What is the difference between good lighting and bad lighting? Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Managing Editor of Healthcare Design Magazine shares her learning experience about lighting for medical interiors, proving that well designed lighting does positively influence the space. When used effectively, well placed light sources can reduce patient room falls, improve the patient and family member experience, and reduce energy used (using thoughtful sources and levels of light without increasing the production of heat). The light in a room not only has an impact on your visual bearings, it can also affect your other senses ranging from your alertness to circadian rhythm. New technology offers medical staff the ability to automatically vary the sources of light when entering a room. This theory is still being tested, but an innovative idea for healthcare rooms! Click here to read the full article.