Parking Insights

The Lost Patient

With many hospitals today encompassing over a million square feet, the average patient spends more time looking for their appointment than actually attending the appointment itself. With floor two looking like floor three, oncology looking like neurology, and one hallway mirroring the next, hospitals and doctors alike are finding that a portion of missed appointments are...
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Portraying an Environment of Care… in the Garage?

Over the last several years, I have had the privilege of visiting and conducting business in over a hundred hospitals across America. The one trend universal to every facility is the use of the soothing messaging: “Hello, relax. We are here to help.” In other words from the lobby to the elevator, hospitals have switched from...
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Emotionless Parking: The Impact of Automated Healthcare Parking

It is no question that our world is becoming more and more automated every day. We have become so accustomed to getting what we want, when we want it, with little aid from an actual human being; it’s amazing we actually have any form of social skills left! The largest contributor to this is probably the...
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Keeping Patients Happy with Paid Parking

In today’s healthcare model, the patient’s opinion of the hospital has become a very important and sensitive issue. Hospitals have shifted from a “Do it my way” to a “Have it your way” mentality. Maybe Burger King had it right all along with their slogan “Have It Your Way”… The reality is hospitals want to help...
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Saving Lives on The Shuttle Bus

Have you ever been forced to ride the hospital shuttle bus and sat there wondering “Who sat in this seat last and how sick were they?” Or if you are like me and have children, the first words you mutter to your precious bundles of joy are “Don’t touch anything!” Why is it that when we...
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