Hospitals & Health Systems
For today’s hospital and health system providers, positioning for long-term success in a value-based world requires significant investments in processes, technology, and programs designed to keep people out of facilities. If you’re preparing to play in the pay-for-performance game, your organization may be taking a financial hit. We understand the forces impacting our clients and can help you effectively balance risk and opportunity to achieve your goals.
Our clients range from community hospitals to multi-billion dollar health systems, and they rely on their partnership with us to help them best deliver services that keep people — and providers’ bottom lines — healthy. Our audit, tax, and management consulting experts can help you focus your organizational efforts on repositioning services, evaluating partnerships and consistently reducing costs and improving outcomes to reach your long-term goals.
Areas of Focus
Maximizing the bottom line for healthcare executives
Hospitals and Health Systems Thought Leadership
A roadmap for hospitals to better collaborate with skilled nursing facilitiesHospitals and other care providers are going to have to join forces to gain efficiencies and improve outcomes in today's value-based environment. Since healthcare is a team sport, here's how to choose the best players.
Seven steps to keep Americans healthy, with or without ObamacareAmid uncertainty over U.S. healthcare policy, here are seven solutions that could help fix our health care dilemma.
Paying for value-based care: Strap in for a bumpy ride back to profitabilityPositioning for long-term success in a value-based world requires significant investments in technology, processes, and programs to keep people healthy. But the investments will pay dividends.
Collaboration can pave road to profits for tertiary specialistsWhile offering prestigious specialty care can be profitable, collaborating rather than competing with neighboring hospitals and health systems may actually strengthen your brand and prove more lucrative in the long run.
“Uberization” makes healthcare more convenient and affordable. How will you respond?On-demand access to doctors and other healthcare providers? There's an app for that.
Rolling up medical practices? Here are five steps to takeThese five steps can help as you join the growing number of medical practices, hospital systems, and private equity investors that are merging to beat economic pressures.
Tandem365 video case study: New collaboration care model drives readmission rates from 23 percent to 4 percentIn this video, part of our “The Bottom Line” series, Mina Breuker, CEO of Holland Home, and Teresa Toland, CEO of Tandem 365 discuss how acute/post-acute collaborations can deliver better outcomes for patients and providers.
Our clients say
Plante Moran has been much more than an auditing firm for McLaren Health Corporation. During the past several years, we have experienced significant growth through acquisitions. The Plante Moran team has assisted us with multiple due diligence activities on these acquisitions as well as numerous bond issuances. The knowledge they provided to us as a result of their analyses meant that we were able to effectively evaluate the risks and rewards of moving forward with these organizations. We wouldn’t work with an advisory firm that couldn’t deliver at Plante Moran’s level. They’ve been a vital partner in the successful incorporation of these affiliates into our organization.
Our expertise and services run broad and deep. Our professional team includes many former healthcare industry leaders, and we bring that knowledge and experience to you, delivering specific, actionable operational, financial, and strategic solutions.
Our team is well positioned to bring each of our clients comprehensive, uniquely customized solutions — and results — in the areas of audit and tax compliance, operational improvement, IT strategy, reimbursement optimization, litigation/valuation consulting, real estate development consulting, and care coordination across the continuum.