Name
Architecture/Design Track: Trends in Non-acute Care Construction and Design
Date & Time
Monday, June 3, 2024, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Description

When it comes to non-acute care design, thoughtful design contributes significantly to improved patient outcomes and experiences. To improve on this patient experience, it is critical to

understand trends within non-acute design and construction. Trends relating to inpatient versus outpatient care, repurposing dedicated spaces, and modular planning all play a role in patient perception.

In this session, join acute care construction thought leaders as they explore the benefit to getting in front of trends and discuss stories of successful implementation.

Learning Objectives:

1. Outline what the non-acute sector faces with the growing demand due to shifts in care. As more individuals require post-acute care, facilities must adapt to accommodate their needs.

2. Discover what the non-acute sector concerns are due growing demand due to an aging population. As more individuals require post-acute care, facilities must adapt to accommodate their needs.

3. Learn why non-acute providers are under pressure to integrate services that span the entire care continuum. This includes seamless transitions from acute care settings to post-acute facilities.

4. Investigate trends that underscore the importance of flexibility, innovation, and integration in non-acute care design.