CNN published an article this morning about Hospital designs that are changing the way you’re cared for By Elizabeth Stamp. The 5 Key takeaways for me are: In designing & building healthcare facilities, “How do you attract and retain your community and your patients? How do you attract and retain doctors and nurses?” – Pat Bosch,… Read More
Today most waiting and patient rooms have a television. A TV becomes the focal point in the room begging the individual to watch. When I was a practicing physician, I visited many patient rooms where the television was almost always on…and unfortunately usually tuned to a news station with Breaking News about some disaster. How can broadcast… Read More
Pointing the camera up at the sky allowed for a simpler composition; basically just the blue background and the white flowers. Like many of my favorite images the light comes from behind so that the image glows like stained glass.
The old-fashioned simplicity of this rose appeals to me. I found this native rose growing in the prairie about 10 minutes from my house. Below is a painting of Carolina (pasture) rose by Mary E. Eaton from a 1917 issue of National Geographic.
I’ve written a few blog posts in the past about black and white photographs for healthcare. A client recently asked me if I still believe black & white should be avoided in hospitals and medical offices? Based on research, the general public dislikes abstract art and research proves that it is inappropriate for healthcare. Since… Read More