Master The Complexities of Healthcare Construction
There are few building types as complex as healthcare facilities. These require highly experienced professionals who are educated in the nuances of delivering projects that achieve optimal patient outcomes. While also coming in on time and on budget.
Healthcare Design provides editorial content that digs into the latest trends and helps industry members navigate the challenging healthcare construction landscape. Recent healthcare projects will provide a backdrop for the latest advancements in team-building processes and delivery methods, including integrated-project delivery, design-build, and design-bid-build, among others, as well as the increased use of technology, such as 3-D tools and building information modeling, in the construction process.
Project teams share an inside look at lessons learned through their work, offering insight on how to build a clinic or hospital, reduce waste to create more sustainable buildings, and streamline projects to shorten schedule and increase value. Industry voices include professionals from Turner Construction, Skanksa, McCarthy Building Cos., and more.
Healthcare Engineering for the Future
The demands of modern care delivery require buildings to be engineered to support today’s practices and anticipate future needs. Healthcare Design details the latest trends in providing the infrastructure to support the growing use of technology in medicine, including in imaging environments, the ICU, and surgery settings, as well as the systems necessary for staff such as electronic medical records and telehealth.
Additionally, Healthcare Design’s team of writers delivers content that captures solutions to answer providers’ growing needs for better hospital acoustics to improve patient satisfaction as well as healthcare engineering that supports sustainable design initiatives—all details necessary in understanding how to build a clinic or hospital.