The power of four key ingredients
Team of clinical data experts
Analytics and reporting data
Best practices from hospital partners
Our organization is united by a strong set of values, including a deep commitment to quality improvement in the work that we do and the way we run our business.
Our partners needs are constantly changing, so we continually seek new and better ways to serve them. To do this, we bring new talent and technology into the organization, acquiring new companies, and developing new capabilities, for example, in regulatory reporting.
We partner at every level of health care organizations, whether as a trusted advisor to top management or as a teammate or coach for data managers. Through expert teams and market-leading technology, we implement best practices and collaborate over the long-term to curate clinical data, identify insights, drive improvement, and unlock next-generation performance.
Personal & virtual connections
Across all 50 states and more than 250 health care specialties, we work as one team with a common goal—to unlock the value of clinical data. Although the largest portion of our team works in virtual environments, our connections are deeply personal. We’re tremendously driven to achieve a mission that inspires everything we do—to measurably improve the safety and quality of care they deliver.
With our national network of over 1,000 clinical data experts, we apply industry expertise, diverse skill sets and next-generation technology to each business challenge.
“There is no finish line for growth.”
— Raghu Bukkapatnam,
Chief Growth Officer
Helping you grow
When you work with us, growth becomes the most dynamic, powerful source of progress. We bring together experts from all over health care to lead a market transformation, from leaders in strategy, industry experts, business intelligence professionals, data scientists, and many other skills to co-create your unique path of growth.
Winning in a quality-centric world
Clinical quality is the heart of today’s health system. As health systems transition from facilities to clinical enterprises, now, more than ever, the delivery of high-quality care will distinguish the good from the great and likely determine the winners in any given market. Yet despite substantial time, resources and focus dedicated to quality improvement, many health systems have not realized substantial gains.
- Market-share expansion through physician engagement, satisfaction
- Sustainable revenue growth through Center of Excellence strategy.
- Patient reputation management
- Lower cost through scale, efficiency
- Data fidelity, transparency and high reliability
Senior Vice President, Customer Success
Director, Customer Success
Director, Employee Experience, Culture & Internal Communications