Strategic Advisory Services
Every hospital needs a focused strategy for growth and change, but not every organization is equipped with resources to tackle this process on their own.
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Meet Our Industry Expert in Strategic Initiatives
Lee Ann Lambdin, FACHE SVP of Healthcare Strategy
Our team of healthcare data experts are trained to guide the strategic planning process in a way that will engage your entire organization. Gain buy-in from leadership down to entry level employees through a well-tested system of meetings, discussions, and interactions. We’ll help you realize untapped opportunities for growth and engage every team member along the way.
At times, leadership teams need the support of an outside partner for short-term, customized, strategic initiatives. Guiding teams through growth, strategy, and business development discussions, Stratasan can provide data-backed insights that will facilitate strategic conversations and uncover opportunities for growth.
Physician & Provider Demand (Physician Needs Analysis)
It is crucial for a hospital to meet the needs of the community by growing service lines through physician and provider recruitment. Stratasan’s Community Physician and Provider Demand Analysis is a service that outlines the inventory of providers (both physicians and advanced practice providers in a market), calculates a demographically adjusted demand model based on a weighted average of several models, and adjusts for potential provider retirements.
Healthy Communities (CHNA)
As an integral part of their community, hospitals have a tremendous opportunity to be involved in the improvement of the health of that community. In an effort to best meet the needs of the communities served, hospitals should periodically connect with their populations to gain insight into the health of their community and how they can best serve them. A well-executed Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) goes well beyond compliance and adds value to any community and hospital system. Stratasan takes hospitals through a 5-stages CHNA process: (1) Market Research Analysis; (2) Secondary Data Gathering; (3) Primary Research; including focus groups, phone surveys, etc; (4) Community Engagement via a Community Health Summit; (5) Final Report suitable for website.