Ensuring a focus on the right things is important for any company. In the healthcare industry, dealing with major changes in government regulation, unprecedented cost pressures, new growth initiatives (e.g., acquisitions) and the unchartered territory of health insurance exchanges, it is more important than ever.
Pcubed has a long history of helping healthcare organizations including Novant Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Mountain States Health Alliance, Sutter Health, and Healthfirst implement crucial best practices in portfolio and program management or deliver M&A value.
Pcubed's portfolio management best practices commonly identify discretionary spend savings of at least 10-50% of capital investment budgets. Read More ›
Using our best practices and proven approach, organizations are able to swiftly implement standardized processes and tools that guide the optimal selection, prioritization and planning of projects and programs in line with strategic objectives and resource capabilities – frequently achieving in a matter of months what organizations can typically take years to deliver.
Our standardized approach is adapted to a company's culture and strategic drivers, reviewing the value of enabled projects through realistic business cases and a strategic prioritization that optimially defines the company's project portfolio.
The most common derailment of busienss change is ignoring the process, people and cultural adaptation needs of the organization. Read More ›
Pcubed's change management focus helps organizations identfy and implement the change management requirements needed to embed the business transformation, develop a culture of project management and/or drive accountabilty and strategic focus.
Ensuring that the anticipated benefits from any acquisition or divestiture is realized demands carefully managing the complex array of organizational, process and technology challenges these strategic initiatives encompass. Read More ›
Legacy systems, operational procedures, organizational structures, regulatory compliance, quality and performance metrics, and communications all need to be addressed in an integrated plan that achieves operational effectiveness and avoids common pitfalls.