This Iowa medical center partnered with SCP Health to address operational and clinical challenges in its Hospital Medicine program.
Client success stories
Learn how we’ve helped hospitals like yours take action to streamline hospital operations, implement cost and revenue solutions, achieve clinical quality goals, and more.
SCP built a powerful, long-term partnership with a large facility in Kentucky based on best practice communication, constant collaboration, and clinical excellence.
SCP helped a system revitalize its provider recruitment and retention approach for nine Emergency Medicine and nine Hospital medicine programs.
New facility partnered with SCP Health to develop a meaningful Emergency Medicine culture and committed provider team.
After adding a telenocturnist to the Hospital Medicine provider team, an SCP partner hospital in Texas dramatically improved HCAHPS, discharge by noon, throughput, nurse satisfaction, and more. Read the case study to learn more about their transformation.
SCP Health empowered this facility to accept and rely more heavily on nurse practitioners and physician assistants to improve performance and workload in its Hospital Medicine program.
Suburban hospital with high turnover in both Emergency and Hospital Medicine successfully overcame challenges through its partnership with SCP.
This facility's leadership chose SCP Health to help them successfully transform their Emergency Medicine program's national benchmarks, update their communication systems, and create a tailored staffing plan - all as they transitioned into a newly-built ED.
This facility expanded its current Emergency Medicine partnership with SCP Health to include Critical Care Medicine. Housing both departments under one practice management company allowed for excellent, team-oriented efficiencies.
Two facilities looked to SCP Health for assistance standardizing processes, fully staffing providers, and establishing solid leadership in their Hospital Medicine programs.
This system chose SCP Health to deploy a fine-tuned Hospital Medicine program management approach in two of its facilities.
SCP worked diligently with two New York facilities to effectively recruit, retain, and train Hospital Medicine physicians and medical directors--despite significant barriers of COVID-19, complex contracts, communication challenges, and more.