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Evidence-Based Design for Healthcare Facilities

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A short tutorial that explains the evidence-based design process for planning and building healthcare facilities -- hospitals, clinics, physician offices, nursing homes.

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Evidence-Based Design for Healthcare Facilities

  1. 1. What is Evidence-Based Design? A quick tutorial from Sara Marberry, EDAC
  2. 2. EDAC Study Guide 1 “Evidence-based design (EBD) is the process of basing decisions about the built environment on credible research to achieve the best possible outcomes.”
  3. 3. “For healthcare, the goal is to achieve the best possible outcomes for patients, families, and staff while improving the process of delivery.” EDAC Study Guide 1
  4. 4. EBD is not prescriptive. It’s a PROCESS.
  5. 5. 8-Step EBD Process 1. Define EBD goals & objectives 2. Find sources for relevant evidence 3. Critically interpret relevant evidence 4. Create & innovate EBD concepts 5. Develop a hypothesis 6. Collect baseline performance measures 7. Monitor implementation of design & construction 8. Measure post-occupancy performance results EDAC Study Guide 1
  6. 6. The EBD steps are not linear and are often repeated in the different phases of a project, including organizational readiness, pre-design, design, construction, and occupancy.
  7. 7. There’s also a 9th step… Share results.
  8. 8. Is there any research?
  9. 9. YES. More than 2,000 studies link the design of the physical environment of healthcare to outcomes.
  10. 10. Rigorous studies link the design of the physical environment to outcomes in 5 areas: 1. Reduce Patient Stress 2. Reduce Staff Stress 3. Improve Safety 4. Improve Quality 5. Increase Operational Efficiency
  11. 11. Where can I find the research? Go to www.healthdesign.org/ knowledge-repository
  12. 12. One more question… What does EDAC stand for?
  13. 13. Answer: Evidence-based Design Accreditation & Certification Go to www.healthdesign.org/edac to learn more
  14. 14. Contact sara@saramarberry.com blog: saramarberry.com linkedin.com/in/saramarberry twitter@SaraMarberry Healthcare design knowledge expert, marketing & business development consultant

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