What We Do
To prepare for tomorrow’s model, healthcare systems will need to broaden their perspective.
Beyond business as usual.
Demographic shifts. Regulatory changes. Rising costs, shrinking reimbursements, and tighter operating margins. As the market changes and the total cost of healthcare approaches the breaking point, it’s hard to stay financially viable.
As healthcare executives work to meet the demand for better outcomes at lower cost, consolidation, alliances, industry convergence, and new payment and care delivery models are adding to the complexity. Tweaking at the margins just won’t cut it anymore.
It’s time to adapt.
It’s tempting to believe that the shift to value-based healthcare remains on the distant horizon. But in reality, the bar is going up faster than most realize, and the strategies and tactics that used to work simply won’t anymore. To prepare for tomorrow, healthcare executives have to make big changes today:
Prepare for new, patient-centric models.
With new patient-centric models come new quality measures, new technologies, and new, fast-moving competitors. Every aspect of care delivery and cost will have to be reassessed.
NEW PAYMENT AND DELIVERY MODELS
Take an integrated approach.
Movement toward greater transparency and tying quality to reimbursement is only accelerating. Mortality and morbidity are just the tip of the iceberg.
CLINICAL EXCELLENCE, QUALITY, AND SAFETY
Compete in a broader marketplace.
To win their share of healthcare dollars, healthcare systems will need to attract an increasingly sophisticated and informed buyer. Can you deliver what it takes to stand out?
COMPETITION AND GROWTH
Transform your cost-control efforts.
The “do more with less” approach just won't cut it. By aligning with what patients, payers, and employers truly value, organizations can differentiate themselves and succeed — even in the face of drastic reimbursement cuts.
FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND COST IMPROVEMENT
Connect your operations with your goals.
Transformation doesn’t happen by directive – it happens by aligning physicians and other stakeholders with strategic objectives. The infrastructure required for change can’t be built overnight. That’s why you need to start now.
Change is difficult.
Numerof's experience can help you navigate it.
Our solutions help healthcare delivery clients understand, adapt to, and achieve success in this evolving landscape. Starting with a disciplined, objective assessment, we help our clients identify gaps and vulnerabilities, define clear goals, and develop the alignment, infrastructure, and capabilities needed to achieve them.
STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
What do you want to be? How do you get there?
What do you need to
What data support your decisions and differentiation?