Hospitals: Processes

The basis for the organisation of predefined hospital-internal treatment processes and patient care procedures should not be limited to internal clinical experience, as the progression of knowledge and competition is ever present. This requires a constant adjustment of the internal knowledge base vis-a-vis the best external sources in order to ensure adequate and competitive health care provision. 

Additional elements of our process-management

  • Identification and quantification of risk-adjusted potential efficiency enhancements
  • Analysis of process-structures, identification of potential bottlenecks
  • Evidence-based adaptation of the process controls, with special focus on preliminary diagnosis and transfer-management (over-, under- and inappropriate supply)
  • Review of resource input and utilization (staff and material expenses) in relation to the medical outcome
  • Moderation of process-reorganization
  • And other