Develop smart strategies to
thrive in the new environment
The pandemic changed nearly every aspect of the U.S. health care system, forcing providers to re-evaluate their goals and priorities and develop agility to quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively scale up and down to meet ongoing needs. Long-term success requires new thinking and strategies for care delivery, quality and supply decisions.
Lower cost base
Sustainably optimize the cost of care delivery by enhancing labor practices
and procedures, expanding telehealth use and streamlining real estate and
facilities expenses. We are ready to help you explore longer-term
opportunities such as care redesign and clinical-supply integration.
Expand the focus beyond supply operations to the broader impact of
supply decisions on the organization. We have experts who will work with
you to re-evaluate your supply chain strategy in light of current
challenges and understand how new data and insights impact your
Redesign care delivery
Adapt to the new health care environment by building flexible capacity,
accelerating virtual and digital health, optimizing high-margin growth,
assessing physician alignment and identifying adaptive workforce
strategies. We’ll provide the analytics insights and tools to help you
succeed in the new health care landscape.
Refine the hospital’s quality improvement infrastructure to ensure
consistent care and quality outcomes. We can provide tools and resources
to help you build a flexible workforce, refine governance and leadership
models to accelerate quality improvement, develop safety and care
protocols, and use predictive analytics to prepare for market shifts and
potential supply shortages.
Let's connect to help you build the future of health care
1 CDB (April 2019 & April 2020), Includes patients age 18+, Includes only hospitals with IP data submitted for April 2019 & April 2020 (n=96), Cases identified as inpatients with ED Revenue Code in CDB, Top 10 Hotspot States:
NY, NJ, CA, MI, FL, MA, IL, WA, LA, PA)
2 Vizient COVID-19 survey, March to June 2020, n=126
3 Vizient COVID-19 survey, March to June 2020, n=148
4 Vizient COVID-19 survey, May to June 2020, n=216
5 Vizient COVID-19 survey, May to June 2020, n=147