GS&P’s James Bearden Talks Value-Added Design with Nashville Medical News

Healthcare Executive Vice President Discusses Benefits of a Holistic Design Approach

March 16, 2017   |   Nashville,  Tenn.   |   In The Media

The March 2017 issue of Nashville Medical News features an interview with James Bearden, AIA, about the benefits of value-added design. Bearden, executive vice president of the firm’s Healthcare market, discusses the evolution of the healthcare landscape and ways designers can improve performance and increase value across the healthcare spectrum.

“Change is inevitable,” commented Bearden. “It’s critical that our design processes are adaptable and can evolve with the healthcare industry. When developing our designs, we must literally put ourselves in the position of the patient so that we can deliver efficient, effective spaces for our clients.”
 
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“Change is inevitable. It’s critical that our design processes are adaptable and can evolve with the healthcare industry. When developing our designs, we must literally put ourselves in the position of the patient so that we can deliver efficient, effective spaces for our clients.”

James Bearden, AIA, executive vice president, GS&P
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