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1 “Any Patient, Any Room, Any Time” Presented by: Bao (Kelly) To Malek Bessaad October 9, 2007 Emergency Department Universal Room

2 Proposal Outline 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 2 Individual patient room Using effective lighting and colors Flexibility in adjusting room pressure Designating & allocating adequate storage space Non-movable, semi-movable, and movable fixtures Utilization of mobile specialization carts Patient-centered design Healthcare personnel-centered design Standardization of room layout Questions

3 Design Considerations 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 3 Individual patient room Using effective lighting and colors Flexibility in adjusting room pressure Designating & allocating adequate storage space Non-movable, semi-movable, and movable fixtures Utilization of mobile specialization carts Patient-centered design Healthcare personnel-centered design Standardization of room layout

4 Design Considerations: Individual Patient Rooms 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 4 Benefits: Increase patient privacy Increase patient satisfaction Noise reduction Rawlings, S. et al. Beyond the universal patient room.

5 Design Considerations 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 5 Individual patient room Using effective lighting and colors Flexibility in adjusting room pressure Designating & allocating adequate storage space Non-movable, semi-movable, and movable fixtures Utilization of mobile specialization carts Patient-centered design Healthcare personnel-centered design Standardization of room layout

6 Psychology of Colors 5/5/ Bessaad & To Design Considerations: Using Effective Lighting & Colors

7 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 7 Design Considerations: Using Effective Lighting & Colors Benefits: Physical and emotional Comfort Experience personalization Reduce or eliminate environmental stressors Provide positive distractions Decorative Lighting “Personal touch” Focal Lighting “Focus; high intensity” Ambient Lighting “Mood” Therapeutic environment: psycho-socially supportive

8 Design Considerations 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 8 Individual patient room Using effective lighting and colors Flexibility in adjusting room pressure Designating & allocating adequate storage space Non-movable, semi-movable, and movable fixtures Utilization of mobile specialization carts Patient-centered design Healthcare personnel-centered design Standardization of room layout

9 Positive PressureNegative Pressure 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 9 Design Considerations: Flexibility in Adjusting Room Pressure Ensure a clean processing environment and prevent contamination of the external environment. Air exhausts through floor-level vents. Double-wall steel models feature offset exhaust vents to minimize the chance of contaminants. Benefits: Reduce risk of airborne infection Disaster preparedness: pandemic flu Ensure staff and other patient safety

10 Design Considerations 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 10 Individual patient room Using effective lighting and colors Flexibility in adjusting room pressure Design & allocate adequate storage space Non-movable, semi-movable, and movable fixtures Utilization of mobile specialization carts Patient-centered design Healthcare personnel-centered design Standardization of room layout

11 Suture Cart 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 11 Design Considerations: Design & Allocate Adequate Storage Space Pyxis Medication System Gyno Cart Fluids Waukesha Memorial hospital Benefits: Reduce patient transfers Reduce nosocomial infections Reduce workload & stress on nurses Adaptable to different needs of varying diagnoses Mobile carts avoid overcrowding of space & reduction in stocked supplies

12 Design Considerations 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 12 Individual patient room Using effective lighting and colors Flexibility in adjusting room pressure Designating & allocating adequate storage space Non-movable, semi-movable, and movable fixtures Utilization of mobile specialization carts Patient-centered design Healthcare personnel-centered design Standardization of room layout

13 Tulane University Hospital Pavilions Project Community Hospital 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 13 Design Considerations: Patient-Centered Design Healthcare personnel-centered design Benefits: Promote effective process flow Conducive friendly working atmosphere Increase in patient safety and quality care Staff attraction and retention Patient satisfaction & retention

14 Design Considerations 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 14 Individual patient room Using effective lighting and colors Flexibility in adjusting room pressure Designating & allocating adequate storage space Non-movable, semi-movable, and movable fixtures Utilization of mobile specialization carts Patient-centered design Healthcare personnel-centered design Standardization of room layout

15 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 15 Design Considerations: Standardization of Room Layout Standardize Room dimension Placement of furniture Supplies & equipment storage Same orientation Benefits: Prevent staff confusion Reduce time spent on searching for supplies (esp. important during surge) Increase patient safety from reduction of inefficient work-flow induced errors

16 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 16 Individual patient room Using effective lighting and colors Flexibility in adjusting room pressure Designating & allocating adequate storage space Non-movable, semi-movable, and movable fixtures Utilization of mobile specialization carts Patient-centered design Healthcare personnel-centered design Standardization of room layout Universal Room Design “Any Patient, Any Room, Any Time” What’s so exciting about this particular universal room? Goals & Objectives 1.A room that can accommodate for varying diagnosis and promote quality healthcare 2.Architecture that is both sensitive to technological advances and industrial engineering optimization processes (ex: work-flow) 3.Creation of a therapeutic environment through interior design that utilizes lighting and colors

17 Questions ? 5/5/2015 Bessaad & To 17 Contact information: Bao (Kelly) To: Malek Bessaad:


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