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Importance of Ambulatory Site Selection and Evaluation

Posted by Guest Contributor on Nov 29, 2016

As the healthcare landscape shifts, many providers are delivering care in innovative ways. With the goal of integrating into their patients daily lives, providers are also searching for new, conveniently-located facilities capable of accommodating a wide array of ambulatory services ranging from a simple exam, consultation or blood draw room to more complex procedures, including surgery and imaging. Procedural spaces may require significant adjustment to existing building infrastructure and incur substantial capital construction cost. Developing a rigorous site selection process provides a framework for data-driven decision-making.

There are various challenges in finding ambulatory care sites for your healthcare system's needs, which you should adress in your site selection process. In addition to addressing these challenges in my webinar, I share a case study in which my team and I developed an evaluation matrix with a multidisciplinary team including clinicians, administrators and real estate groups to drive the decision-making process.

Challenges Related to the Evaluation Process of Site SelectionTo learn more about the importance of ambulatory site selection and evaluation, please register using the button below.

Click to Register for the Ambulatory Site Selection Webinar

This blog post was written by Seena Hassouna, a former healthcare planner with Array.


Topics: real estate, Ambulatory Care

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