Posted by Yvonne on 29.10.2009


We came across this article in Health Facilities Digital Management Magazine which is quite interesting as it is what we do at ID/Lab. Looking at possible patient flows, before a building like a hospital is being build.

By observing how a patient flows through a hospital, architects can design a modern health care environment that eliminates wasted time, reduces operational costs and ultimately leads to less mistakes, back-flows and waiting. The key is to understand the current process flows prior to design, analyse these flows and create the ideal future state flows, adjacencies and spaces that provide the best functionality for each process, department or organisation.

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