ARCHITECTS and ENGINEERS

Designing Healthcare's New Front Door

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Once concentrated in a central hub, health care services are moving outward — into retail spaces, clinics, wellness centers, homes, schools and corporate spaces.

People are more likely to seek health care services if it is convenient, whether they live in rural, suburban or urban locations. By identifying underserved market segments, health care organizations are able to establish a front door to the system and direct patients to additional services as needed. 

Through this outmigration of care focused on convenience, providers are offering the promise of better service and better health for an increasingly diverse population. 

Read more in Health Facilities Management.

Topics: Healthcare