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From the Journal of Healthcare Contracting: The essential ingredients for success in healthcare construction

With 60% of health system C-suite leaders planning to increase their capital budgets compared to the previous year, understanding the essential ingredients for success in capital equipment planning become more important.  Here is a great article from the Journal of Healthcare Contracting and Premiere, Inc.

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Capital Equipment, Medical Planning

3 Challenges in the Non-Acute Supply Chain

Becker's Hospital Review posted a great article on the "Top 3 Obstacles Facing the Non-Acute Supply Chain".

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Budgeting, Capital Equipment, Medical Planning

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Humber River Hospital Achieves LEED Gold Certification

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Capital Equipment, Medical Planning

Take the time to read this excellent article from Scott Nolin at CBRE, published in Building Design + Construction - "The cost of activating a new facility"

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Capital Equipment, Medical Planning

New Attainia Brand Video

If the planning and management of capital equipment in hospitals and clinics represents a daily struggle for your organization, then take a look at this short video to find out more about Attainia, the industry leader in the development cloud based software used for just that - the planning and management of capital equipment in hospitals and clinics.

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Budgeting, Capital Equipment, Medical Planning

Here is a good article on the use of mock-ups as a way to demonstrate design beyond using paper or a computer screen

Imagine That | HCD Magazine http://www.healthcaredesignmagazine.com/trends/perspectives/imagine-that/

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Capital Equipment, Medical Planning

A Georgia Tech white paper examines the pros and cons of different delivery systems for ICUs

Here is an Interesting article from Building Design + Construction on a Georgia Tech white paper that examines different delivery systems for ICUs.

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Capital Equipment