Sky Ceilings in Healthcare Art transform the environment of care
Sky Factory Illusions of Nature Virtual Skylights:
Soothes and relaxes patients
Improves health outcomes
Makes people happy
Generates higher patient satisfaction scores
Sky Factory's healthcare art delivers the biophilic benefits of nature into a wide variety of healthcare environments-MRI and radiology suites, above patient beds, hospital waiting and changing areas, even in corridors and other public and staff locations. Increasingly, these illusions of nature are included in eldercare facilities, clinics, dental offices and exclusive hospitality and resort facilities.
Research has established that exposure to nature and nature imagery alleviates stress, provides positive distraction, reduces pain medication use and shortens hospital stays. Because of their superior realism, exquisite composition, unique luminous presentation, and quality craftsmanship, Sky Factory SkyCeilings and Luminous Virtual Windows bring nature inside and beautifully differentiate a facility from competitors, and clearly benefit the bottom line.
Patients and Clients Attest to Sky Factory's Virtual Skylights Solutions
Patients immediately respond to the Luminous SkyCeiling. It gives us something to converse about, and it helps the patients feel relaxed. It has changed the whole ambiance of the room. -CH, RN
Our Luminous SkyCeiling helps provide a very calming atmosphere in our Preoperative Area. It is very much like having a real skylight in the room. -CH, RN
It's amazing what you see in those images, it really takes your mind off the procedure. -MF, cancer patient
The Sky Factory SkyCeilings help patients relax. When patients are relaxed, they experience less pain and recover faster. Therefore they leave the facility sooner, which decreases our personnel cost as well as the cost of supplies that we use to keep them comfortable. -NJ, Surgical Services Manager
Our patients respond positively to the Sky Factory SkyCeiling. They love its light and the image of a sunny day, especially when it is stormy and dreary outside. The view is soothing and takes their mind off the exam, reduces stress, and sets them at ease. When patients are less stressed, they have a more positive experience. -EZ, CT Supervisor