Accelero has been working with healthcare networks and facilities for over sixteen years. In this time, we have developed numerous tools, best practices and methodologies to create market-leading orthopedic programs. As part of this tool set, we have defined seven Success Factors that are the key to effectively managing the service line.
The success factors reveal where your strengths and opportunities reside, and importantly, the strategies and tactics needed to drive advancement and improvement in each area:
- Reinforce Program Infrastructure
- Balance Goals
- Link Care Continuum
- Engage Physicians
- Integrate Referral Sources
- Strengthen Customer Service
- Build a Brand Strategy
We use the most current best practices and lean methodology to remove waste and improve the efficiency of your processes while ensuring superior outcomes. We benchmark your data against the competition and provide solutions that will ensure the best clinical-outcomes for a lower overall cost of care. Accelero has identified 287 criteria for a high performing joint replacement program, with similar criteria for spine, fracture care and outpatient. Comparing the hospital program to these criteria will help to isolate the areas in need of improvement. Then the necessary processes or programs can be implemented to meet or exceed program requirements.
Unlike most consulting firms, Accelero personnel work with your staff at your facility to implement the necessary processes and procedures, allowing our customers to enjoy the benefits much sooner. This interaction helps to educate hospital personnel, understand internal dynamics and implement the processes that are necessary to achieve results. Additionally, Accelero will facilitate project teams, provide resource experts for specialized areas and help to foster relationships between administration, staff and physicians for long-term success. We foster cross-functional relations through education and communication, and make sure all key stakeholders are included in decisions affecting the service line.