Improving care access

Access can be defined as providing a patient with the right care in the right setting at the right time. The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and Vizient have published a new report, Learning and Leading in Access to Care: An Overview of Member Collaboratives from the AAMC and Vizient, that examines several national efforts focused on improving access to care in the clinical setting.

We understand the challenge of controlling medical expenses and increasing patient throughput — without sacrificing quality of care. Our holistic approach to operational improvement addresses case management, length of stay and other relevant variables. We leverage advanced data informatics and a collaborative consulting approach — as a result, our members enhance clinical performance, improve case margins, and improve quality and case coordination.

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  1. Enhance margin performance
    Analyze and improve utilization, variation and total cost of care
  2. Improve quality, patient satisfaction and safety
    Focus on care delivery, relationship management and clinical outcomes
  3. Optimize patient flow
    Improve patient throughput, reduce length of stay and improve bed management
  4. Enhance departmental efficiencies
    Optimize operating room process, cardiac catherization, emergency room and laboratory operations
  5. Drive sustainable results
    Strengthen clinical care protocols, physician alignment and other best practices

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