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09 E D I T O R I A L The work healthcare designers
do to support wayfinding paves the way for ongoing operational efforts. BY JENNIFER KOVACS
10 S H O W T A L K A lot of effort and dedication
goes into creating the Healthcare Design conference. BY KEVIN GAFFNEY
12 P H O T O T O U R Dell Seton Medical Center
at The University of Texas, opened June 2017.
SHRINERS FOR CHILDREN MEDICAL CENTER
opened a three-story, 74,800-square-foot outpatient facility in Pasadena, Calif., in June 2017.
Designed by CO Architects, SRG Partnership,
and Rios Clementi Hale Studios, the facility
houses operating rooms, clinical services, and
33 T E C H N O L O G Y S Y S T E M U P G R A D E Seven
telehealth technologies are changing how care
is delivered in hospitals, and designers should
take note. BY STEVEN JUETT AND DARREN VICAN
36 I N T E R I O R S S I M P L I F Y I N G S U P E R -
To make the most of these wow
factors, it's important to understand the printing methods, materials, and costs that must be
managed. BY CAROLYN FLEETWOOD BLAKE
39 P R O D U C T S P O T L I G H T A R T W O R K
17 M A I N A T T R A C T I O N Nexus Health Care
consolidates a women's healthcare clinic, a
clinic for homeless patients, and new medical and nonmedical services in Toledo, Ohio.
BY HILARY DANINHIRSCH
20 F I R S T L O O K The Heart Hospital Baylor
McKinney will be completed in March 2019.
41 T H E C E N T E R The Center's Safety Risk
Assessment tool is designed to help users identify hazards and mitigate risk within healthcare
environments. BY ELLEN TAYLOR
56 F A C E T I M E Scott Lindvall, vice president,
healthcare principal, HGA, Milwaukee. BY ANNE
44 Corporate Profiles
HOW TO SOLVE PEDIATRIC STORAGE CHALLENGES
More equipment-and in multiple sizes-is
needed to care for young patients and their families during a hospital stay. Here are tips on how
to identify needs and design appropriate solutions. BY KATIE FRICKE
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