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February 9, 2017 The Future of Healthcare and the Construction Response Here it is: February 2017. We have a new President, a reinvigorated Congress and new Cabinet officers lining up for their roles in the administration. As I ...Keep Reading
By Mike Wood
December 16, 2016 Post-Election Healthcare Construction In my last blog post, I wrote about how regulations are changing the way we pay and build for healthcare. Now it's time to take another look, as we try to ...Keep Reading
By Mike Wood
September 15, 2016 Regulations Are Changing the Way We Pay and Build for Healthcare In my last post I outlined the shift in the delivery of healthcare to the decentralized model. There's another massive shift in healthcare, and it is the way ...Keep Reading
By Mike Wood
September 7, 2016 How an Earthquake in 1972 is Still Shaking Up Hospitals in California In 1971, a 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck Sylmar, California, severely damaging four hospital campuses, killing 47 and injuring more than 2,000. The $500 ...Keep Reading
By Oldcastle Building Solutions
September 1, 2016 How Outpatient Care Environments are Impacting Healthcare Construction Welcome to the second installment in my series of healthcare articles focusing on the changes in healthcare regulations and how they’re affecting the delivery ...Keep Reading
By Mike Wood
May 16, 2016 The Shift In Construction for Healthcare Since the Affordable Healthcare Act of 2010, the medical industry has changed significantly and this is changing how we build for the healthcare industry. In ...Keep Reading
By Mike Wood

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