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  • Futureward
    CICC GIM Symposium
    April 8, 2001
    Advanced Communication Technologies for Medicine
    and How to Design The Spaces that Fit Them
    Patrick Spear, M.Arch, BScH
    All Content Copyrighted Patrick Spear 2009-2011
  • Bachelors Cognitive Science
    • Computer Science + Psychology
    • Human- Computer Interfaces
    • Graphic Design
    Masters of Architecture
    • Interactive Architecture
    • Medical Architecture
  • Healthcare Architecture Firm
    • Based in Toronto
    • International Clientbase
    • Specializing in Patient-Centered Design
    Futureward Project
    • Extension of Masters Thesis
    • Project Lead
  • Part 1 – Why projects like this are important
    THE NEED FOR RADICAL DESIGN
    Part 2 – How projects like this should be done
    THE RELATIONSHIP OF INFORMATION + SPACE
    Part 3 – What we’ve come up with
    FUTUREWARD’S CARE CORE
  • Technology, summarized.
  • What 100 years of progress looks like.
  • Medical Industry
    Most Industries
    Uh oh.
    “I guess I’ll have to take this back”
  • Better Outcomes
    Happier Staff
    Greater Efficiency
    Capability of Technology
    Time
  • Part 1 – Why projects like this are important
    THE NEED FOR RADICAL DESIGN
    Part 2 – How projects like this should be done
    THE RELATIONSHIP OF INFORMATION + SPACE
  • Information Plane
    Intangible | Ephemeral
    Simple to change | Instantaneous to traverse
    Physical Plane
    Tangible | Permanent
    Difficult to change | Difficult to traverse
  • Information Plane
    Physical Plane
  • Information Plane
    Content
    Medical Records
    Diagnostic Imaging
    Scheduling
    Interprofessional Comms
    Notifications
    Database Architecture
    Graphic Design
    Interface Design
    Devices
    Life Systems
    Patient’s Devices
    Tablets
    Wallscreens
    Imaging Machines
    Hardware Research
    Industrial Design
    People
    Doctors
    Nurses
    Patients
    Family
    Medical Training
    Cognitive Psychology
    Faimly Needs Research
    Evidence Based Design
    Spaces
    Patient Rooms
    Ward Layout
    Storage
    Nursing Stations
    Architecture
    Engineering
    Functional Planning
    Systems Manufacturers
    Physical Plane
  • Close, but no.
  • Better precedents for medical buildings.
  • Information Plane
    Content
    Medical Records
    Diagnostic Imaging
    Scheduling
    Interprofessional Comms
    Notifications
    Database Architecture
    Graphic Design
    Interface Design
    Devices
    Life Systems
    Patient’s Devices
    Tablets
    Wallscreens
    Imaging Machines
    Hardware Research
    Industrial Design
    People
    Doctors
    Nurses
    Patients
    Family
    Medical Training
    Cognitive Psychology
    Faimly Needs Research
    Evidence Based Design
    Spaces
    Patient Rooms
    Ward Layout
    Storage
    Nursing Stations
    Architecture
    Engineering
    Functional Planning
    Systems Manufacturers
    Physical Plane
  • Because medical work is so dependent on both information and space,
    No project that seeks to explore the promise of new medical technology can afford to ignore the spaces in which those technologies will work
  • Part 2 – How projects like this should be done
    THE RELATIONSHIP OF INFORMATION + SPACE
    Part 3 – What we’ve come up with
    FUTUREWARD’S CARE CORE
  • Primary Qualitative Research (Interviews)
    Research into Technology Trends
    • Physicians
    • Allied Health Workers
    • Patients
    • Family Members
    • Functional Planners
    • Architects
    • Prototypes available in 2-3 years
    • Available for mass production in 7-8 years
    • Commonplace in 20 years
    Patient Room Design
  • Semi-Private Balcony
    Patient Room
    Medical
    Patient / Visitation
    Entrance
    Charting
  • Patient Room
  • Care Core
  • Wallscreens
  • CRT
    OLED
    LCD
  • Environment Extension
    Information Display
    Contamination Highlighting
    Remote Visitation
    Patient Education
  • Shell Walls
  • Wallscreen
    Partition
    Storage
    Equipment
    Furniture
  • 3D Printers
  • RepRap
  • Robotic Delivery Systems
  • Findings from the Procedure Cart Project
    It can take a practitioner an hour to find the materials for a 20 minute procedure.
    Humans are bad at the mechanical task of keeping centralized resources stocked
    Infection control issues arise with centralized resources.
  • Integrated Nursing Stations
  • Increase in usable space
    Large reduction in shared surfaces
  • Electronic ICU
  • Life-System Equipped Bed
  • Large part of patient’s despair
    is caused by a loss of locus of control
  • Pulled out during emergency
    Facing wall for remote visitation
    Standard configuration
    Moved towards window
  • AI Environment Monitoring
  • Camera
    A Smart Computer
    • Detect People and Their Motions
    • Understand Context
  • 5-6 Years
    ALREADY DONE!
  • Kinect
  • Watson
  • $200 Computing Power
    2010
    $200 Computing Power
    2030
  • Kinect being used at Sunnybrook Hospital
    to allow surgeons to operate computers without breaking chain of contamination
  • Total Lack of a Conclusion™
  • Questions?
    Project website: futureward.org
    Email me about Futureward: pfs@pfspear.net
    All Content Copyrighted Patrick Spear 2011