The U.S. suffers from a stark divide in healthcare access. Those who live in middle- and high-income communities have access to efficient, integrated healthcare facilities, while those in low-income areas often have sparse geographic access to hospitals, particularly for emergency care. Care providers, facility managers and architects can and should create a top-quality care environment for healthcare in chronically underserved communities. Read the full article by Kirk Rose in the November/December 2015 issue of Medical Design and Construction Magazine.
Closing the Quality Care Gap
Medical Design and Construction Magazine
December 10, 2015