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    Power Players in Healthcare Design Face Obamacare

     perkins-Rush_IN_SH-063312_005-PW.jpgRush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. Photography by James Steinkamp.

     

    It’s official. Obamacare has arrived—and there’s no looking back. Architects and healthcare designers have already begun to encounter smaller budgets and shifting expectations. Fortunately, design can play a critical role as hospitals, outpatient facilities, and pharmacies evolve and adapt. Leading the charge will be designers who help to invent new models for the delivery of affordable care. Here, three leaders from design giants in the field share perspectives on the future of healthcare.

     

    hdr-thumb.jpg Power Player: HDR
    perkins-thumb.jpg Power Player: Perkins+Will
    zgf-thumb.jpg Power Player: ZGF Architects

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