Much about healthcare and the way it’s delivered has changed over the last 30 years. While we may recognize the need for change, we must, at the same time, plan for the future of healthcare facilities. Growth and change are inevitable. So this anticipated change demands flexibility.
While we know we can never predict the future, we understand the need to create spaces that enable ways of healing that are flexible, and anticipate growth and change over time. This is not only to achieve caregiver’s efficiency, but to manage the experience of patients and partners in care.
Our goals are not unattainable. Or outlandish. They are to improve on the intangibles. To improve the delivery of care. And at the heart of all of this, to promote healing and help patients get better faster.