Senior Vice President Paul Strohm, AIA, has been a director of HOK’s global Healthcare practice since 2000. Paul has served as principal-in-charge on several projects that have influenced the delivery of healthcare services in the United States.
Paul is a founding member of the American College of Healthcare Architects. In 2015, Healthcare Design magazine named him the top architect in its annual HCD 10, which honors individuals and organizations making a significant mark on the healthcare design landscape. He is a member of Healthcare Design’s editorial advisory board. In 2013, Paul earned a Distinguished Alumni Award from Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning.
“First, this approach helps hospitals provide better patient outcomes — healthier people. Examples of better patient outcomes include fewer and shorter patient stays in hospitals, fewer patient falls and faster recoveries from treatments.
“Second, these improved outcomes are achieved at a reduced cost of care. The reduced care costs come from reductions in patients stays, better outcomes leading to rankings in accountable care organizations, fewer staff required to deliver care and lower utility costs.”
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Ball State University
Bachelor of Architecture