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As healthcare demands and reimbursements shift, it’s imperative to consider adjustments to the manner in which you deliver care.

In the pursuit of the highest quality, most efficient care, we continually innovate delivery models based on our advanced analytics and predictive modeling engines. Transform your hospital from volume-based financial incentives to value-based metrics with our innovative care models.

Virtual scribes

Research has shown that nearly half of all time in the ED is spent in indirect patient care.1 And with the advance of Electronic Medical Records (EMR), documentation is one of the top provider complaints. Virtual scribes are an innovative solution that can increase provider efficiency and decrease documentation burdens so that physicians are freed up for more time with patients. The result is improved documentation, expedited patient throughput, and an enhanced patient experience. 


Using medical scribes or speech-to-text in your emergency or hospital medicine practice

Discover how committing to the use of either medical scribes or speech-to-text EMR resources at your hospital can improve physician experience, improve documentation, expedite throughput, and enhance the patient experience. 

Team-based care/coverage models

Sometimes alternative coverage models can be the key to maximizing cost containment while continually meeting quality standards. We can evaluate your hospital’s practice patterns to determine when it’s appropriate to leverage nurse practitioners or physician assistants—keeping in mind consistent delivery of quality patient experiences. 

Impact of diverse care teams on performance

By building out the provider team with both nurse practitioners and physicians, this Hospital Medicine program was finally able to maintain a fully staffed schedule, while also positively impacting ALOS, facility spending, and more.

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With the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care, admission penalties that require more proactive and preventive care capabilities, and higher costs, telemedicine has increasingly become a next generation hospital care solution. Providing greater patient satisfaction, documentation compliance, and a high level of care, our telemedicine services could be a cost-effective solution for your facility.

Telemedicine Solution

Emergency Department/Hospitalist Hybrid Model

In many smaller facilities, there are not enough admissions to warrant hiring a hospitalist team--but admitted patients from the Emergency Department (ED) still need to be cared for.

To address this challenge, our ED/Hospitalist Hybrid Model trains ED physicians to extend their responsibilities and simultaneously provide emergency and inpatient care to the hospital's patients.

Learn more about the details and benefits of this model.

Our business development team can help strategize which value-based care models are right for your hospital

1. Hollingsworth JC, Chisholm CD, Giles BK, et al. How do physicians and nurses spend their time in the emergency department? Ann Emerg Med. 1998;31(1):87-89.