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Articles from Healthcare Design (November 1, 2014)

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3 Design fixes to help integrate behavioral, medical care. Hunt, James M. 393
A proactive approach to planning: the Built Environment Network is creating a facility planning roadmap that anticipates providers' needs rather than reacting to them. Levin, Debra 615
A room of one's own: evidence mounts in the case for private patient rooms, for even the youngest occupants. Zeit, Kristin D. 446
Are team rooms provoking doctors' ire? DiNardo, Anne 357
Breaking through the sustainability clutter. DiNardo, Anne 364
Children's Hospital of Richmond Pavilion: Richmond, Virginia. 283
Cincinnati Children's Family Pet Center: Cincinnati, Illinois. 263
Civic pride: Eskenazi Health uses a modern, clean, and sustainable design to support the mind, body, and soul of its community. DiNardo, Anne 2753
Crystal ball. Silvis, Jennifer Kovacs 679
Curves ahead: from adaptable structural supports to flexible layouts to reconfigurable interiors, healthcare facilities of today are being planned to anticipate the next turn the industry might take. Horwitz-Bennett, Barbara 1358
Emergency response. DiNardo, Anne 379
GHESKIO Cholera Treatment Center: Port-au-Prince, Haiti. 376
High stakes: the patient room is home away from home and, increasingly, where all the action happens--providing countless reasons to make sure the design is right. Silvis, Jennifer Kovacs 2562
Lancaster General Health Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute: Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 250
Legacy ER--Allen: Allen, Texas. 413
Lightwell--Greater Boston Orthodontics: Waltham, Massachusetts. 411
Member benefit: the new 620 Fulton mixed-use development in Brooklyn, N.Y., creates a health center for hotel labor union members, right in the heart of the borough's burgeoning cultural district. Silvis, Jennifer Kovacs 364
Mount Sinai Leon and Norma Hess Center for Science and Medicine: New York, New York. 351
New neighborhood. 490
Optimized for efficiency: to solve a disjointed workflow, NEA Baptist relocated to a new site where its acute care hospital, clinics, cancer center, and more than 1,200 employees could be consolidated. Dombrowski, Margie Monin 1645
Planting with purpose: a half-million-dollar grant funds a new medical center garden with the express goal of studying nature's effect on healing. Beresford, Larry 1329
Reworking the workspace: recent shifts in care delivery models are inspiring the need to rethink workspaces of old to support more collaborative, team-based approaches. Mazzi, Angela; Schmidt, Erin 1139
Rush University Medical Center New Hospital Tower: Chicago, Illinois. 345
Second home: after 112 years in operation, St. Anthony Hospital in Pendleton, Ore., is enjoying a new location and all the modern conveniences that come with it. Dombrowski, Margie Monin 1650
The 2014 AIA/AAH Healthcare Design Awards jury. 1210
The 2014 AIA/AAH Healthcare Design Awards. 626
The ABCs of building product transparency. DiNardo, Anne 513
The next step of healthcare reform: the Hospital-Acquired Conditions Reduction Program, mandated by the Affordable Care Act, became effective in October, and it's important for designers to understand the built environment's role in helping providers answer this next reform challenge. Malone, Eileen B.; Taylor, Ellen 1735
What's next? Silvis, Jennifer Kovacs Interview 1125

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