Porcelanosa, The Center for Health Design and the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers has sponsored the launch of a new podcast. Healthcare Interior Design 2.0 is a podcast that explores the changing face of healthcare design through intimate conversations with leading creatives in the field and focuses on the innovation, challenges and solutions regarding healthcare design. The podcast is geared toward the designers, architects, developers and engineers who create tomorrow’s hospitals, healthcare spaces and senior living communities.
The podcast’s inaugural two episodes feature interviews with the president of the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers, Libby Laguta, and Ana Pinto-Alexander, the principal and group director for health interiors at HKS Architects.
Podcast host Cheryl Janis says, “It is an honor and a privilege to speak to some of the brightest minds and biggest hearts who are changing the future of healthcare design. Listeners love the healthcare history trivia questions unique to each episode, and one listener shared the interviews are like a Ph.D. in healthcare design.
Listeners of the podcast can contact email@example.com via email to provide feedback and ideas for the podcast, or to even become a guest on the show.
To listen to the podcast, visit www.healthcareidpodcast.com, or download it from iTunes or Stitcher.