The Yale-New Haven Health System and Yale School of Medicine established a Center for Musculoskeletal Care in Stamford, Connecticut. The center brings comprehensive musculoskeletal services into the community and enhances coordination throughout the multi-disciplinary facility. When there is more dialogue between providers, resources are used better, driving lower health care spend per patient. This session examines the impact of the design of a multi-disciplinary clinic on staff efficiency, communication between providers, value and quality of care, and the patient experience.
Establishing the importance and role design can play in driving a better patient experience.
Identifying the need for a highly collaborative, multi-disciplinary atmosphere that promotes efficiency and improved patient outcomes.
Developing and implementing brand standards across the ambulatory setting.
Aligning patient's needs with facility needs in a flexible environment including both private and provider based services.
Architect, Healthcare Planner,
Vice President Facilities, Design, Construction & Real Estate,
Yale New Haven Health