Client Success

Our broad array of healthcare clients includes many of the industry’s most prestigious organizations.  We work with medical groups across the continuum – integrated delivery systems, academic medical centers, community hospitals, and post-acute and venture-backed facilities – to reach previously unattainable results in care delivery, quality and value-based care.

Case Studies

Jordan Hospital

Amid the uncertainty and anxiety of healthcare reform, the medical staff turned to The Croes~Oliva Group for education about the current reimbursement environment, the mandate for change, and the options for integration...

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Boston Children’s Hospital

Working together, administrators, clinicians and The Croes~Oliva Group set out to create an Ambulatory Patient Care Delivery Model designed to ensure the delivery of quality care – effectively and efficiently.

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Benchmark Senior Living

Faced with rising employee healthcare costs and competition in the senior living industry, as well as a desire to play ball with local ACOs, BSL leadership was ready to embrace an innovative approach. Together, leadership and The Croes~Oliva Group evaluated the feasibility, viability and practicality of providing on-site primary care and health services to residents and staff alike.

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Testimonials

"The Croes~Oliva Group joined forces with our staff to reconfigure operations to help us to manage increased patient volume and our clinical affiliations throughout the area. The additional challenge was convincing all of us that it could happen. The Croes•Oliva Group's assessments and strategies were on target." Constance A. Howes, FACHE, President and CEO, Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island
Constance A. Howes, FACHE, President and CEO
Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island
“Thanks to The Croes~Oliva Group, we accomplished what many faculty practice plans find elusive, if not downright impossible: to operate cost-effectively while still respecting the delivery of quality care, and to hold sacrosanct research and teaching time. We learned that generating clinical revenue is the surest way to protect research and teaching time.”
Jeff Hyams, M.D., Former Chairman
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center – Faculty Practice Plan

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Clients

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