The ability to connect the dots and show bottom-line accountability while maintaining quality and efficiencies will be the key to survival in the healthcare industry. To meet this challenge, healthcare organizations need to be more efficient (cost), more effective (better patient outcomes) and provide better patient satisfaction, while serving more people. In today’s healthcare organizations, program sponsors and project leaders are held more accountable than ever for the financial impact and ROI of their programs and projects.
This will require investment in improvement initiatives across the organization and will require assessment of the value of the investment. One popular method used by organizations all over the world to show the value of investments is the ROI Methodology. This step-by-step process evaluates the performance of any project or program to ensure those investments add value for all stakeholders.
Throughout the webinar, we will use real examples and case studies to guide you systematically through each step of the ROI process. You'll have a full understanding of how to perform a ROI Study and be able to apply all the steps to your own initiatives.
U. Grant Baldwin, Jr.
U. Grant Baldwin, Jr., DBH, is the CEO of Integrated Care and Behavioral Medicine, LLC , an Integrated Behavioral Health Consulting business in Raleigh NC. He provides consultation/training to several primary care health care executives in primary care practices throughout the country. He is also a Research Associate with The Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has over 15 years of experience in healthcare management, Medicaid, Medicare, government, program administration, organizational transformation, and innovations. He received his Doctorate in Behavioral Health (DBH) from the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University in 2016. In 2019, he graduated from the highly competitive Johnson and Johnson Executive Health Care Program at the University of California -Los Angeles. Dr. Baldwin is also a healthcare researcher and Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist.