Independent, Objective Insight on Performance Improvement
Most healthcare organizations are feeling the pressure to get to a new normal cost of care while continuing to improve the quality, patient experience, and outcomes of services they deliver. Hospitals and health systems partner with us to increase net patient service revenue through targeted performance improvement initiatives that leverage a disciplined, data-driven approach.
Our experts have the expertise and tools to help clients drive transformational change across all areas and achieve breakthrough performance improvement.
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Our healthcare performance improvement experts partner with organizations to identify opportunities for improvement, prioritize initiatives, guide implementation, and achieve long-term gains in performance.
Manage the costs of products and services within your healthcare organization to drive immediate savings
Ensure patients get the right care, in the right setting, at the right time—every time
Increase revenue by enhancing cycle performance and efficiency through process redesign, contract management, and more
Identify opportunities to reduce variation in clinical cost, quality, and patient outcomes
Structure an effective care delivery system to provide the access, pricing, and quality consumers want
Our 2022 report highlights performance improvement trends in the areas of workforce, volume and revenue, supplies and purchased services, and the physician enterprise. Each section also provides “action items” that can enhance both short-term and long-term performance.
We’re Not Just Advisors—We’re Your Partners
Performance improvement requires challenging data collection and analysis, politically sensitive decisions, complex change management, and vigilant monitoring and reporting to ensure that costs don’t creep back in. Our consultants can help you strengthen organizational capabilities to achieve widespread and sustainable results.
David Murdock is a Senior Vice President in Kaufman Hall’s Performance Improvement practice.