“There is a revolution taking place in healthcare, and Enviah is leading the way. Let us show you how.”

— DR. LORISSA MACALLISTER, FOUNDER & CEO

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What We Do

Enviah is the premium translator and visualizer of systems using design language to translate analytic-based vision to owners and architects to assure optimal performance. As a strategic business consultancy, our team facilitates measurable returns on investment, including improved patient experience, increased staff satisfaction, and reduced operating costs. We’re committed to boosting the bottom-line health of your organization so you can focus on improving the health of your patients.

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How We're Changing Healthcare

ENVIAH IS IMPROVING HEALTHCARE METRICS ACROSS THE BOARD

Patient Satisfaction

has increased by as much as 25%

Productivity

has improved by as much as 41%

Safety

has increased by as much as 14%

Revenue Generating Space

has grown by as much as 300%

Who We Are

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Our Work

Thanks to Enviah, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital serves 3,000 more patients each year, and patient satisfaction is projected to increase by 11%.

Dow Health Services Headquarters worked with Enviah to improve productivity by 15%, thereby increasing patient satisfaction by 25%.

Enviah helped North Ottawa Community Health increase the productivity of its emergency department by 41% and bring its capacity up by 46%.

Hospital Leaders Are Saying

Enviah is a national leader in research and developing ways to align built environments with both the metrics of human thriving and organizational success. Our insights into the intersection of architecture, health, and organizational dynamics are helping to form an emerging consensus that we need a new process and metrics to drive environmental design in the healthcare industry.

Enviah in the News

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Designing your “new normal” work culture: Using the return to the office as a catalyst for change.

Dr. Lorissa MacAllister recently published her latest Studying Spaces column “Resetting for post-pandemic occupancies” in Health Facilities Management Magazine detailing how to set your return to the office up for success. To dig into the topic a little deeper, we are sharing some key takeaways to keep in mind when returning to the office, and why they matter for your organization. 

Due to the pandemic, the outlook for businesses has drastically changed. We have seen a devastating effect on the financial health of the world and the pandemic has caused the largest decline in spending since 1959 as stated by the Washington Post. This decline and shift of volume and services have created many industries, especially healthcare, to view things in a different light. According to AMN Healthcare, studies show that one of the highest portions of hospital spending is attributed to labor costs, making up 54% of total spending. As if the pandemic was not enough to influence the labor workforce, there is also a continual loss of labor with a noted $18M shortfall reported by the World Health Organization. Now more than ever, it is necessary to retain top talent and support them through this phase of transition and growth.  

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Facebook Live with Dr. Wayne Jonas: Fixing Social Isolation at Work

As COVID-19 begins to finally wind down, we all might be feeling a bit strange getting back to work in the real world. Many of us worked from home for over a year with minimal interaction with others outside of our household, which has taken a toll on how we connect. Social isolation can affect all areas of our lives, especially our work.

Because isolation can have lasting effects on your psyche and health, Dr. Lorissa MacAllister and Dr. Wayne Jonas got together to discuss why this is an issue, and how you can help fix it.

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