The future of healthcare is focused on creating the safe, healing environments patients require for exceptional care – and the technology that enables those healing environments to exist in the first place.
At the Johnson Controls booth, our healthcare building experts met with facility managers, design and construction teams to discuss designing a better experience through:
McCarthy sponsored the 2017 AIA Academy of Architecture for Health Planning Design and Construction Student Challenge at the ASHE PDC Summit in Orlando, where students from across the country brought innovative ideas for the future of healthcare planning design. Akshay Sangolli, Committee Chair of AIA/AAH PDC Student Challenge, explained why the event is valuable to students and the healthcare design industry:
“The PDC Student Challenge is a terrific opportunity for holistic learning. It engages students, faculty and professionals in a manner that stimulates critical inquiry, creative ideas and multi-disciplinary interaction. One year at a time, it is structuring the ‘healthcare design’ industry for a better future.”
During an ASHE-moderated session, Renee Jacobs, an Enterprise Account Executive, discussed the value of ASHE’s Energy to Care program sponsored by Johnson Controls.
Through the program: