We’re committed to forging new paths and partnerships that help healthcare systems improve clinical outcomes, expand access to care, and optimize operational efficiencies. These services & solutions are geared to advance your practice and improve patient outcomes.
Combining proven Lean Sigma methodologies with extensive change management expertise, we work directly with your healthcare administration leaders and care teams to find solutions to the unique challenges at your site impacting operational efficiency, staff satisfaction and performance, and the patient experience.
We have successfully led more than 120 hospital and clinic engagements in a wide range of cardiovascular settings, including cardiac catheterization (cath) and electrophysiology (EP) labs, hybrid operating room (OR) settings, and outpatient clinics.
Healthcare optimization engagements are always customized to meet your specific goals. Whether it’s building a new program or refining an existing one, we’re here to help you expand patient access, improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of healthcare delivery, and ensure sustainable success.
Focus your care on at-risk patients with actionable insights from our remote patient monitoring solutions. Together, we can help reduce the cost of care¹ and improve outcomes2 for patients with complex, chronic, co-morbid conditions.
Our disease management programs, clinical decision support technology, and patient outreach services help escalate at-risk patients and help enable stronger clinical decision-making.
Our patient engagement solutions are designed to offer an optimal experience for patients to securely share their health information daily. Explore our options for user-friendly remote monitoring platforms and biometric peripheral devices.
Medical necessity will dictate site of service for each individual patient. Physicians should confirm inpatient or outpatient admission criteria before selecting site of service.
Stanhope, KM, et al. (2016). Telemonitoring reduced costs and inpatient visitation rates for patients with advanced cardiovascular disease: A matched Cohort Study.
Darkins A, Kendall S, Edmonson E, Young M, Stressel P. Reduced cost and mortality using home telehealth to promote self-management of complex chronic conditions: a retrospective matched cohort study of 4,999 veteran patients. Telemed J E Health 2015 Jan; 21(1):70-6. This study is based on MCMS solutions and Medtronic data combined with third-party solutions and data, which are not necessarily identical to the MCMS solution or Medtronic data.