As the transition to value-based care intensifies, hospitals and health systems are tasked with improving quality and enhancing the patient and provider experience – all while cutting overall expenditures and reducing the cost of care.

SullivanCotter offers proprietary tools and technology solutions to help health care organizations maximize operational efficiencies, measure performance, and enhance results in a way that is transparent for patients, providers and other key stakeholders.


Analyze and visualize pay and clinical productivity to support the compensation decision-making process

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Physician Needs Assessment

Identify the right amount and type of physician specialties to operate effectively in the markets you serve with comprehensive physician supply and demand information

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Provider Performance Management Technology™

Administer, manage and report on physician and APP compensation and performance data

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Surveys and Research

Make highly informed decisions using compensation and performance benchmarking surveys

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Learn how tools and technologies can help measure performance and drive results.

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