As the information age has given way to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the healthcare industry is positioned to reap some of the largest and most meaningful benefits these advances in technology have to offer.
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It is with a heavy heart that we acknowledge the passing of Michael Woodburn, Associate Vice President and Medical Equipment Planner with One-EQ.
Interview with OneEQ Senior Vice President Debbie Cameron RN, CLGB and Associate Jennifer Patel RN, CLGB
Experienced leader in healthcare IT communications, planning and design joins LA office
Hospitals and other healthcare organizations are rethinking how they do business, especially when it comes to technology and medical equipment.
Hospital reimbursement rates are increasingly based on outcomes and the patient experience, as measured by the HCAHPS survey. Jeff Davis explains how the right equipment planning and design can make all the difference.
By Irene Bickell
Healthcare is being revolutionized by a process put in place long before a hospital’s first MRI machine is purchased: Integrated Project Delivery, also known as IPD.
By Steve Juett PE, LEAN GB, LEED Green Associate
We’ve all been there: standing in front of the room with our new computer, about to give that career-defining presentation, everyone staring expectantly, waiting. But you, unable to connect to the projector because of that trivial piece of tech you forgot to bring, stand motionless. Helpless. Sweating. Time moves to a dream tempo. Someone coughs. Your career goes into a death spiral because you forgot the dongle.
The CFS is an advanced surgical training center which celebrates next-generation technology and simulation to help practitioners hone their technical skills, work and communicate across disciplines and share knowledge to push the frontier of surgery—from robotics and micro-surgery to the latest in laparoscopic, endoscopic and cardiothoracic techniques.
OneEQ, the Dallas-based full-service technology, planning and operational consultancy, is pleased to announce that the Bakar Precision Cancer Medicine Building (PCMB) on U.C. San Francisco’s Mission Bay campus has begun to accept patients. OneEQ provided equipment planning and procurement, logistics/deployment and installation administration for the new six-story, 179,650-SF facility.