Strategic Planning, Process Improvement & Project Management
Effective strategic planning, process improvement, and project management are critical to delivering the best care and services in the right place and at the right time. We help clients create realistic plans, with the coaching and mentoring needed so that strategic planning and process improvement become standardized, sustainable activities the organization can improve upon over time.
What Challenges You
Health and human services organizations need clear, actionable strategies to develop and achieve goals and future plans. While they may excel in providing quality patient care and member support, limited resources, expertise, or time can create challenges in generating and executing strategic initiatives and supporting internal skillset advancement.
As a result, they may be unable to implement and operationalize effective planning, process improvement, or project management that could take their service delivery to the next level.
Why Choose Us
What sets us apart isn’t what we’ve done, it’s how. Together with healthcare delivery, policy, and reform experts, we offer a unique blend of content and process expertise that drives innovation—and results. Our Lean and Six Sigma-certified professionals have spent their careers operationalizing change at state agencies, medical centers, and other health and human services organizations.
How We Can Help
1Collaboration is a cornerstone of our practice; we’ll dive in to understand what matters to you and how we can help.
2Our team can build a strategy that connects your mission and vision with operational performance.
3We’ll provide the infrastructure you need to implement your strategy and proactively engage employees in the process.
Critical Thinking and Continuous Assessment for Transformational Change
In collaboration with several partners, we demonstrated our agility in establishing a COVID-19 vaccination clinic in central Massachusetts in a matter of weeks. Our zero-waste processes for scheduling, check-in, and vaccine administration allowed for a seamless flow and minimal wait times. In conjunction with other vaccine activities, such as a mobile clinic, we administered over 100,000 vaccines to residents, with visits averaging a total of only 30 minutes.