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7/28 - Created my blog page before class. I'll have more to say tonight.
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<b>7/28</b> - Created my blog page before class. I'll have more to say tonight.
  
7/28 - In class we discussed evidence based medicine/design, which is essentially the process of using empirical data gathered
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<b>7/28</b> - In class we discussed evidence based medicine/design, which is essentially the process of using empirical data gathered gathered from surveys, studies, etc. as the primary guiding factor in your design process. One thing I did find really interesting was the degree to which a hospital designed in this way will pay for the extra costs within a year and generally help the bottom line. Typically one thinks of the payoff for higher quality design to be more intangible and, from a bottom line perspective, almost a complete loss. The fact that it can make the money back and even help turn a profit long-term was a bit surprising.
      gathered from surveys, studies, etc. as the primary guiding factor in your design process. One thing I did find really  
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      interesting was the degree to which a hospital designed in this way will pay for the extra costs within a year and generally
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      help the bottom line. Typically one thinks of the payoff for higher quality design to be more intangible and, from a bottom
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      line perspective, almost a complete loss. The fact that it can make the money back and even help turn a profit long-term was
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      a bit surprising.
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Revision as of 20:34, 29 August 2007

7/28 - Created my blog page before class. I'll have more to say tonight.

7/28 - In class we discussed evidence based medicine/design, which is essentially the process of using empirical data gathered gathered from surveys, studies, etc. as the primary guiding factor in your design process. One thing I did find really interesting was the degree to which a hospital designed in this way will pay for the extra costs within a year and generally help the bottom line. Typically one thinks of the payoff for higher quality design to be more intangible and, from a bottom line perspective, almost a complete loss. The fact that it can make the money back and even help turn a profit long-term was a bit surprising.