Hospitals & Healthcare Organizations
A successful healthcare organization focuses on providing integrated services in a healing environment with staff trained in a person-centered model of care.
Hundreds of scientific studies have demonstrated that what we feel and think influences neurotransmitters in the brain and the immune system which impacts disease and illness in the body. Therefore, good outcomes for patients and facilities come from systems that address the patient as a whole with attention to both physical and emotional needs.
Evidence has demonstrated that patient satisfaction improves, cost-saving efficiencies are realized and better care is provided in an integrated care center.
Our goal is to assist you with improving patient satisfaction, obtaining better health care outcomes, retaining your workforce and realizing cost-saving efficiencies through:
The development of healing environments with renovations of existing space or development of new space.
Incorporating evidence-based design elements on medical/surgical floors---lighting, sounds, soothing color schemes and enhanced water feature and self- hypnotic visual features
Multisensory rooms to manage a patient’s anxiety/agitation and to calm fears related to painful procedures. Rooms can also be used with patients who have cognitive limitations which interfere with their ability to verbally communicate their needs to healthcare providers. These rooms offer non-verbal alternatives to address these needs.
Healing interior and exterior gardens
Specialty training of medical staff to integrate complementary therapies into care plans
Integrating complimentary services into your organization.
Assist with hiring, training and incorporating new therapies such as music therapy, medical massage, acupuncture, energy -based healing touch and stress management modalities into conventional medical care plans.
Train nursing staff and ancillary services on comprehensive, person-centered care models to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. These models improve integration of care through collaboration with interdisciplinary teams