All posts tagged “telemedicine”

Call for Case Studies: Telemedicine and the Future of Health Facilities Design

Telemedicine and the Future of Health Facilities Design, a Sprague Foundation-sponsored research project, is seeking case studies. The deadline to submit is May 31.

The research project seeks to determine how the progression of telemedicine has influenced architecture, health facilities design and the care delivery model. Read More …

Telemedicine Issue Brief Now Available

A new issue brief, “Virtual Care: Guidance for Healthcare Settings,” is now available. A result of a long-standing collaboration with the Facility Guidelines Institute and The Center for Health Design, the brief explores the origins and expanding use of telemedicine for virtual care, the Read More …

Paradigm Shift of Pandemic Proportions Guides Next-Gen Facilities

A few short months ago, it would have been hard to imagine a single event with as much impact as the COVID-19 pandemic. Without notice, businesses across every industry and geography were forced to adapt to an entirely new reality, and to do so quickly. Read More …

Virtual Panel Discussion Recap: Where Does Healthcare Go from Here?

In June, ZGF convened doctors, designers and healthcare experts for a virtual panel discussion about the impacts of COVID-19 on the future of healthcare.

The speakers—Dr. James Greenberg from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (Ohio), Zeke Triana from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (California) and ZGF’s Janet Pangman—tackled some of the toughest questions Read More …

TeleHealth Services, Banyan Virtual Nurse System Help Hospitals Respond to COVID-19

TeleHealth Services and Banyan Medical Systems have launched a new partnership to jointly provide audiovisual telenursing solutions at no cost to TeleHealth Services client hospitals for COVID-19 patients in furtherance of Banyan’s TAP4H program. Read More …

Surgical Facility Provides Services to Underserved Uganda Area

The Kyabirwa Surgical Facility in Uganda has recently opened. A a small building with a large purpose, the project was conceived with Mount Sinai Health Systems as a replicable prototype to bring surgery to underserved areas. Read More …

Humanizing Virtual Healthcare: Emerging Trends in Telemedicine Facilities

Thanks to its cost-savings potential, negation of distance and time, delivery of easier access to healthcare specialists and technical wizardry, telemedicine is being hailed by many as a revolutionary force. At the very least, telemedicine interactions — which can take the form of live video interface between patients and practitioners, Read More …

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