VividBoard Blog

Into the Lime Light: West Virginia University Hospital

West Virginia University Hospital approached VividBoard in 2015 with a small order for two (large) whiteboards that were to be placed in their nurses’ stations.

 
Key Patient Room Board Elements for Better Patient Engagement

Your whiteboards should help with communication, not hinder it. The experts at VividBoard help you create an incredible communication board by focusing on three key elements of your design.

 
An Easy-to-Follow Guide to Designing Hospital Whiteboards

You don’t have to be a professional designer or an expert in patient/provider communication to build your own custom whiteboards. Follow this easy, step-by-step guide.

 
Why Whiteboard Designs Should be Uniform Throughout the Hospital

Even though the specific patient information fields on whiteboards will vary from area to area of a hospital, there should be uniformity among all the boards within each area.

 
Into the Lime Light: Golisano Children’s Hospital

Located in Ft. Myers Florida, Golisano Children’s Hospital (Lee Health) is a state-of-the-art, family-centered, full-service children's hospital.

 
Who Should be Included in Hospital Design Decisions?

Who should be involved in healthcare design? To avoid having too many cooks in the kitchen, here are the key sources of influence in design decisions.

 
Meeting Patient Expectations with Holistic Room Design

What patients want is a million dollar question for hospitals. Many U.S. hospitals are taking a “codesigning” approach to patient room design.

 
The Importance of Considering Patient Families in Healthcare Design

When approaching patient room design it's important to think of patients, but special attention must also be paid to patient families.

 
How to Identify Patients with a High Readmission Risk

One of the best ways to prevent readmissions is to identify which patients are most likely to readmit and properly prepare them for discharge.

 
How VividBoard Helps Care Teams Treat Patients

Patient room boards are one of the best tools for hospitals because they can help care teams provide better communication, safety and comfort.