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How 10 forces are Continuing to Change Health Care Design

By A. Ray Pentecost III, DrPH, FAIA, FACHA, 2013 President of the International Academy for Design and Health and Peter L. Bardwell, FAIA, FACHA, 2013 President of the American College of Healthcare Architects. 

This presentation builds upon an article featured in Health Facilities Magazine, and listed by ASHE as one of the most accessed articles in its various publications for 2011.

How 10 forces are Continuing to Change Health Care Design

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“Planning & Design Strategies for the Hospital of the Future” (ACHE, VHA-TV)
by Don McKahan, AIA, FACHA and Joan Saba, AIA, FACHA

This ACHA educational program was presented to the American College of Healthcare Executives on VHA-TV, Sept 27, 2006. The program explores and explains the newest trends in health facility planning and design. ACHA healthcare architects, Joan Saba, AIA, FACHA and Don McKahan , AIA, FACHA, take you on a “virtual tour” of innovative hospitals employing the latest ideas in evidence-based design, advanced departmental planning, and new design concepts to create a more efficient and hospitable-hospital. For more information on this presentation, contact the ACHA Executive Office at acha-info@kellencompany.com.

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​​Emerging Trend​s & Successful Strategies for the Planning & Design of Healthcare Facilities
by Don McKahan, Frank Pitts, Joan Saba, D. Kirk Hamilton, Morris Stein and Bill Rostenberg

ACHE 2006 April 2006

This ACHA Seminar was presented at the 2006 Congress of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). The presentation covers: Strategic Lessons Learned from Groundbreaking Hospitals; Evidence Based Design for Healthcare Facilities; Trends in Imaging impacting Health Facility Planning. This is a 3-part, PDF copy of the original slide presentation.​

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