Planning, launching, supervising, and
evaluating new initiatives ... whether scientific studies, models of
healthcare delivery, screening and prevention programs, diagnosis and
monitoring services, evidence-based change, or collaborative ventures in
healthcare. It all amounts to major investments and involves
significant strategic, market, and financial risk.
No doubt, thoughtful analysis,
conceptualization, and design are critical to the success of any strategic
initiative. So are the expertise, quality, and enthusiasm of staff,
partners, vendors, and other team members. Unless there is a
systematic process of implementation across the lifecycle of a project,
great plans may not materialize and talented teams may not be able to rise
to the occasion.
Project management is perhaps not the
"flashiest" of activities but is critical to the success of any
undertaking. Good project management plans and tracks
implementation, channels resources, manages time lines, assures
productivity, controls costs, tackles barriers, solves problems, and
Our experience at
assures the successful implementation of your projects - whether in
follow-up to prior consulting services or as an independent request. We
bring the technical, management, and people expertise to make your
projects a succeed while managing the embedded risks.
brings both capability and
scalability. For example:
On the biopharma side, we have managed
from one country, a few sites, and a couple
hundred patients (and perhaps a couple languages)
to five continents, hundreds of sites, tens
of thousands of patients, a score of languages, and various alphabets
On the healthsystems side, we have managed
with single provider organizations, academic
health centers, and integrated delivery systems
at the interface between community,
specialty, hospital, and long-term care
through programs that bring various
organizations together in a common strategic initiative.
We'd like to believe that our track record
of (career-spanning) achievements, documented in this web site,
illustrates our ability to see projects from idea to reality.
Why would a scientific consulting company
include project management in its services? Our track record is one
reason. Assuring project success is another. The most important reason, however, is that we want to offer
our clients continuity across the lifecycle
of strategic initiatives. We want to consult with you to develop
various evidence-based ideas and solutions. We also want to save you
time and money by providing a smooth and effective transition from
thinking to doing.
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