Healthcare Quality Improvement Consulting

The possibilities for dramatically improving healthcare are limited only by our imagination, experience, and effort.

 
 
 
 

Consultancy Projects


1.       Intermountain Healthcare System, Salt Lake City, UT

2.       Harbin Clinic, Rome, GA

  • Diabetes-Related Complications Minimization Quality Improvement Initiative.

3.       Central Texas VA Healthcare System, Temple, TX

  • Influenza Vaccination Quality Improvement Initiative.

4.       Central Texas VA Healthcare System, Temple, TX

  • Hepatitis C Screening and Treatment Quality Improvement Initiative

5.       Ochsner Healthcare System, New Orleans, LA

6.       Utah Cancer Specialists, Salt Lake City, UT

  • Oncology Healthcare Quality Improvement Initiative

7.       Ochsner Healthcare System, New Orleans, LA

  • Oncology Healthcare Quality Improvement Initiative.

8.       VA Healthcare System:  Veterans Integrated Service Network 17, Dallas, TX

  • Hepatitis C Screening and Treatment Healthcare Quality Improvement Initiative.

9.       Sutter Health, Sacramento, CA

  • Hepatitis C Screening and Treatment Quality Improvement Initiative

10.    Healthcare System:  Contractually prohibited from disclosure

  • Treatment Disparities in Non-Squamous NSCLC Healthcare Quality Improvement Initiative.

11.    Intermountain Healthcare System, Salt Lake City, UT

  • Melanoma Early Diagnosis and Treatment Healthcare Quality Improvement Initiative

12.    Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals, Austin, TX

  • Management of Stroke Among Rural Communities in Texas Healthcare Quality Improvement Initiative.

13.    University of Michigan Health, Ann Arbor, MI

  • Quantifying & Correcting Performance Gaps Related to Urologist Referral to Medical Oncology for Perioperative Chemotherapy in the Management of Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer

14.    Austin Radiological Associates / Texas Oncology / Seton Healthcare, Austin, TX

  • Axillary Ultrasound as a Determinant of Care Process as it Relates to Breast Conserving Therapy Among Breast Cancer Patients in the Community Oncology Setting