Aug 14, 2020
In part 2 of Cheryl’s conversation with Jennifer Aliber, Principal at Shepley Bulfinch, Cheryl asks Jennifer, “What specific design changes will we see in the hospital and healthcare setting?” Jennifer begins to answer this question with, “I like to think about anything I don’t like as a patient because I know if I hate it, other people will hate it. This gives us an opportunity to rethink things like standing in line.” Hear Jennifer’s complete answer to this question and so much more on the changing face of healthcare design on Part 2 of today’s episode. Learn more about Jennifer Aliber and Shepley Bulfinch by visiting https://shepleybulfinch.com/.
In Part 2 of Cheryl’s conversation with Jennifer Aliber, you will learn:
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