Spec'd to Stay: High-Performance Healthcare Furniture & Fixture Trends to Monitor

Spec'd to Stay: High-Performance Healthcare Furniture & Fixture Trends to Monitor

The healthcare industry, entering a post-pandemic era, is prioritizing patient experience, infection control, and disease prevention in post-pandemic design. This shift in focus includes recognizing the importance of interior design in improving patient outcomes and well-being.

Amy Williams and Lyndsee Johnson shine their light on the newest healthcare design trends in the latest  Medical Construction & Design magazine. Trends such as increased use of high-performance materials, hospitality-inspired furniture and layouts, modular systems/flexible furniture, and programming for behavioral health. Design strategies are being implemented based on evidence-based approaches and innovative problem-solving. The goal is to enhance the overall patient experience while adhering to stricter design standards.

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