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Applying Evidence-Based Design to Achieve Ultimate Success on Your Next Project

November 30, 2023      By Jennifer Youssef, Jessica Whitlock, Victoria Villarreal

Tags: Healthcare

A quality care environment for patients and employees can help medical facilities stay at the top of patient satisfaction surveys and reach quality and safety goals. These goals are foundational in evidence-based design (EBD).

In the ever-evolving landscape of the architecture/engineering/construction (A/E/C) industry, EBD is the cornerstone of innovation and functionality in healthcare design. The fusion of research, expert knowledge, and real-world data empowers professionals to create spaces that not only captivate the eye but enhance the lives of those who inhabit them.

Download our e-book focused on applying evidence-based design to your next project to achieve ultimate success. This comprehensive resource explores the crucial role EBD plays in reshaping the innovation and functionality of healthcare design.

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