Front Line Staff Participating in the Design Process

Front Line Staff Participating in the Design Process Tool

Author: Jordan Plyler, CM-Lean, facilities manager at Baptist Health Medical Center of Arkansas

This tool can be used to assist design professionals in designing clinical areas which meet the needs of the end users. Often clinical areas are designed with little input from frontline staff. This lack of full staff participation leads to items being left out of the design or being provided in the wrong location. 

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