Designing the Evidence-Based Hospital

How to Strengthen Inpatient Performance Through Facility Innovation

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About this Webconference

  • What do you really need to know about evidence-based design and the role of the built environment in improving the quality of care for patients and families within the hospital?
  • In which inpatient areas will evidence-based principles have the most impact for providers under new value-based delivery and payment models?
  • In what ways can hospitals, architects, and contractors work together to evaluate, prioritize, and apply design research in future infrastructure projects?

This presentation offers answers to these questions and more by examining the latest strategies to use evidence-based design to strengthen hospital performance. 

Ellen Taylor, the director of research at The Center for Health Design, and Advisory Board experts explore architectural principles in the inpatient space that improve clinical safety, patient-centered care, and staff effectiveness. By the end of the webconference, you’ll be well-versed in evidence-based design trends and concepts—and you'll know why they matter today.


Patrick Testa, MHSA, EDAC, Consultant for the Advisory Board's Facility Planning Forum

Ellen Taylor, AIA, MBA, EDAC, Director of Research at The Center for Health Design

Topics: Facilities, Planning, Strategy, Accountable Care, Market Trends, Performance Improvement, Evidence-Based Practice, Methodologies, Quality, Patient Experience, Safety, Productivity, Workforce