunting. From rooms used specifically for surgical needs, pediatric, oncology, critical care,.....READ MORE

Topics: universal room, architecture, specialty architecture, healthcare design, interior design, ACA, Array, renovation, hospitals, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, hospital design, Shane Williams, array architects

The Benefits of Building New Facilities vs. Renovation

Posted by Guest Contributor on Jun 18, 2012

Ideally there would always be adequate land available on-site for expanding current facilities to accommodate additional capacity. When adjacent land is not available, we begin to look at.....READ MORE

Topics: architecture, healthcare design, interior design, Array, renovation, hospitals, exterior design, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, hospital design, Shane Williams, array architects

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