Every major player in your health system gets a direct line to the industry’s most-needed insights and
the support to take action. Learn about our research platform.
Attract and retain the patients you aspire to serve by offering the care network, access, and experience they need. See how we can help.
Improve quality and outcomes and lower costs by eliminating unwarranted deviation from the best standard of care. See how we can help.
Sustain the financial stability to serve your community by making sure you’re paid efficiently for services rendered. See how we can help.
Make sure every level of your organization understands best practice performance and has the tools
and support to get there. Learn about our research platform.
Pinpoint your opportunities and hardwire best practices to accelerate progress. Learn about our technology.
Partner with seasoned experts providing strategic, customized support. Learn about our consulting services.
Surgical procedures constitute only 11% of volumes but generate 40% of hospital profits, and they’ve never been more at risk. You’ll have to approach new decision makers—wholesale purchasers like commercial payers and employers, referring physicians, and activated patients—with proven and demonstrated excellence across the board. We give you the tools and expert support to do just that.
Robotic surgery has been hailed as the “future of surgery” and is rapidly being adopted by hospitals across the country. But are the extremely high upfront costs of purchasing a robot worth it?
Take our eight-question survey to see how well you share data with the physicians whose cases make the largest contribution to hospital margins.
To capture surgical market share, you'll need to meet existing goals and master new priorities. We'll tell you how.
A recent study at UCSF found that, on average, surgeons were wasting $968 worth of supplies per case. Multiply that by the number of cases each of your surgeons performs per year, and the average hospital is throwing away millions of dollars. Are you?
Learn how Lawrence and Memorial and Westerly Hospital collaborated with surgeons to improve OR operations.
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Yaw Fellin outlines how your organization can leap forward in OR schedule management.
Leslie Schatz profiles how you can thrive under bundled payment contracts.
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The technology aggregates data from legacy systems to provide unparalleled analytics and benchmarking delivered through an intuitive interface built for hospital leaders and physicians.
Our database is drawn from more than 240 progressive hospitals with more than 1.5 million surgery cases. We also provide:
Every member also has a dedicated advisor—a single contact whose job is to make sure you get value from the product. Your advisor provides:
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Hear from our cohort of more than 240 organizations facing similar challenges, and learn the strategies behind other organizations’ successes. We enable idea-sharing through cohort events and resources:
Eastern Maine Medical Center
Learn how Eastern Maine Medical Center employed a three-pronged approach to supply cost revalidation that yielded $3 million in savings. View case study
Integris Baptist Medical Center
Learn how Integris Baptist used Compass reports to help create a culture of transparency and accountability in its surgical department. View case study
St. Joseph Hospital
See how St. Joseph Hospital used Compass to enhance the integrity of its data and share item-level supply utilization and block utilization data with its surgeons. View case study
We help hospitals collaborate with physicians, suppliers, and GPOs to realize hidden value across their spend portfolio.
Enables hospitals to understand physician referring and performing patterns, the drivers of referral losses and gains, and the factors associated with physician loyalty.
Helps hospitals achieve the physician alignment needed to advance quality goals and secure cost savings.
Helps hospitals uncover previously hidden sources of cost savings in clinical supply spend.