Focused on the successful evolution of healthcare organizations through data-driven performance improvement, our proven process provides highly effective means to managing resources and controlling costs while enhancing the overall patient experience.
Customized recommendations centered around industry best practices are paired with strategic timelines and operational goals to guide each organization to sustainable results.
Bi-weekly Reporting and Monitoring
ION Efficiency Reports and Catalyst, the online client portal, provide clear and comprehensive performance data on a department-by-department basis, holding hospital leaders accountable to managing for long-term success.
A structured, education-based approach designed to enhance management skills and promote continued growth. The specific needs of each leader are addressed through tailored coaching and training sessions, strengthening the individual as well as the entire team for better outcomes and improved service.
Our philosophy is to provide exceptional consulting services that challenge complacency with innovative practices and tools that encourage revitalization and sustainability. ALTIUS interacts with a diverse group of healthcare organizations, giving our team a broader perspective that enhances our Performance Improvement services. Our process does not occur in a vacuum. Each unique aspect of our client’s operations is taken into consideration with every customized solution.
Our goal is to ensure that the right person is in the right place at the right time to achieve the best clinical outcome.
The result: organization-wide performance that is at its peak!
ALTIUS Answers: Interview with VP of Business Intelligence, Brian Krugle
ALTIUS is back with another installment of our ALTIUS Answer/Asks interview series. We decided to pivot this month and provide insight into the technical side of our services/tools through an ALTIUS Answers interview with our VP of Business Intelligence Services, Brian Krugle. Read more here!
Our Latest White Paper:
Productivity Produces Positive Results
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, hospitals and healthcare systems have endured significant changes, ranging from volume disruption to supply issues, from financial challenges to government subsidies, and from employee burnout to increasing turnover. Impacts from this public health crisis are still causing shockwaves throughout the industry as organizations take action to recover and hospital leaders work to place their facilities on a new path for operational and financial improvement. In various board rooms and on virtual meeting platforms across the country, healthcare executives are now reworking long-range strategic plans, redefining goals, and establishing future targets to promote sustainability.