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Addressing challenges that face today's healthcare providers

2017 Issue 2

Technology Creates a Personalized Experience
for Patients,

Holograms allow health care clients and their architects an easier way to review, adjust, and approve mock-ups during the design process instead of seeing issues during construction; extensive real-time locating systems (RTLS) can keep track of operations and ensure patients meet their goals; and advanced endovascular suites with enlarged gallery viewing areas are enhancing teaching and learning opportunities.
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Auburn Memorial Hospital set out to solve its bariatric care dilemma. The purpose was to use an evidence-based approach to guide design recommendations that provide holistic care for the growing obese population. These recommendations cater to the physical, environmental, and financial context of the hospital, and their solutions can be applied elsewhere.
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Creating A Positive
First Impression

Lowly lobbies and stark, noisy waiting rooms are history. As healthcare organizations work to improve the patient experience, these spaces are evolving into destinations for education, engagement, and solace.
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While substantial changes are expected to occur in healthcare under the Trump administration, the central theme of value-based care is expected to continue gaining momentum in 2017. Intermedix asked 100 healthcare executives and financial leaders from hospitals around the country about their current priorities for 2017. Their responses point to three organizational focuses that will be prioritized in the coming year. 
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Dear Jon,
Spring is the season of renewal and a time for new opportunities. In this issue, we look at what hospital CFOs are prioritizing as they anticipate changes in direction from the Trump administration. We also review some of the latest research and new technologies that could help us improve how we deliver services to patients. Healthcare is ever-evolving, and we’ll do our best to help you keep up.

--Steve Lewallen, CEO

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