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Even before the pandemic, hospitals and healthcare systems were facing enormous economic and clinical challenges. The aging of the population and ever-increasing healthcare costs were already putting immense pressure on healthcare systems. However, the COVID-19 crisis completely disrupted hospital activities.
Hospitals are slowly but surely trying to resume regular operations, but they are also faced with a multifaceted challenge: fighting COVID-19 at the frontlines, optimizing reduced capacity, and providing care to patients who are afraid to come to the hospital.
We can help you optimize planning and implement new processes using data and decision-making tools to help resume elective procedures, while maintaining safety and maximizing constrained resources.
The pandemic has put enormous pressure on hospitals worldwide. Hospitals are confronted with:
We want to help you find solutions to your bottlenecks by using our proven methodology to co-design and implement solutions that can improve your procedures and their outcomes.
We propose a transformative partnership model to help solve the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and help health systems transition to a 'new normal'.
In resuming elective procedures, hospitals are confronted with numerous bottlenecks and challenges. With the deep clinical expertise of Integrated Health Solutions by your side, we can help you prepare for adapted operations by leveraging analytics to inform your decisions, optimizing virtual and local care delivery models for your specific population.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created enormous workload for clinicians. And the backlog of delayed regular procedures during the acute wave created a huge capacity gap in the hospital (WHY).
IHS can offer a phased approach to optimize and release capacity (HOW).
Adoption of virtual tools has soared because of COVID-19. Virtual care is particularly helpful for vulnerable and remote patient populations, but also for those concerned about safety. Our team can help you design integrated patient pathways that combine virtual and in-person care within your local clinic operations to help improve access to timely, safe care while keeping providers and patients connected