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Partnership continues collaboration between the industry-leading healthcare nonprofit and the award-winning healthcare furniture manufacturer

 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Stance Healthcare, award-winning leader in furniture design and manufacturing for general and Behavioral Healthcare facilities, announces its renewed partnership with The Center for Health Design (CHD) in 2022. As a valued partner to CHD, Stance will sponsor at least two workshops and two webinars, all focusing on Behavioral Health, this year.

 

The two organizations are a compatible fit, with both CHD and Stance exhibiting leadership and passion for advancing opportunities within the intersection of health and design. CHD is the go-to nonprofit for education that equips today’s professionals to support improved healthcare quality through the built environment. Stance, for its part, launched its Improving Lives by Design brand mission in 2021 – a reflection of the company’s track record producing thoughtful, intuitive furniture for healthcare spaces that encourage healing.

 

A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, The Center for Health Design advances best practices and empowers healthcare leaders with quality research that demonstrates the value of design to improve health outcomes, patient experience of care, and provider/staff satisfaction and performance.

 

“We are looking forward to another year of learning alongside our colleagues at the Center for Health Design,” said Carl Kennedy, Stance Healthcare’s president. “They are an indispensable resource for designers and professionals in the healthcare space, and we are honored to support their informative, impactful programming as a sponsor.”

 

The partnership’s event programming kicks off March 17 with the Stance-sponsored CHD webinars, Designed for the Mind: Environments for Behavioral Telehealth Delivery and Day in the Life: Innovative Design for Behavioral Health. The first presentation will explore what’s next in post-COVID design considerations for telehealth delivery of Behavioral Health services; the second utilizes a case study to understand the importance of a collaborative design approach inclusive of all perspectives and disciplines – from executives to clinicians.

 

Those interested in attending the March 17 webinars can learn more and register below:
 

Webinar: Designed for the Mind: Environments for Behavioral Telehealth Delivery
Webinar: Day In the Life: Innovative Design for Behavioral Health

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