Co-designing with patients and using patient-centered performance improvement strategies to guide planning for health care spaces has elicited compelling outcomes. These spaces deliver timely, high quality, and potentially safer care. Process improvement co-designed by patients activates the potential for more innovative and resilient environment and care design solutions. This participatory approach also contributes to increases in patient and staff satisfaction, feelings of increased buy-in on planning decisions, and ownership of improvement outcomes.
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