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    Steve Manning

    Steve Manning is a journalist based in Idaho. When he's not writing, he can usually be found at the theater or taking his dog on a hike. If he could only go to one restaurant for the rest of his life, it would be Al's Place in San Francisco.
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    Why a Doctor Changed His Career to Focus on Buildings

    The healthcare provider explains what the health of buildings has to do with the health of humans during a talk at HealthSpaces

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    Leveraging Data to Enhance Patient Care and Facilities

    The sheer volume of data produced by US hospitals is more than a little daunting. With over 200 IT systems on the clinical side alone, the typical hospital generates upwards of 50 petabytes of data per year. But that’s not to say the typical...

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    How Modular Construction Can Finally Deliver

    “The Future of Real Estate is Modular.” 

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    How to Create a Transformational Healthcare Real Estate & Facilities Team

    In 2019, Clayton Mitchell joined Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health in the midst of a period of great change. Through a series of mergers and consolidations beginning in 2014, Jefferson evolved from a health sciences university to a...

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    How Healthcare Real Estate & Facilities Leaders Are Tackling Today’s Challenges

    What lessons have healthcare leaders learned from the pandemic? What new challenges do they face, and how can they overcome those challenges? These questions formed the heart of HealthSpaces’ recent Town Hall event. Moderated by Renée Jacobs,...

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    Ditching the Drapes: Why Daylight and Views Matter in Healthcare

    As part of operational excellence, hospital administrators should leverage their physical space to drive positive outcomes for patients, enhance the overall patient experience, and attract/retain productive staff. 

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