Healthcare is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing industries and it is growing and changing rapidly, which means that organizations that want to remain on top will have to make sure that they are able to capture every single opportunity they have to optimize their service delivery.
Our administrative and virtual assistants provide general administrative services for executives and organizations (healthcare facilities, government entities, community health organizations and academic institutions) in a variety of settings and can perform various duties to help close healthcare delivery gaps. We can solve your problems with our healthcare solutions: Email and Calendar Management, Appointment Scheduling, Customer Service via email or phone, and Invoicing.
Benefits of using our administrative support or virtual assistant:
Our healthcare consultants can assess the efficiency, profits and structure of your organization, then offer suggestions on methods of improvement by relating narrow indicators in organizational performance with opportunities to improve. Our innovative skills and years of experience can be one of the best assets that your organization can have to make sure that you are able to recognize your full potential. We promote clinical excellence by providing various resources on best practices, clinical innovations and industry trends in healthcare today.
Our practice facilitators and quality coaches develop meaningful relationships and effectively communicate with clinics, medical centers, and practices regarding cost, quality and data utilization for their patient population. We work with healthcare leaders to identify focus areas, develop quality improvement plans, and implement “Plan-Do-Study-Act” and "Plan-Do-Check-Act" cycles. We lead quality improvement projects with practice teams to include small scale improvement projects as well as larger scale, redesign efforts and other measurement initiatives. While engaging staff and practice leadership, we apply proven approaches to accomplish practice transformation; improve outcomes; and enhance patient, staff, and provider satisfaction while being cost effective. Ensuring sustainability of the transformation via continuous quality improvement is what makes Avail Management Services' healthcare solutions stand out from many competitors.
Our community resource specialists and care coordinators serve as an important links between the patient's primary care team and their surrounding community and empowers patients to get active in their own care while also educating and informing staff of local resources. Our specialists act as an active member of the care team by maintaining relationships with community organizations and connecting patients with community resources.
Our health educators work in all areas of healthcare, from public and community health organizations to government agencies to educational venues to community-based prevention clinics. Health educators teach individuals and organizations about behaviors that promote wellness. They develop and implement strategies to improve the health of our communities and provide chronic care healthcare solutions
As healthcare continues to evolve under rising cost and quality pressures, the need for project and program management becomes ever more apparent. Understanding and applying the foundations of project management can significantly improve outcomes across health care delivery settings. Our project managers oversee a large spectrum of projects within various healthcare organizations, community-based organizations, and academic institutions. Services can include managing an internal or external team, securing medical supplies from vendors, implementing a state or federally funded health improvement program, or evaluation: a systematic method for collecting, analyzing, and using data to examine the effectiveness and efficiency of programs to contribute to continuous program improvement. Our project managers identify issues, offer solutions, manage teams, delegate tasks, as well as monitor data and progress.
As the healthcare field examines structural inequities within hospitals, health systems and healthcare organizations across the country, there is a push to integrate health equity goals and eliminate disparities into their strategic plans. A huge part of this strategy should include diverse representation among leadership, and specifically on hospital and health system boards so that they reflect the communities they serve. We aim to increase diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in health care organizations by providing training and resources. Our DEIB facilitators take a systemic approach to help healthcare organizations access and engage a more diverse workforce, build inclusive leadership capabilities, foster a culture of belonging, and embed equity and inclusion across every operational area. Our goal is a society of healthy communities where all individuals reach their highest potential for health.
Our notaries are commissioned and bonded. We are utilized by state governing bodies to prevent fraud and theft within public matters, so when you need to protect yourself against fraud or deception, limit your risks or create documents that affect your legal rights and abilities, the services of a our notary public are essential. *Mobile notary services are based on availability.
(All signers must be present with proper identification.)
Some commonly notarized documents include:
Some acceptable forms of identification:
*Notaries can only provide limited, specific services. Providing professional legal advice or representation without being a licensed attorney is a crime.
Community Health Workers(CHWs) can play an integral role in helping health care organizations achieve health equity. CHWs are frontline health workers who are members or have a deep understanding of the communities they serve.
Well-developed CHW programs address both the clinical and nonclinical needs of patients and clients, especially within
organizations that aim to support vulnerable populations. CHWs can help health care organizations improve health care quality, reduce provider burden, and strengthen relationships
and trust within the communities for which they serve.
Organizations with successful CHW programs build valuable connections to the communities they serve and these organizations are better able to understand the language, health literacy, transportation, disability, social isolation, and other factors that present barriers to care. Having the proper training and support, CHWs can help identify and address many of these major barriers by engaging people in ways that build trust, foster cultural communication, and improve health equity.