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Healthcare Reform: Driving Healthcare Costs Down Through Improved Efficiency and Quality of Care
Date:9/22/2009

Healthcare organizations facing complex and hard functional boundaries, as well as multiple levels of management must be redefined as whole processes and then be reengineered.

Phoenixville, PA (PRWEB) September 22, 2009 -- Industry leaders answering the call for significant healthcare reform are faced with complex, inflexible and outdated organizational models. To support them Corporate Health Initiatives Consulting, LLC (CorpHI), has developed a toolset that provides clients with a methodology to optimize the quality and speed with which their organizations respond to customers' changing needs.

Considering that the healthcare delivery system rewards inefficiency and it revolves around functions or "units" of care, there is no surprise for the lack of continuity between care sites or even incidents of care. As with other service industries, healthcare providers increasingly compete within a global marketplace based on performance measures such as access, responsiveness speed, personal service, accuracy and cost. CorpHI's processes are the result of thorough functions that lay the foundation for greater organizational learning and streamlined communication. Both are necessary to carry healthcare organizations from the stable environment of the past to the present world of constant change.

As ongoing pressure from healthcare consumers for quality and affordable healthcare is intensifying and the industry is scrambling to reinvent itself, a key success factor in reengineering healthcare will be the industry's ability to redefine itself. In that context, CorpHI assists healthcare organizations previously characterized by bureaucracy, complexity and functional boundaries in creating more flexible, customer focused enterprises that are adaptive to change. "Because of the large number of products and services in most healthcare organizations, the shift to a process orientat
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