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We improve the way health systems work

Our solutions accurately predict demand, automate workflows, and drive cross-functional team action to improve operational efficiencies and increase volume.

By partnering with Hospital IQ, health systems reduce operational bottlenecks, optimize scheduling practices and increase satisfaction. The result is greater revenue from existing capacity and staff that can perform less reactively and spend more time caring for patients.

Our work is driven by these key principles.

It’s not easy to run a health system’s operations

Understanding our client’s daily struggles is at the core of our business. Inefficient operations hinder capacity and erode health system economics. Changing delivery and payment models, inefficient processes and scheduling, and constant snags in throughput not only frustrate staff and patients, but negatively impact outcomes, capacity, staffing, quality, hospital finances, and future growth. We are on a journey to create sustainable operational improvement with a goal to improve the bottom line of health systems of all sizes across the globe.

It's not easy to run a health system's operations
Intelligent automation can transform operations

Intelligent automation can prepare everyone for what’s coming, align priorities, and drive action

The nursing shortage has diminished satisfaction and amplified system operational issues. Burnout, imbalanced nurse-to-patient ratios, manual processes, and menial labor duties decrease staff satisfaction and retention. The burdens on staff not only risk negatively impacting quality and outcomes, but wreak havoc on operational efficiencies, capacity, and revenue. The use of intelligent automation (the combination of artificial intelligence, workflows, and communication) to ensure the right information, with the right action, gets to the right person, hours, days and weeks in advance, ensures alignment of actions and priorities across the enterprise.

Existing technologies’ value is not fully realized

Hospitals are still waiting to reap the benefits of modernizing their IT infrastructure, such as electronic health records, aggregated enterprise data, seamless systems integration, predictive analytics, and the ability to be nimble with systemic change. That leaves scheduling, resourcing, and operational insights unmined and teams unprepared for demand. We understand system-wide transformation does not happen overnight, and technology adoption should leverage existing technology investments and mimic a system’s journey to sustainable improvement.

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