QUALITY OF CARE
It’s no longer enough for healthcare providers to alone deliver a positive patient outcome – they must also deliver a positive human experience.
One component of reform is the shift to link reimbursement with quality and patient satisfaction. It raises questions for providers about how to achieve high quality care with fewer resources. Some of the constraints facing providers today:
First, do no harm
Balancing Consumer Perception
Crafting a meaningful human experience
The world of healthcare is increasingly consumer-centric. With every market now saturated with choice, patients and their families expect the same from their healthcare. The decision may be ultimately driven by either budget, need, or desire but it is nonetheless a judgement made by the consumer.
We work with our clients to design the right solution at the right value all while delivering a space that is crafted with the user in mind!
In an era of increased emphasis on patient choice and satisfaction, several design elements can lessen the “dread factor” associated with Women’s imaging services. We discuss optimal scenarios for waiting areas, consult spaces, and circulation design.
Post-discharge infections are an increasingly expensive risk. Here we review architectural techniques to reduce the potential for HAI transmission through the design of hand hygiene stations, integral blinds, and virtual rounding.
The Englewood Hospital Breast Care Center provides a high level of convenience and personalized attention for women in need of breast diagnostic evaluations, imaging, and procedures.