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Fast & Flexible

Planning for Adaptive Health Care Systems

Fast Transformation & Flexible Adaptation

  • Innovative structures and perspectives
  • Insights by international experts and professionals
  • Up-to-date solutions for current challenges
  • 9th volume of the established series

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The health care system is undergoing constant and increasingly rapid change, fuelled by digitalised processes, innovations in medicine and medical technology, and social upheavals. Sustainable hospital architecture must be able to keep pace with this constant regeneration. But how can this be achieved when health care buildings – with an average minimum lifespan of 20 years – appear to be an inert mass compared to the rapidly changing health care sector? How can adaptable and flexible structures be created that ensure efficient care even in crisis situations – as we experienced in the pandemic years? Volume 9 of the ‘Health Care of the Future’ series examines this question from very different perspectives: from contributions on the digital future of health care and structural planning for change to reports on visionary, international hospital concepts and research into the robotic construction methods of the future.

Die Autoren / Herausgeber

Contributors: M. Barrett | J. Brunet | J.F. Debatin | M. Di Marco | L. Fontana | A. Gebhard | R. de Graaf | F. Jensen | C. Lohfert Praetorius | S. Matthys | H. Mayer | M. Nickl | C. Nickl-Weller | E. Oborn | N. Pilosof | H. Praetorius | S. Redecke | A.-K. Salich | T. Sahlmann | U. Schrader | E. Schultz | C. Wagenaar | T. Willemeit

Manager, Wissenschaftler und Praktiker in der Gesundheitsversorgung, in Krankenkassen, im öffentlichen Gesundheitswesen, in Dienstleistungs- und Industrieunternehmen der Gesundheitsbranche; Architekten, Stadtplaner und Ingenieure; Politiker in der Gesundheits- und Wirtschaftspolitik; Studierende und Postgraduierte der Architektur- und Ingenieurswissenschaften; Studierende und Postgraduierte der Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften

Architektur; Gesundheitsvorsorge; Healing Environment; Städtebau

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