If You Build It, They Will Care

Designing Empathetic Spaces and Objects 
for the Future of Caregiving “There is no doubt whatever about the influence of architecture and structure upon human character and action. We make our buildings, and afterwards they make us. They regulate the course of our lives.” —Winston Churchill, addressing the English Architectural Association, 1924 “It doesn’t
 make you…

5 Assumptions about Patient Centricity that are Leading you Astray

Those who have been paying close attention to developing trends in healthcare have undoubtedly heard of “patient centricity.” Though not without skepticism and ambiguity, the term has become a key focus and a driving ambition for articulating the future of healthcare as both an intellectual and actionable agenda. Intellectually, patient centricity is approached as a philosophy…