HEALTHCARE MARKET STRATEGY

ERDMAN uses state-of-the-art proprietary clinical and healthcare market data to determine your best options for defining services, locations, and partners, based on the behavior of your populations, spending patterns, disease prevalence, and competitive opportunity at a block-by-block geographic level. We then support a strategic plan that encompasses facilities, service lines, brand, and provider network to achieve your goals.

  1. Ambulatory Strategy: Defining geographically-based strategies for facility location and physician alignment built on current and forecasted clinical need and consumer spending preferences, with a focus on patient-centered services
  1. Service Line Strategy: ROI-based strategies to deliver optimal service composition and distribution, supported by clinical and economic healthcare market understanding of primary care, acute, behavioral, urgent, and post-acute requirements

SCOTT CULLEN

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT & CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER

“There is no question that the whole model is shifting toward more outpatient care. The question is, where do we place services for the best possible outcomes, both clinical and financial?”

KEY EXAMPLES

Focusing on patient experience drives improvement—and helps differentiate

How can a large university hospital successfully branch out and offer convenient ambulatory care in a dense urban healthcare market?

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