There is no debate that exceptional physicians, nurses and state-of-the-art equipment are vital to high patient satisfaction scores, but many hospitals still fall short of their patient-centered goals. Why? This white paper explores the growing importance of creating a hospital environment that aligns with patients’ evolving expectations, as a result increasing positive patient outcomes and experiences.

Explore how Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Ill. and Providence Portland Medical Center in Portland, Ore. found a way to meet their remediation and restoration objectives in an active hospital environment without sacrificing patient satisfaction, significantly reducing patient risk and eliminating unsightly construction work.

Long gone are the days when maintenance teams can take the time to block off construction areas with thick plastic sheeting or take time to build walls from scratch to complete renovations. Projects need to be completed safer, faster and with as little disruption as possible to patient care and the 24/7 work hours. Innovations like temporary modular wall systems have changed how risk assessment teams view hospital construction and solve three major construction challenges:

  1. Creating or enhancing the patient-centered environment
  2. Reducing nosocomial infection risks
  3. Increasing labor productivity without a major influx in costs

Renovations: Maintaining a Patient-Centered Environment with Temporary Modular Wall Containment System

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