As health care organizations are tasked with delivering higher quality care at a lower cost, effective strategies to improve the performance of executives, physicians, advanced practice providers and other key employees are critical.

SullivanCotter helps hospitals and health systems leverage workforce and organizational performance data to better inform their leaders and employees, ensure competitiveness and measure results. We deliver industry-leading solutions that help organizations turn data into insights that inform workforce strategies and processes.

Leveraging our proprietary Workforce Insights360™ database and technologywe combine data-driven insights, relevant comparative analyses and customized design recommendations to inform the right solutions to support your organization’s needs by helping to:

  • Develop a career architecture
  • Redefine job levels by setting objective standards and progression gates
  • Align actual job duties to external market data
  • Harmonize job codes and titles
  • Identify incumbents assigned to the incorrect job
  • Support the transition to new ERP systems
  • Understand internal and market workforce demographics
  • Evaluate size of workforce against market
  • Consider how the shape of the workforce influences cost and progression
  • Assess true competitiveness of the workforce

Additionally, with a comprehensive suite of proprietary data, and extensive insight into the industry’s growing collection of externally-published ratings, rankings and quality benchmarks reports, SullivanCotter’s Performance Analytics and Advisory Services (PAAS) are uniquely positioned to help organizations measure and assess performance across the care continuum.

In an industry driven by information, turning data into actionable insights is a top priority for hospitals and health systems nationwide. With a growing network of hospitals, the volume of patient, provider and performance data is increasing and comes with a number of complexities and nuances – making it difficult for organizations to properly evaluate and benchmark their performance in relation to peers. SullivanCotter can help to ensure focus on the right set of goals, identifying areas for meaningful improvement, and developing targeted approaches to support incremental change within health care organizations.

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