Operational Precision
CareCyte offers a path to make unprofitable healthcare services profitable. We help our clients organize the delivery of primary, secondary, and even tertiary services in ways that are radically more efficient than traditional approaches, and, at the same time, actually improve both the quality of interactions between doctors and patients and the quality of outcomes.

With traditional healthcare facility construction, an administration must commit itself to a particular service delivery style and configuration before the facility can be designed and built. The flexibility of our facilities allows practitioners to evolve their approach to service delivery over time. Our distinctive service delivery approach improves both patients' and practitioners' experience, and at the same time it radically reduces operating costs.

Our cellular design, organized around (a) care pathways and (b) doctor-patient interactions, yields:

Operational Benefits
  • Reduced steps and cycle times.
  • Fewer handoffs.
  • Increased predictability.
  • Clear commitments.
  • Smaller staffs.
  • Improved outcomes.

Facility Impacts
  • Smaller footprint.
  • Fewer dedicated spaces.
  • Dissolve departmental fragmentation.
Legacy practices organize providers into departmental and discipline-specific clusters. This leads to multiple handoffs as patients move from one cluster to the next, from specialist to specialist, test to test, and procedure to procedure. Each handoff brings new opportunities for errors and generates non-value-added work – in a word, waste.

We can show you how to configure services with multidisciplinary teams organized to achieve measurable outcomes in each care pathway. In the designs we help you implement, people and technology work together to give a human face to service delivery, minimize opportunities for errors, dramatically reduce workloads, reduce costs, and improve space utilization.

Advanced computer and networking technologies play key roles in our service delivery designs, facilitating communications among doctors, giving access to patient records and the status of care plans, providing access to databases in the Internet, and insuring the integrity of the workflows that have been designed for effective care. CareCyte uses virtual reality tools for training and simulation throughout its operations.

The extraordinarily high level of adaptability of CareCyte facilities allows managers and designers to evolve and adjust care delivery models with a minimum of cost and difficulty.