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Novia Strategies Congratulates Piedmont Healthcare, Winner of ECRI Institute’s 2016 Healthcare Supply Chain Achievement Award

Press Release: May 31, 2016 POWAY, Calif. — Novia Strategies, Inc. congratulates Piedmont Healthcare, a winner of ECRI Institute’s prestigious 2016 Healthcare Supply Chain Achievement Award. Piedmont, a Novia Strategies client, is one of only 12 healthcare facilities in the United States to earn the recognition. Now in its fifth year, this prestigious award honors healthcare Read More >

Care Transitions: From the ED to ICU

Recently I began the series Optimal Outcomes in Care Transitions. The first article in this series focused on outlining the key transition points in patient care and discussed how to evaluate your organization’s performance when transitioning patients from the community into the ED. If you haven’t done so already, I would highly recommend reading the Read More >

Novia Strategies Welcomes Aric Whitington, Project Associate

Healthcare consulting firm expands consulting team to continue to deliver outstanding client service April 4, 2016 POWAY, Calif. — Novia Strategies, one of the nation’s leading clinician-owned healthcare consulting firms, is pleased to welcome Aric Whitington to the firm’s Non Labor consulting team as a Project Associate. “We are excited to have Aric join our Read More >

Clinical Transformation: Move the change curve

Today’s healthcare environment provides many challenges and opportunities for hospital and healthcare leaders to consistently identify and manage financial challenges, government mandates, physician-hospital relationships – always with quality and safety as top of mind. There is frequently some “burning platform” either internal to the organization or a driving force external to the organization that calls Read More >

Clinical Transformation: Understand the culture

Today’s healthcare environment provides many challenges and opportunities for hospital and healthcare leaders to consistently identify and manage financial challenges, government mandates, physician-hospital relationships – always with quality and safety as top of mind. There is frequently some “burning platform” either internal to the organization or a driving force external to the organization that calls Read More >