The Emergence of Genomics and its Impact on Healthcare Delivery

posted October 14th, 2018 in Research

by John Scoggin


New modalities of healthcare delivery are emerging, as the nexus of technology, genomics, and personalized medicine impacts healthcare. Translational research is allowing these breakthroughs to reach the patient more quickly than ever before. As architects and designers, we are increasingly challenged to provide a bridge from our current modes of patient care and biomedical research to the future. Both IVF and cancer treatment provide models for care delivery that are being addressed by large healthcare organizations.


About John Scoggin

AIA, Partner

As one of the founding architects and managing partners of the Washington, DC office, John is involved in the daily management and operational activities of the firm. He offers nearly 30 years of medical facility design and planning experience. John has a thorough knowledge and understanding of current healthcare facility regulations, guidelines, and technologies. He focuses the firm’s efforts on delivering projects for his clients that are functional, timely, and cost effective. John enjoys cycling, skiing, classic cars, and outdoor projects.

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