As the healthcare industry progresses with rapid changes, and more health systems have an increased need for management oversight, RoundTable is pleased to announce the expansion of its Healthcare Consulting and Management services to bring value to its partners.  The leadership has expanded its team with seasoned industry consultants with a combined 80 years of experience collaborating on meeting the complex needs of the health systems and their service line leaders.

“Having worked with health systems, physician groups, specialists and support staff throughout all disciplines in medicine, in a fast-changing environment, we understand that running an effective healthcare organization is not an easy task,” says Scott Ketchen, CEO, RoundTable Strategic Solutions.  “The challenges remain consistent – new reimbursement models; lack of leadership; poor communication; failed hiring processes; inadequate EMR training, implementation and maintenance; broken pay structure; neglected patient relations; among others. By providing comprehensive healthcare consulting and management services via industry leaders, RoundTable is overseeing the operational challenges and providing holistic strategic solutions, while assisting our clients to focus on their main goal: maintaining a reputable status of providing quality care for their patients.”

By utilizing its core competencies, the RoundTable Practice Management team offers services including: service line development, practice assessment, strategic marketing design and optimization, physician compensation design, clinical care team redesign, merger and acquisition,  operational efficiency and workflow optimization, revenue cycle analysis and optimization planning, interim management support, and access design and optimization.

With a national footprint, RoundTable will continue providing quality healthcare consulting services to organizations in support of the industry shift to the value-based patient care model.  “We heard the need from our clients, and we are thrilled to focus on what will be most impactful for them,” sums up Ketchen.