In an environment where capital for facilities is scarce, providers seek the lowest cost settings for their physical assets. We help clients evaluate the costs and benefits of pursuing (or not pursuing) a capital investment, whether for a single building, an entire campus, or an ambulatory network.
In this series, we discuss the viability of capital investments in terms of payback period, market share, utilization, staffing costs, operating expense, and energy efficiency.
Through hotspotting, resources and services can be allocated to the locations with the highest utilization potential. The ability to anticipate disease prevalence and utilization patterns in a population health environment impacts facility and programmatic decisions.
Facility Condition Assessments, Existing Building Commissioning (RetroCx), and Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) techniques that optimize facility infrastructure performance and help prioritize strategic capital needs.