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Healthcare Provider Systems
We help providers make the transition to value-based payment by evaluating population health vendors, implementing strategic plans, and developing capable leadership teams for risk businesses.
As a provider-sponsored health plan, it’s critical to continually demonstrate value to your provider-owner. We help identify the multiple drivers of value to a health system of owning a health plan.
You’re reinventing healthcare. You need operational and strategic expertise to move your company forward. We can provide the right people to lead your organization or we can help you develop your own.
Shifting from fee-for-service to value-based contracting presents it’s own challenges. Our expertise can help optimize your contracts for the performance you desire.
Health System Executives
Payment models are changing rapidly, we can make sure your intellectual capital evolves just as quickly.
Allocating capital in this chaotic industry and regulatory environment is a dangerous game. We can help cut through the noise.
We are guiding healthcare organizations through the most challenging environment the industry has ever seen. Unlike many consultants, our leadership has actually operated in the trenches of value-based care and brings the lessons learned by that experience to our client partners.
Founded by Josh Martin in 2017, Stout Hill & Company is committed to filling the expertise gap that exists in many healthcare organizations including providers, payers and startups.
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Our solutions include implementation of value-based care strategic plans, population health vendor selection, development of provider executives into “risk” executives, and hands-on interim executive solutions.
We partner exclusively with senior leadership at health systems, health plans, physician organizations, and healthcare startups.
Stout Hill and its founder, Josh Martin, bring a level of expertise that is unparalleled in the provider risk world. We help our clients move their value-based care strategy forward while minimizing the uncertainty inherent in transitioning to risk-based reimbursement.