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Lego brainwaves

Lego Brainwaves

Design of Pediatric Health Center of the Future

Team Lego:

Randeep

Youngseon Choi

Lavanavarjit


Brain waves 1 to 5
Brainwaves~ # 1 to # 5

We chose the team name Lego since it is spatially efficient and offers several possibilities. Our brainwaves are -

  • Universal Design Concepts in the ED

  • Patient Flow

  • Signage & Way finding

  • Future Pediatric Center

  • Video Messaging with Mobile Application


Brain 1 universal design concepts in the ed
Brain~ # 1–Universal Design Concepts in the ED

  • Implementing the Universal Design concepts in developing modules which can accommodate specific disease types such as 1) Sickle Cell, 2)Asthma etc.

  • The universal room was defined as the one that could accommodate various case types

  • Modular design

    - operational and space efficiency

    - future flexibility

Saba (2004) Universal Design Concepts in the Emergency Department,

J Ambulatory Care Manage


Brain 1 universal design concepts in the ed1
Brain~ # 1–Universal Design Concepts in the ED

  • Steps

  • Determine the module size that depends on

  • existing grid of the structure

  • requirements for three specific types of disease

  • Design the module

Saba (2004) Universal Design Concepts in the Emergency Department,

J Ambulatory Care Manage


Brain 1 case study
Brain~ # 1 Case Study

  • The Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Office Building in California

  • 3 modularly planned building blocks are attached to a “U-shaped” single-loaded corridor

  • 9 X 11 module for both examination rooms and provider offices

Arsenault (2004) Adapting to Change, J Ambulatory Care Manage


Brain 1 universal design concept in the ed
Brain~ # 1 - Universal Design Concept in the ED

Saba (2004) Universal Design Concepts in the Emergency Department,

J Ambulatory Care Manage


Brain 1 universal design concept in the ed1
Brain~ # 1 - Universal Design Conceptin the ED

Saba (2004) Universal Design Concepts in the Emergency Department,

J Ambulatory Care Manage


Brain 1 universal design concept in the ed2
Brain~ # 1 - Universal Design Concept in the ED

Saba (2004) Universal Design Concepts in the Emergency Department,

J Ambulatory Care Manage


Brain 1 universal design concept in the ed3
Brain~ # 1 - Universal Design Concept in the ED

Saba (2004) Universal Design Concepts in the Emergency Department,

J Ambulatory Care Manage



Brain 2 patient flow1
Brain~~ # 2 - Patient Flow

  • According to MGH (Massachusetts General Hospital), on an average, patients had to travel to more than 4 separate locations in order to receive all their care for a particular disease.

  • This created a significant amount of frustration for patients, substantial foot traffic and inefficiency within the clinical departments.

Pauly (2005) Planning a Large Ambulatory Care Center

at an Academic Medical Center, J Ambulatory Care Manage


Brain 2 patient flow2
Brain~~ # 2 - Patient Flow

  • Steps

  • An analysis of the patient flow through the hospital depending on the disease types.

  • Mapping the patient flow on the hospital floor to a physical path.

  • The objective is to determine the optimized path

  • Positioning of the different services

  • Designing the hospital floor.


Brain 2 patient flow deliverables

Patient

Registration

Diagnosis

Inpatient

Critical Care

Outpatient

No

Yes

MRI

Brain~~ # 2 - Patient Flow – Deliverables

  • A flow diagram to map the traffic for the different units and decide which units can be co-located.

  • A hospital model with the floors and a floor plan defining the patient movement.

  • Compare the existing floor layout with our proposed layout.


Brain 3 signage way finding
Brain~~~3 – Signage & Way finding

  • A technological look to path finding and signage

  • Kiosks at the entrance with 3D floor plans

  • GPS enabled hand held tool

  • Destination specific RFID audio Turn Right, Take Elevator, Stop


Brain 4 future pediatric center
Brain~~~~4 – Future Pediatric Center

  • A Futuristic Pediatric Emergency room where the different medical equipment TALK to each other.

  • The media used include - Bluetooth, Wireless Network, Live Streaming Videos.

  • Patients with Communicable Diseases and Contagious Air-borne disease.


Brain 4 future pediatric center1
Brain~~ # 4 – Future Pediatric Center

  • Steps

  • All Equipment are capable of transmitting signals wirelessly to the server at the nurses station.

  • The observing nurse checks the vital signs of the patient and decides if any dosage needs alteration.

  • The equipment receives feedback and alters the dosage accordingly.

  • Streaming Video monitoring of the patient to view the physical condition.



Brain 5 video messaging for cell phones
Brain~~~~~5 – Video Messaging for Cell Phones

  • Anxiety and illness may cause the patient or their family to not completely recall the doctor’s diagnosis.

  • The patient’s family is not updated on the patient condition.

  • We propose to record a video of the patient – doctor meeting.


Brain 5 video messaging for cell phones1
Brain~~~~~5 – Video Messaging for Cell Phones

  • Steps

  • A webcam in the examining room records the patient – doctor discussion (on patient’s consent).

  • An application is developed to send the video as a Multimedia Message to the patient’s mobile phone.

  • The doctor can also record messages for the patient’s family to communicate patient’s condition.


Brain 5 video messaging for cell phones2
Brain~~~~~5 – Video Messaging for Cell Phones