Productivity and Workforce Optimization
Our proven process is focused on the successful evolution of healthcare organizations, providing highly effective means to controlling costs while enhancing the overall patient care experience.
Performance Improvement and Implementation
Customized recommendations focused on industry best practices are paired with strategic timelines and operational goals to guide an organization to sustainable results.
Bi-weekly Reporting and Monitoring
ION Efficiency Reports provide clear and comprehensive performance data on a department-by-department basis, holding hospital leaders accountable to managing for long-term success.
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!
Productivity: A Love/Hate Relationship
Love is in the air, and in healthcare, change is always on the horizon. A focus on productivity and workforce optimization may be part of your organization’s 2021 initiatives, but you may be personally struggling with getting behind the proposed strategies. You are not alone – many industry leaders and professionals have a love/hate relationship with performance improvement. Read more here!
Our Latest White Paper:
Electronic Health Records: A balancing act of technology, cost, and quality
Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are the systemized collection of important healthcare information that is stored, accessed and shared in a digital format. EHRs are operationalized through protected network-connected, enterprise-wide information systems and include patient data such as demographics, medical history, allergies, test orders/results, and vital signs. EHRs are now touted as the preferred, if not mandated, method of streamlining care and improving business operations within the healthcare industry by eliminating the need for the paper records and manual processes.