Trauma Care Financial Performance Optimization

Unique track record assisting in the collaborative development of trauma centers and systems

Economic Assessment & Planning of State Trauma Systems

B+A has been asked to assess the economics of trauma care in Georgia, Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona, South Carolina, New Mexico, and California, and on a national basis by HRSA. These assessments include the financial performance of the state’s trauma centers, key economic issues such as the availability and costs of the surgical specialists that trauma centers require, and a comparison of the results with other states. All of this work has been conducted on a sole source basis.

State Trauma System Development

B+A’s unique expertise on state trauma system economics and infrastructure development has grown with each succeeding project and now includes:

  • State Financial Support Alternatives
  • Expansion of State Trauma Center Capacity
  • Strengthen Emergency Medical Services
  • Develop Statewide Trauma Transfer System
  • Out-Of-State Trauma Providers/Payers
  • Integrate With Disaster/Terror Preparedness
  • Expand System To Acute Emergencies
  • Trauma System Regionalization
  • Trauma System Stakeholder Structures
  • Pay For Performance Mechanisms
  • Trauma Telemedicine
  • State Trauma Care Political Infrastructure
  • Pediatric Trauma Care Systems
  • Pediatric Trauma Care Systems

Regional Trauma System Development

B+A’s experience and credibility enable high level collaboration in trauma regions that otherwise struggle with trauma center development issues. We have been trusted to lead a process that effectively establishes a viable, high quality trauma system for the region, including the development of trauma centers. We have done so with excellent success in California counties of San Mateo, Solano, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara, Marin, San Francisco, as well as northern New Mexico, Oklahoma City, San Antonio, Houston, Tucson, Cincinnati, southern Illinois and southern Georgia.

Our most recent project in Ventura County (880,000 population) involved feasibility/development projects for three hospitals, and support of County EMS that included a recommendation for two trauma centers.

Give us a call at (949) 754-9080 or email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to discuss your needs and what Bishop + Associates can do to solve your trauma center issues.