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Apr
1
2013
Congratulations to our very own Diana for being recognized as one of the 100 St. Louisans to Know by St. Louis Small Business Monthly! We’re very fortunate to have Diana as our leader! Congrats Diana from your team!
Feb
15
2013
Spellman Brady & Company was highlighted in the University Business Magazine's February 2013 Inside Look section on Learning Spaces.
Feb
1
2013
At first glance, an art installation may appear to be the simple effort of hanging a painting on the wall. But to achieve a truly effective art program, designers require much more than a hammer and nail to integrate their chosen pieces into a building.
Jan
19
2013
OSF Richard L. Owens Hospice Home is one of only four in state.
Nov
1
2012
Healthcare reform is all the buzz these days and doesn't seem like it will be taking a backseat any time soon with the continued rollout of the 2010 Affordable Care Act. The Department of Health and Human Services will begin offering incentives to hospitals to improve quality of care as part of the new hospital Value-Based Purchase (VBP) program. Under the new value-based purchasing program, an estimated $850 million will be allocated to hospitals in 2013 for their performance on a set of quality measures that improve patient care and satisfaction.
May
1
2012
Today's typical college student is nontraditional. Designing campus spaces should take these 'nons' into consideration.
Nov
8
2011
While I was a student in design school, my grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and my family needed to choose a long-term care facility to meet her needs. With no knowledge of terminology such as CCRC, Green House or buzzwords such as “culture change,” my family and I toured local communities.
Aug
1
2009
It has been said that one cannot experience joy unless they have truly felt sorrow. I’ve discovered the profound impact of design on the senses throughout my years as an Interior Designer. At times it defines an experience, as it has for me in both positive and negative ways. Come with me on a journey as I share some of my thoughts and emotions from one such profound experience.
Mar
1
2007
Today's hospitals are not just for patients. When someone becomes sick, the whole family is affected and the entire family unit should be embraced. Also, a key component for today's healthcare systems is the creation of a strong caregiving staff that is also happy with their environment.

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