Practice Workflow Analysis is a method that standardizes and streamlines redundant, fragmented healthcare processes while performing at their highest efficiency and remaining profitable.
We believe these workflows, when done correctly, can:
From private practices, hospitals to community clinics, we specifically tailor the workflow processes to meet your organization’s needs — instituting patient care from admission to discharge.
We aim to ensure all staff within a group or system meets the same best practices defined by the healthcare organization.
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Understanding workflow allows healthcare professionals to make complex business decisions, such as determining the most effective workflow design for the highest efficiency and care quality.
There is no reason to fear the consultant or their recommendations. The motivation behind gathering the data is to enhance patient care and foster a healthy and prosperous organization.
Here are the steps of a practice workflow analysis:
Together with the healthcare providers, we discuss workflow analysis within the scope of the clinic’s mission and vision. This knowledge equips our team by providing meaning and direction for the process.
We collect facts and decide how the staff will offer services, including the summary of the tasks, in order of importance, completion time, role delegation, and several other essential variables influencing workflow.
We document the findings by using knowledge and skill to recognize problems within the system, including delays, bottlenecks, or backlogs in the care delivery process. Then, we will draw comparisons between the practice’s processes and systems employed by similar practices (benchmarks) to support these findings. We then present these findings to practice leaders and work with them to create a vision of what aspects of the workflow process to address.
With the practice leaders and staff, we work to develop a plan for redesigning their process for delivering care to patients. This step incorporates best practices and identifies improvement opportunities to implement a new, more productive workflow process.