Public pressure is mounting for dramatic improvement in the efficiency, effectiveness and quality of health and human services in the United States. Spending continues to grow at a substantial rate, despite the need for improved clinical outcomes. Government agencies, provider organizations, health plans and employers are all developing and implementing a range of strategies to both improve quality and control costs.
On a broad scale there is a need to sustain a healthier population via the integration of physical health, behavioral health, and social needs to provide whole person care. Transforming health care will ensure clients receive better care at a lower cost via development of coordinated care systems, adherence to evidence-based interventions and commitment to client engagement.
Leveraging technology for cost-effective, quality healthcare.
Technology is a key enabler of healthcare transformation and the transition to value-based purchasing. Envision Consulting can assist you with this. Electronic health records, client care management solutions and other clinical technology will be essential for organizations to enhance client services and optimize business opportunities under healthcare reform provisions. Efficient exchange of information to integrate complex clinical workflows with the business processes of health and human service organizations will also spell success in the future.
The care management framework for individuals or groups of clients incorporates assessment, risk management… Read more.
Quality & Compliance
Quality is doing the right thing for the right client, at the right time, and doing it well. It is the degree to which service is safe… Read more.
In 2009, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) was signed into law. This has resulted in significant adoption of EHR…Read more.
Envision Consulting helps clients succeed in this new healthcare landscape through strategic program planning and deployment, quality improvement, innovative technology and effective education for all stakeholders.