Waynesboro Hospital Undergoing Four-Phase Renovation Project


(08/16/2016)
Waynesboro Hospital has started work on a $6 million expansion project that will ensure patients receive the highest quality of care in an updated facility. Planning for the project began in 2015, but a groundbreaking ceremony took place the first week of August. Renovations are expected to be complete in the next 14 to 18 months.
 

Lakeland Health Plans $160 Million Expansion


(08/10/2016)
During the first week of August, Lakeland Health’s board of directors approved funding for Lakeland Medical Center’s $160 million expansion in St. Joseph. The project is expected to be complete by 2020, with a groundbreaking-ceremony taking place in October 2017.
 

Landmark Cancer Center to Debut in September


(08/24/2016)
Construction concluded last month on the Landmark Cancer Center in Smithfield and is expected to open to the public in September. The 14,000-square-foot facility was designed by Quincy, Ma.-based JACA Architects, and construction was completed by West Greenwich, R.I.-based Ken Jones Construction. The new Landmark Cancer Center, located on the campus of the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island consists of nine patient treatment areas along with two private treatment areas, examination rooms, physician offices, a laboratory and a pharmacy.
 

Riding the Curve to High Operational Efficiency

By Michelle Mader
(07/27/2016)
The health care industry is rapidly moving away from the traditional fee-for-service delivery model toward a value-based, population-based delivery model; however, large, regional providers are still largely supported by fee-for-service care. To remain cost-competitive, health care organizations must encourage their providers to move toward a more cost-effective delivery model. In order to enable their providers to make this move, organizations need to change existing infrastructure to create a leaner working environment. They must achieve these goals with the lowest possible capital investment because the landscape is anticipated to significantly change over the next 10 years.
 

Growing Together at Stanford Children’s Health


(07/27/2016)
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford located in Palo Alto, is undergoing a $1.2 billion expansion set to open in summer 2017. It will add 521,000 square feet to hospital grounds as well as 149 patient beds. The project has been in development since 2006.