Never have the challenges and opportunities in healthcare been greater. Technologic, societal and market forces are transforming healthcare by altering our notion of how care is delivered, where it is delivered and, by whom. Rapid change requires creative responses and strategic solutions. Demand for improved patient care with enhanced service at lower costs is an essential requirement of any care delivery model ranging from self-care to intensive care. The demands represent a tsunami of change that is redesigning our traditional approach to care.
Achieving more affordable and high-quality healthcare is in everyone’s best interest. CREO's healthcare consulting experts help organizations navigate the shifting paradigm in transforming healthcare to their advantage—and to the advantage of people throughout the world.
We serve all types of healthcare delivery organizations ranging from smaller operations to large, complex delivery systems and provider groups.
Healthcare reform, advances in technology and the emergence of new delivery care models are challenging the industry. The pace of change is accelerating. As a result, more healthcare innovation is needed for organizations to succeed during this time of dramatic change. Yet, despite all of the rhetoric surrounding the need for innovation in healthcare, it is frequently lacking. Why? In large measure the answer lies with the pre-existing culture of most healthcare organizations. Understanding and assessing your culture is an important pre-cursor for healthcare leaders to consider as part of any effort to drive innovation.
Calls for dramatic performance improvement are much more public and open than at any time in recent history. The triad of increased quality, improved service and reduced costs represent the fundamental areas where changes in healthcare must—and will—occur over the coming decade. Is your team up to the task? The senior leaders of The CREO Network have walked in your footsteps and bring a wealth of managerial experiences as your resource for addressing local care delivery needs and strategies.