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McCarthy Breaks Ground on $150M Expansion at Oklahoma Heart Hospital

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. has broken ground on a $150-million expansion of Oklahoma Heart Hospital’s south campus in Oklahoma City. The project includes the addition of a six-story, 228,338-square-foot Mercy hospital tower on the campus’ west side. Read More …

Enhancing Healthcare Planning Through Virtual Reality

Healthcare facility planning is changing as virtual reality enables clients, users and owners to step into the planning process as never before. High-tech buzzwords – Revit, cloud, mobile apps, augmented reality and virtual reality – are becoming the transformative tools of the trade. Over the past few years, Read More …

ECRI Institute Preps Hospital Leaders on Top 10 Technology Issues to Watch in 2017

​PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. – The new and emerging healthcare innovations of 2017 come with a lot of promises. And, just like every other year, hospital leaders must remain vigilant about what to bring into their hospitals—and what to keep out. However, separating the facts from the hype isn’t easily done alone. ECRI Institute Read More …

Stantec Taps Massoud Safaee as ICT Principal

Stantec has hired Massoud Safaee as a principal in its Buildings Group’s Information and Communication Technology practice. He brings to the firm more than 23 years of professional experience encompassing all aspects of project delivery, from strategic planning and programming through design and construction. Read More …

UL Introduces Product Sustainability Information Tool

MARIETTA, Ga. – UL recently introduced SPOT, a web-based product sustainability information tool that will facilitate the selection of credible green products and enable the design community to apply that information into the building information modeling workflow. Featuring more than 40,000 products, SPOT database will be a first of its kind tool for architects, designers and specifiers to identify products by sustainable attributes, MasterFormat product codes and building rating system credits such as LEED v4 and the WELL Building Standard. To enhance the mobile experience, UL’s SPOT app is available from the Apple App Store and Google Play. Read More …

Designing a (Cyber) Secure Healthcare Environment

Most everyone would agree that the biggest cybersecurity risk for healthcare is within the digital world of information security, with the storage of patient information and the transmission of patient records. These networks must have security measures in place to detect anomalies and malicious users, and to control the flow of data to keep it safe. Read More …

EWINGCOLE Adds Director of Healthcare Science and Technology to New York Office

NEW YORK , N.Y. – John Soraci, AIA, has recently joined EwingCole as the New York director of healthcare science and technology. Soraci has 30 years of professional experience leading the planning and project management of major healthcare, science, education and corporate real estate client assets in the New York City metro area. Read More …

Mazzetti, GBA Merger Unites Leaders in Healthcare Engineering and Technology Consulting

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Mazzetti Inc. and Gene Burton & Associates have merged. The merged company will retain the Mazzetti Inc. name and the combined brand will be known as Mazzetti GBA. Read More …

ECRI Reveals Top 10 Technological Advances to Watch in 2016

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. –Hospital leaders demand that new technologies and care processes bring higher value, better outcomes and lower costs to their organizations. To help them sift through the latest healthcare innovations Read More …

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