The healthcare design industry is on the front lines of battling the COVID-19 pandemic, collaborating with hospitals and health systems to implement numerous built environment solutions to support the ongoing patient surge. To better understand where we stand as an industry, as well as the realities of what providers across the nation and world are facing, Healthcare Design magazine brought together a panel of healthcare leaders from global design firms to share the challenges that exist today, how their firms are responding, and the best practices that are emerging.

This webinar explores solutions being implemented to support testing and triage via temporary structures, conversions of existing healthcare spaces to accommodate ICU isolation care, and how alternative care sites from hotels to convention centers are being reimagined as COVID-19 treatment facilities.

The panel includes: Hank Adams, senior vice president, global director of healthcare, HDR; Jeffrey C. Stouffer, executive vice president, global director, HKS; Jocelyn Stroupe, director of healthcare interiors, CannonDesign; and Joshua Theodore, vice president, global health, Leo A Daly. The conversation is moderated by HCD Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Kovacs Silvis.

To access an on-demand recording of the webinar, please go here.