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If you've been keeping up with the news, you probably heard in the last week that Prince William left the Royal Air Force, a Van Gogh that everybody thought was fake turned out to be real, and healthcare inflation in the U.S. has slowed to a 50-year record low.

What about healthcare design?

Here's a digest of some of the things I posted this week:

  1. Design for the next healthcare:  Taking a page from the banking industry's playbook.  Latest whitepaper from BSA.
  2. Technology:  Smart watches are here.  mHealth, according to healthcare management expert Edmond Banayan is morphing into Smart mHealth.
  3. Hospital safety:  My last blog post on what we can learn from cars.
  4. Sustainable hospital design:  Is it too costly? No, say experts at Perkins+Will, who recently completed a study.
  5. Health effects of street scale elements:  Interesting study by University of Houston researchers on the effects of the street scape on health.
  6. Assisted living:  Post by Long Term Living's Senior Editor Lois Bowers that pushes back on the PBS documentary, "Living and Dying in Assisted Living" that aired in July.
  7. Disruption in healthcare:  Post by Forbes Contributor Dan Munro that claims our healthcare system isn't broken and real change will be hard to please as long as the "whales" are having fun.

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What's my story? I'm a healthcare and senior living design knowledge expert who writes and speaks frequently about trends and issues affecting these two industries. I'm also a strategic marketing consultant and content creator, working with companies and organizations who want to improve the quality of healthcare and senior living through the design of the physical environment. You can reach me at sara@saramarberry.com.

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