Moving Away From Reactive Decisions

Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future – John F. Kennedy

Health care reform is dynamic and often confusing, requiring dedicated staff to not only stay up-to-date on current rulings, but to have the ability to quickly, yet comprehensively, implement changes. Unfortunately, many small to medium facilities – irrespective of their setting of care – lack the staff and financial resources required to maintain a strategic approach to health care reform, leading these organizations into reactive decisions instead of thoughtful, proactive ones. The result is excessive Health IT spending to resolve emergent issues, instead of thoughtful, budgeted spending on long-term, flexible solutions.

At Praesidio, we know this is not the fault of our healthcare clients. Too many changes are happening too quickly for even the largest of our provider and health system clients. From EHR upgrades to infrastructure needs, to staffing, security and continuing education requirements, all healthcare facilities face an uncertain future, one where Executives are expected to outline for their Boards what needs to be done and when, and most importantly to their community members, how much everything will cost over a three to five year timeline.

We’re here to help. Let Our Knowledge Be Your Shield, one that has been forged through an average of twenty years of boots-on-the-ground service to health care facilities of all shapes and sizes. We not only have experience speaking with Executives, front line staff, and vendor partners, but we thrive on breaking down the pressing issues to your Boards and Community Stakeholders.

Our Strategic Consulting Services are based on detailed site assessments, staff interviews, technology / infrastructure reviews, and best practice and ‘reality’ based workflows. Engagements can include any or all of the following:

  • Current state assessment of Health IT and Quality Reporting staffing and solutions
  • Executive and Department Manager interviews
  • SWOT Analysis of current, historic, and future efforts / goals
  • Onsite presentation of findings and next steps
  • Board presentations on current and future industry challenges and changes based on your specific setting of care
  • Ongoing discussion and strategy review sessions

Call us today and find out how we can help you overcome your current challenges, while planning for and implementing a secure path forward into MACRA and beyond.

Take care,

Todd