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De-risking, distribution and development key for future healthcare delivery and infrastructure

The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare the inadequacies of current healthcare capacity and delivery models. They have created a compelling case for urgent global investment and innovation in new and upgraded models of healthcare delivery to deal with massive surges in demand.

Our latest Briefing Note supports decision making that our healthcare clients are undertaking as they re-examine how healthcare can be planned, implemented and delivered to incorporate solutions to the complex challenges identified in the COVID-19 experience.

We identify three key focus areas: distributing care over digital and physical realms; designing facilities to function with demand elasticity and multipurpose use; and developing senior care and living solutions in a continuum of care that protects one of our most vulnerable –and fastest growing– population segments.

Prepared by BTY experts in collaboration with leading healthcare designers and planners, the Briefing Note highlights innovation across these focus areas. The top four takeaways from our analysis include:

    • • The integration of physical and virtual realms (telemedicine, remote-monitoring, mobile-testing, AI, etc.) makes the delivery of healthcare services faster, safer and more efficient while improving understanding of, and response to pandemics.

    • • Infection Prevention/Control has become a key design imperative, not only in healthcare but also every building type, including factories and processing plants, and almost every other kind of facility.

    • • Healthcare facilities should be envisioned and designed as flexible multipurpose facilities that can expand and contract with changes in demand.

    • • Infrastructure investment in Senior Care is crucial and holds opportunities for public and private sectors to partner in developing sustainable solutions.

Click here to download the Briefing Note.