For large and small, public and private providers, we have answers.
Today’s healthcare environment is putting providers of all sizes at a critical crossroads. On one hand, it offers a unique opportunity to be part of a more efficient, more patient-focused, more sustainable healthcare delivery system. On the other, the need to adapt to constant change is putting further strain on already scarce resources.
HMA has the knowledge and resources to help providers prosper in today’s environment. We can help large and small, public and private providers create effective market strategies, improve patient care processes, address technology challenges, optimize publicly funded reimbursement, prepare for value-based payment, navigate accreditation requirements, assess waiver opportunities, solve operations issues, negotiate with employee groups and we can even provide executive staff support. Resources for providers include:
HMA Community Strategies—creating connections between providers and community organizations and finding new ways to improve outcomes and reduce costs. Learn more about our HMA Community Strategies.
Healthcare Transformation Institute—combining the expertise of clinical, operational, financial, administrative, managed care, long-term services and supports and behavioral health experts to transform health systems, both within single entities and multiple-provider organizations. Learn more about our Healthcare Transformation Institute.
Investment services—providing customized research reports including in-depth state budget and policy research, regulatory and reimbursement trend analysis, delivery system assessments, competitive market evaluations, outreach to stakeholders and other technical support to companies that provide healthcare services. Learn more about investment services.
Behavioral health services—providing comprehensive program assessments and strategic planning; assisting with service and capacity expansion including implementing integrated behavioral and primary care; facilitating partnerships and coordinating healthcare with other healthcare, housing, employment and recovery support systems; and helping to identify and secure new funding sources. Learn more about behavioral health services.
Correctional health services—integrating behavioral and physical healthcare, analyzing reimbursement arrangements, evaluating efficiency and effectiveness and reviewing contract compliance and quality improvement. Learn more about correctional health services.
Managed care services—cultivating new partnerships between payers and providers, improving operations, bringing value and supporting greater alignment and efficiency. Learn more about managed care services.
HMA Information Services—providing the ultimate reference for Medicaid information with the most comprehensive data available, all in one location. Learn more about our HMA Information Services.
Clinical services—providing on-the-ground insight into the delivery of care from former health system executives, practice nurse leaders, clinicians and others. Learn more about clinical services.
Healthcare IT advisory services—providing IT gap assessment including organizational initiatives, IT planning and budgeting, IT procurement support, IT implementation support including project management and independent verification and validation and review of information systems for compliance with HIPAA and other federal laws and regulations. Learn more about healthcare IT advisory services.
Data analytics—collecting raw data and turning it into interactive dashboards and other decision support tools, analyzing and presenting multi-dimensional data and evaluating the design and effectiveness of proposed or existing data management systems. Learn more about data analytics.
Community needs assessment—meeting statutory requirements for completing a community needs assessment, supporting strategic planning and strategic decision making to coordinate healthcare delivery with other resources such as housing and employment, cultivating new partnerships with community organizations and identifying strategies for improving care to vulnerable populations.
Long-term services and supports—supporting provider effectiveness through expert policy analysis, consulting, training, market assessment and business strategy and redesign to anticipate and respond to state and federal payer expectations and to new models of service delivery and financing, including managed care and accountable care organizations. Learn more about long-term services and supports.
Procurement services—writing timely and effective RFPs and RFAs, developing strategy, conducting performance opportunity and feasibility analyses, writing proposals, managing projects and implementing plans and programs.