Change in clinical labs in hospitals
In response to accelerating changes in the healthcare field, designers and clients have devoted a great deal of attention to creating flexible designs and furnishings in hospital-based clinical labs. Even so, the hypothesis that hospital labs require a high degree of flexibility has been essentially untested. In response, faculty from Clemson University, with support from the Coalition for Health Environments Research (CHER), embarked on a study to confirm or negate this claim (Battisto & Allison, 2003). An overview of the study is presented in the next section followed by design implications from research findings.
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