What We Do

What We Do

DocsNetwork provides expertise in strategic management, innovation, business development, analytics, and thought leadership to health information technology (HIT) and life sciences companies by leveraging its many years of HIT vendor experience.

 

Business Development and Thought Leadership

A typical engagement includes:

  • Assistance with sales by a clinical professional respected in healthcare information technology.
  • Generation of thought leadership documents, presentations, and interviews that can advance client interests.
  • Active engagement of social media outlets to generate interest in topics pertinent to the organization.
  • Participation by an internationally respected clinical and informatics professional in activities of broader business development and company fundraising initiatives.
  • Professional representation at industry events such as the HIMSS and CHIME conferences.

 

Strategic Management

A typical engagement includes:

  • Development of advisory board through identification of potential members using extensive industry specific professional network
  • Chair advisory board aligning its members with strategic corporate goals
  • Development of acquisition strategy and identification of potential targets

 

Analytics Management

A typical engagement includes:

    • Assessment of medical utilization and cost modeling using client and government data sets
    • Modeling of reimbursement for traditional group health, at-risk/ACO, and government contracts
    • Due diligence review of M&A opportunities through market, technical, operational, and process assessments

 

How to Engage

Projects begin with identification of project deliverables and metrics for assessment. Engagements usually last from one month to more than one year, depending upon company needs. Relationships usually begin with a monthly retainer while compensation may also include both bonus/commission and equity. Compensation is always driven by both the project scope and individual company considerations.