Attadale helps medical providers face today's challenges, including reimbursement pressure, consumer focus, and regulatory change.

Integrated Networks

Planing services and defining tangible paths for growth requires information on both customers and competitors. Tailoring recommendations to the local market and a provider’s strengths drives real results.

Hospitals

Attadale research shows that 78% of hospital revenue growth from 2005 to 2015 came from outpatient services. To keep up with today’s demands, our clients see a need to change the way they care for patients and alter their available services. We help our clients chart the right path forward.

Skilled Nursing

Pressure to reduce duration of stay for rehab patients, increasing use of home health agencies, the proliferation of retail rehabilitation clinics, and a nationwide shortage of nurses are making it harder every day for skilled nursing facilities to care for our aging population.  Our clients look to us to redefine their business as the traditional model becomes unsustainable.

Assisted and Independent Living

As seniors are waiting longer to leave their homes, new challenges are facing the senior real estate market. High end offerings and more sophisticated medical services are increasingly used to compete. Attadale defines the community’s needs to prioritize offerings for client differentiation.

 

Attadale has broad experience implementing change in healthcare. To retain our services or to learn more about our capabilities and experience, contact us at info@attadalepartners.com or our North American headquarters at 847.330.6310.

News and Notes

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Geoff Colgan interviewed by Benchmark Portal on role of Big Data in contact centers
Attadale’s Joe Uttech elected to American Society of Quality (ASQ) Chicago Section Executive Board
Attadale Quality drives successful multi-site A-SPICE Capability Level 3 Assessment
Attadale Analytics referenced in HBS Case #9-314-003 for healthcare innovation