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Interior design. Mastering the master plan.
Health Facil Manage. 1995 Oct; 8(10):42, 44, 46-7.HF

Abstract

Reflecting on the results of the survey, this proposed interior design master planning process addresses the concerns and issues of both CEOs and facility managers in ways that focus on problem-solving strategies and methods. Use of the interior design master plan process further promotes the goals and outcomes expressed in the survey by both groups. These include enhanced facility image, the efficient selection of finishes and furnishings, continuity despite staff changes, and overall savings in both costs and time. The interior design master plan allows administrators and facility managers to anticipate changes resulting from the restructuring of health care delivery. The administrators and facility managers are then able to respond in ways that manage those changes in the flexible and cost-effective manner they are striving for. This framework permits staff members to concentrate their time and energy on the care of their patients--which is, after all, what it's all about.

Authors+Show Affiliations

Flad & Associates, Madison, WI, USA.

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10151971

Citation

Mesbah, C E.. "Interior Design. Mastering the Master Plan." Health Facilities Management, vol. 8, no. 10, 1995, pp. 42, 44, 46-7.
Mesbah CE. Interior design. Mastering the master plan. Health Facil Manage. 1995;8(10):42, 44, 46-7.
Mesbah, C. E. (1995). Interior design. Mastering the master plan. Health Facilities Management, 8(10), 42, 44, 46-7.
Mesbah CE. Interior Design. Mastering the Master Plan. Health Facil Manage. 1995;8(10):42, 44, 46-7. PubMed PMID: 10151971.
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