Health care is a controversial topic worldwide. In developing nations, the concern is on quality and access to care. In most industrialized nations, the concern is on cost and quality. In the US, the concern is coverage, cost, and quality. Four factors seem to be the drivers of escalating expenditures since the 1980s: aging population, technology acceleration, quality-of-life demands, and declining personal fitness. Quality is a function of health outcomes and patient care. Coverage is a function of legislation and cost. Access is a function of economic development and the efficacy of implementation of strategic plans.
We work with all organizations in the health care sector, from manufacturers to primary caregivers to insurers and government agencies.
Our goals are:
- To help lower the cost of health care delivery to make it more affordable, thereby increasing coverage
- To improve execution of strategic plans to increase access
- To improve the quality of outcomes through the use of our services and expertise
We believe that our global operations’ expertise in health care and other industries can provide many of the solutions for the crisis in health care delivery. We are passionate about helping health care organizations achieve their goals for cost, quality, access, and coverage.
Organizations we work with:
- Hospitals and health networks
- Medical supply distributors
- Pharmaceutical manufacturers
- Medical device manufacturers
- Health care agencies
- Federal and state government agencies
- Health insurance companies