Human Resources

Employee health plan, pharmacy assessment delivers $8.1 million savings and financial stability

The client The client is a two-campus East Coast health system comprises 600 inpatient beds in two hospitals, an outpatient facility, and various primary and specialty care practices across the region. Accredited by The Joint Commission and a three-time recipient of Magnet status, the system possesses a solid reputation for quality patient care, innovations in Read More >

Collaborative premium pay review delivers bottom-line savings, increases market competitiveness

The client Anderson Regional Medical Center (ARMC) has two acute care facilities, with 400 licensed beds. The hospitals are located in downtown Meridian, Mississippi, within a few blocks of each other and close to a competitor. The challenge Declining revenue and the anticipated impact of healthcare reform led the organization to conduct a systematic review Read More >

Collaboration key to exceeding original savings goal by 80% through compensation alignment

The client As a private, not-for-profit pediatric healthcare network, Children’s Hospital Colorado is 100% dedicated to caring for kids at all ages and stages of growth. They have almost 2,000 pediatric specialists and more than 5,000 full-time employees. The challenge Children’s was having one of their best financial years and was in the early stages Read More >

$6.5 million in annual savings delivered through paid leave, premium pay improvements

The client Large multi-state West Coast hospital system with 25,000 employees The challenge Each site had separate payroll and timekeeping systems as well as local Human Resources (HR) departments The approach The project began with detailed analysis of pay codes at the employee level Interviews were conducted to understand local markets and history of premium Read More >

$4.1 million savings achieved through paid leave, employee health plan improvements

The client Acute care 340 bed hospital in the Midwest The challenge The hospital had a complex paid leave program with accruals in employee groups that were both over and under market. Additionally, the employer cost of the health plan had been rising sharply, with a high percentage of total expense associated with chronic conditions. Read More >