With clinician burnout reaching a crisis point, hospital administrators are turning to evidence-based design to mitigate stress and injury for clinical workers. Hospitals have long relied on evidence-based design to improve patient experience and outcomes; these same data-driven design principles can boost clinician well-being, emotional and physical safety, and job performance, leading to improved staff retention for hospitals.
Evidence-based design draws from data and evidence to help hospitals spend renovation dollars wisely. And the evidence shows that even small changes to the physical space can have a big outcome on clinician health, safety, and job satisfaction. In this playbook you will learn:
How evidence-based design can minimize burnout and help you retain clinical staff
3 best practices to help prioritize spending
How to get buy-in for evidence-based design with leadership and other stakeholders