The Corazon Team of Service Line Experts has worked with all types of hospitals and physician practices across the country, and our clients can attest to the success we've helped them achieve through our proven models and results-driven approach. We value our close working relationship with all of our clients, and take pride in the results. See what your industry colleagues have to say about our work!
The Good Samaritan Hospital has been working with Corazon for many years. Through this partnership, Corazon has always been on the cutting edge; providing superior services. I believe that Corazon has the best interest of our organization in mind, and therefore, has contributed to our success!Robert Longo President & CEO, Good Samaritan Health System
It was great working with Corazon as they partnered with us to develop the cardiovascular program at Memorial Hospital. The consultants helped with everything we needed to do, from assisting with the organizational structure to suggesting ways to advance the market share. They were a great resource, worked well with employees, facilitated discussions, and recruited to build our team.Michael Hady Vice President of Business Development, Memorial Hospital
Corazon, Inc. provided consistent support to our hospital during a critical time with a great deal of success and enhanced our ability to provide exceptional patient care. They constantly provide quality services to Northside Hospital allowing us to meet the needs of our community.Steve Hudson Chief Finance Officer, Northside Hospital-Cherokee
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The Corazon Team has had the pleasure of working with a diverse group of hospitals and physician practices from coast to coast.
Download a Case Study to read about the work we’ve completed at a few select client sites, and the impressive results we’ve helped these organizations achieve.
Corazon client DePaul Medical Center, part of the BonSecours Health System, has a long, rich history as a faith-based healthcare provider. Challenges of declining reimbursement, the need for significant capital investment, competition for physician expertise, and outmigration of tertiary patients to competitors had made it increasingly difficult for Bon Secours to meet the comprehensive healthcare needs of the community.
A Georgia hospital worked with Corazon for several years in developing expanded cardiovascular services. Upon establishing the broad service line structure, the hospital leadership realized a need for a full-time Director of Cardiovascular Services. Corazon's existing knowledge of the facility and the dedication of the medical center team led to a placement within two months of kicking off the search, allowing for a smooth transition as the new program and service line structure were finalized.
Gwinnett Medical Center partnered with Corazon to provide advanced levels of cardiac services, including coronary interventions and surgery, both much needed in their community. Starting in 2003 with a program plan and a Certificate of Need application, the expansion included a parallel track which allowed care to begin even sooner. Since going live, both programs have far exceeded their projected volumes and the hospital continues to receive recognition for their high quality cardiovascular program.
Memorial Hospital in York, Pennsylvania made Primary Stroke Center development a priority based on the healthcare needs of their community and recent legislative changes in their state. To that end, they worked with Corazon to pursue accreditation and implemented the CEREBROS™ Stroke Patient Management and Navigation System. Following Memorial's transition to the Cerner Electronic Health Record, interfaces were developed to fully integrate CEREBROS™ throughout the full episode of care for the stroke patient population.
Mercy Medical Center - North Iowa has a long, rich history as a faith-based, not-for-profit healthcare provider offering comprehensive health services for people throughout Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. Despite wide-ranging success, challenges of competitor encroachment and stagnate volumes had made it increasingly apparent that Mercy North Iowa needed to expand service offerings to more adequately meet the comprehensive Vascular Services healthcare needs of the community.
Corazon assisted a large health system in the Midwest with service consolidation of their multi-site Cardiovascular Service Line. A proven approach to regionalize key services within a health system may allow providers to meet the market demands while sustaining Return on Investment, quality outcomes, and the health system’s trusted brand.
Corazon client Salem Cardiology Associates had been a single-specialty group for over 30 years, working exclusively with Salem Hospital serving patients of the community for cardiology services. When the hospital set the goal to build a vascular program, the practice agreed to expand to vascular as well, and recruit new specialists to the group, working with Corazon to identify and hire the right talent.
Yavapai Regional Medical Center in Prescott, Arizona was already providing spine services, but realized many patients were leaving the area to seek care an hour or more away from home. The hospital worked with Corazon to establish goals for their comprehensive spine program and ensure these initiatives became a reality. A market assessment, facility review, and other components were central to developing the strategic direction for the spine program. The result is a highly collaborative spine center that is experiencing continued growth and is differentiated from competitors due to high quality and patient satisfaction scores.
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