While healthcare construction projects haven't been delayed or canceled yet, providers are asking construction companies how they should rethink their projects and designs to minimize costs.
Providers are borrowing ideas from other industries to try to make life easier for consumers, which will be a boon for technology, construction and architecture firms.
Scripps Health has revealed its construction plan to update its five hospital campuses, the largest building project the San Diego-based health system has ever undertaken.
Kaiser recently opened its new 321-bed San Diego Medical Center, which has already achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design platinum certification and raises the bar for green hospitals in California.
The Massachusetts Association of Health Plans, a lobbying group that represents 17 health plans, has urged state regulators to reject a $1 billion expansion of Boston Children's Hospital.
Thursday's groundbreaking marks the last chapter in a long-running conflict pitting community activists against a hospital administration reluctant to take on the burdens of running a money-losing trauma center.
An Ohio hospital system sued West Virginia's health agency over its allegedly discriminatory certificate-of-need rules governing the construction and development of ambulatory care centers.
The opening of UC San Diego Health's new $943 million hospital later this year—the first new hospital in San Diego County completed since 2012—will bring cutting-edge technology for cancer treatment and other specialty care while also stirring up competition in the market.
“When we arrived there were tarps up to catch the honey before it fell through onto the floor and towels to catch where it was running down the walls and pooling.” She said the hive had gone unnoticed for up to five years. It’s thought warm summer weather melted some of the wax,...
The Cleveland Clinic's massive medical center in Abu Dhabi, a joint venture with the government of the United Arab Emirates, comprises 101 acres of floor space, roughly two-thirds the size of the Pentagon. But the project's magnitude is one of its strengths.
The 656-bed hospital, which opened last fall, was built with its own triple aim: Lean, green and high-tech. Hospital planners used Lean Six Sigma methodologies, including a pre-construction workflow analysis, to identify and create labor-saving design features, such as a layout that significantly...
Designers of the Swedish Edmonds (Wash.) Ambulatory Care Center harkened back to the history of its city, as well as looked forward to the newest elements of architecture and modern design to create a place so inviting it won this year's award for the most senior-friendly facility.