Health care trends focus on patient experience
Jean Sebben, ASID, LEED AP ID+C, AIA APPrincipal, Jean Sebben Associates LLC Health care is the constant interface of a caregiver and patient, for the engagement of detailed and sometimes stressful communication within the virtual or built environment. Health care is heavily dependent on transforming patient data in order to streamline processes and improve care.…
Jennifer HayesOctober 20, 2019
Considerations for operations during renovations
Amy Dvorak, Associate AIACommunications manager, Treanor HL Hospitals are complex. Renovating hospitals is even more complex. Take into consideration existing medical systems, heat loads and major utility shutoffs – not to mention the utmost priority that is patient care – in a dust-free, soundfree environment that seamlessly continues uninterrupted patient care. To do it well…
Jennifer HayesOctober 13, 2019
Health care facility trends to watch today
Here are some of the top health care facility trends that we are seeing today that you may want to consider to help your organization thrive in the years ahead.
CREJApril 15, 2019
Seitz joins CBRE’s Healthcare Capital Markets team
Shane Seitz joined CBRE’s Healthcare Capital Markets team as a senior vice president.
CREJApril 29, 2018
Medical office space booming as Denver market grows
While big-name companies are moving into the metro area to take advantage of the strong employment, concentration of skilled labor and its advanced transportation systems, the health care and wellness workforce continues to drive the region’s employment growth.
CREJApril 15, 2018
National Healthcare Development to bring MOB to Lone Tree
The new medical office building will comprise 80,000 square feet at the entrance of Sky Ridge Medical Center.
Jennifer HayesDecember 19, 2017
Electrical design considerations for today, tomorrow and the future
Whether designing a new building or modifying an existing structure, health care projects require in-depth knowledge and expertise to stay current with ever-changing modifications in building codes and health care standards.
CREJOctober 21, 2017