Clients

Here are just a few projects that we have assisted in their strategic and operational execution of their plans and initiatives:

Tenet Healthcare:  Assisted them in the site selection process, financial modeling and projection, staffing design, facility design and meeting with individual market leaders to facilitate an understanding of how the design would be created.  The project took just over 8 months.  We passed the project off to their own team, which they developed as we were performing our work, and they are well on their way to a successful deployment of sites in six different states.

Stamford Hospital:  Assisted them in the site selection process, financial modeling and projection, staffing design, facility design and currently provide management support for their urgent care strategy.  The construction of a new hospital required them to pursue additional secondary markets and the deployment of urgent care centers was a logical choice.

Community Health Systems:  Worked with CHS for over two years facilitating an urgent care strategy that could be replicated in their Pennsylvania markets.  They opened three locations networked as a unit and branded them across individual hospital markets.  Also assisted them in their efforts to acquire other other urgent care centers in the immediate market.

Health Management Associates:  Assisted them evaluation of urgent care potential in two separate markets and provided assistance in potentially partnering with others already in the business in those markets.

Christus Spohn Health System: Studied a 6-hospital network’s emergency services buy evaluating the type and volume of patients seen and projecting the financial impact to the hospital as well as the opportunity presented by shifting some portion of the patient volume to urgent care centers that they would develop in those markets.  Created a business plan  around market demographics, competitive position and defined the entire strategic roll-out of the plan.

Ridgecrest Regional Hospital:  Assisted them changing  their existing urgent care center so as to be able to get paid for the work that they perform.