Optimizing workforce performance is a top priority for hospitals, health systems and medical groups nationwide as they work to transform care delivery.

As the focus on team-based care intensifies, aligning and engaging physicians and advanced practice providers to work together more effectively is now more important than ever.

SullivanCotter provides the data, experience and insight organizations need to develop comprehensive strategies to address emerging team-based models of care, leadership teams and structures, total compensation plans and the workforce planning programs necessary to support them.

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