Entries are being sought for the 2019 Generative Space Award, presented by The CARITAS Project. The annual award recognizes breakthrough designs that improve health and healthcare.
Projects should clearly demonstrate the integration of the physical and social environments to make the community “A Place to Flourish,” in addition to meeting the following criteria:
Improves the health and well-being of all
Improves the performance and effectiveness of the provider organization
Produces systemic and sustainable improvements over time
Improvements are measurable and demonstrate documented evidence substantiating these improvements
Fosters a breadth of improvement ranging from the unique experience of individuals to the establishment of communities that foster health, vitality and well-being
The range of eligible projects may include, but is not limited to, acute, primary or long-term care. A wide range of applicable provider types may include primary care and specialists such as mental health, dental and rehabilitation. The provider organization may be for-profit, nonprofit or government/military.