Consolidation and Integration

Leveraging laboratory resources across multiple sites to enhance service delivery and financial performance.

Current healthcare reform initiatives require all providers to pursue the efficient and effective use of diminishing financial, facility, intellectual, and human resources. Even organizations that have deployed some level of consolidation and integration must continuously seek improvement.

  • Strategy Assessment
Understand your strategy and goals through a review of organizational strategic objectives and interviews with key leaders and customers; determine the degree of consensus among leadership
  • Assessment of Operations
Quantitative assessment through benchmarking and peer comparison; qualitative assessment through expert review of clinical and business operations; identification of opportunities for improvement
  • Operational Options
    and Models
Presentation of operational options to implement opportunities identified during the assessment including ROI; facilitation of decision process to finalize models, options, and strategy
  • Organizational Structure
Review of organizational and legal structure options in use in the laboratory industry today; recommendation of structure that is a best fit for the chosen strategy
  • Business Plan
Implementation plan for chosen strategy that details tasks, timelines, capital needs, and organizational structure; includes pro forma financial statements


Consolidation and integration remain viable strategies for optimization of laboratory resources.  Chi senior consultants support and expedite your ability to achieve measurable change to ensure success in the current economic environment.

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