Kurt Salmon is the consulting firm for health care organizations that refuse to compromise between mission and business success.
The leaders we work with want to keep the patient at the center of their strategies while evolving their organizations to cope with the flood of change and uncertainty that is currently disrupting the U.S. health care market.
Our clients believe there should be no trade-off between the most effective patient care and the best business performance. So do we.
Kurt Salmon helps build health care organizations that are uniquely relevant to the emerging reality of health care in the 21st century.
We believe that patient-centered, operationally efficient, information-enabled health care organizations are best able to thrive in uncertain markets. So we offer our clients four discreet—but linked—services:
- Facility and Capital Assets
- Operations and Performance Improvement
- Information Technology
Three things set us apart. The first is our understanding of how these four pillars of the successful 21st-century health care organization interact. Our strategic approach and integrated perspective means that our work in each of these areas is informed by an understanding of its consequences for the other areas.
- That means our advice works in practice, not just in theory.
The second is our ability to connect as peers with your senior team and help them own the emerging solution.
- That means we partner with leadership to develop solutions with the internal support to make it off the page and into reality.
The third is our commitment to put your interests before ours—always.
- That translates into unbiased and uncompromised recommendations that keep you true to your mission.
The benefit to you? Sustainable competitive advantage to deliver the best possible outcome for patients. Specifically:
- Strategies that your organization can actually implement and that create sustainable competitive advantage, because they are rooted in a deep understanding of patient and physician needs and a clear-eyed view of their operational implications
- Optimized facilities that enable the most efficient and flexible use of space for current and future market demands
- Operations that deliver the best possible patient experience while minimizing costs
- Information systems environments that maximize performance and shape future competitive possibilities