Actionable, Accelerated Results for Rural & Community Hospitals

Helping Rural Providers Fund High Impact Projects

Introducing StroudwaterGCL Rural Healthcare Capital

COVID-19 RESPONSE:
Strategies & Tactics for Operational & Financial Improvement During COVID-19
  • Cash Flow Projection and Capital Planning Strategy
  • Payer Contract Review and Renegotiation
  • Interim Cost Report Modeling
  • Proactive Care Management
  • Primary Care Designation Design
  • Clinical Care Spectrum Development
  • Swing Bed Optimization
  • Emergency Department Throughput
  • Practice Throughput and Operations
  • Payer Contracting and Reimbursement Strategy
  • Cost Report Reviews
  • Facility Master Planning
URGENT
  • Cash Flow Projection and Capital Planning Strategy
  • Payer Contract Review and Renegotiation
  • Interim Cost Report Modeling
  • Proactive Care Management
INTERMEDIATE
  • Primary Care Designation Design
  • Clinical Care Spectrum Development
  • Swing Bed Optimization
  • Emergency Department Throughput
  • Practice Throughput and Operations
  • Payer Contracting and Reimbursement Strategy
LONG-TERM
  • Cost Report Reviews
  • Facility Master Planning

What We Do

Recent Insights

Resolving Chargemaster Errors to Recover Missed Revenue Opportunities

Challenge Carthage Area Hospital, a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital in Carthage, NY, was looking for a comprehensive way to manage their chargemaster (CDM) and develop a consistent method to establish pricing. To meet CMS’s 2021 Pricing Transparency requirements, all hospitals must now publish an online version of their chargemaster, making it easier for patients to…

Rural Affiliations During a Challenging Time

Stroudwater Associated was asked to advise Tyrone Hospital in an affiliations process with a larger healthcare system. Read the case study.

Aligning a Strategic Plan and Facility Plan for Future Success

In Indian River County, more than a decade of mistrust, suspicion and public controversy fed local headlines. This history colored interactions between the Indian River County Hospital District Board and the Board of Indian River Medical Center, creating a strained working relationship as the two entities struggled to share governance of the hospital.