As the healthcare industry shifts from a pay for service model to a pay for performance model, the focus on a healing environment has entered center stage. Healthcare leaders know that successful treatment begins from the ground up, literally, beginning with the facilities in which people are seeking care.

Facilities are finding that by converting traditionally stark, clinical interiors into functional, aesthetic, and positive spaces, they can improve patient satisfaction, facilitate healing, enhance visitor comfort, and even increase employee productivity.

Emphasizing residential warmth, personalized patient rooms, proper proportions, infection control and bariatric care, today’s healthcare design revolves around the well-being of the patient.

Read the full story from Healthcare Design Magazine.