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In response to Covid-19, healthcare facilities have adopted new strategies and security measures to limit the spread of infection, while protecting people and property.
New vinyl sheet products — Interlaced™ Collection and Continual Woodgrains™ — expand company’s carbon neutral product portfolio.
Safety is imperative when designing healthcare facilities. Specifying the right materials for the floor is essential, yet can be overlooked for infection prevention.
Healthcare facilities designers have a leading role in creating safer spaces in a post-COVID-19 world. Here are five areas of focus to address when rethinking facility layout.
Across the U.S., 16 hospitals are recognized for campus initiatives in wellness and community engagement through trees.
Rosendin is aiding the coronavirus crisis response efforts to help communities care for sick patients by helping transition two mid-century buildings into temporary healthcare facilities in California.
Products donated to help healthcare facilities in their fight against COVID-19 include sensor faucets, soap dispensers, flush valves, sinks, and hand dryers.
The director of healthcare design at Chicago firm Skender shares advice based on her experience during the Ebola outbreak in 2014.
NYC- based real estate investment company Simone Health observes five factors shaping healthcare facilities construction in the United States.
Simone Health Development Companies shared three trends it has observed in healthcare affecting facility management, along with thoughts on mixed-use healthcare facilities.
New insights from ARC Document Solutions focuses on the role of facility management during emergency events and for CMS compliance.
Basic real estate and facilities management principles can provide healthcare facilities a point of certainty in uncertain times.
Spaces that have significant impact on patient satisfaction include waiting rooms, exam rooms, and infusion therapy spaces.
Five new white papers addressing some of the most important issues affecting the infrastructure of the nation’s healthcare facilities are available from the National Institute of Building Sciences’s Academy for Healthcare Infrastructure (AHI).
Three primary issues are linked in the minds of facilities professionals, and a change in behavior and more education are needed in order to change these perceptions.
Recently, NIOSH, OSHA, and The Joint Commission reminded healthcare facilities on safe practices for handling antineoplastic drugs.
In February 2011, National Office Furniture will provide a $25,000 Gift of Inspiration to a healthcare facility that registers on its website.
The Joint Commission provides 13 items healthcare facility staff members should practice.
This latest guide focuses on energy saving strategies for small healthcare facilities up to 90,000 square feet in size, including acute care facilities, outpatient surgery centers, critical access hospitals, and inpatient community hospitals.
Event Continues 20-year Tradition of Promoting Industry Innovation with 2007 Conference Line-UpHealthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo will hosts its 20th annual conference October 2-4,...