Hospital Improvement Programs
In today’s constantly changing health care environment, it’s more critical than ever for providers to stay on the leading edge of emergency, hospital and observation medicine. As the nation’s leading physician-owned provider of acute care backed by extensive clinical experience, US Acute Care Solutions provides the proven tools and strategies that hospitals need to succeed.
USACS offers an array of clinical programs and ongoing education to keep our partners sharp as acute care demands evolve. Learn more about these programs below.
Provider Engagement & Patient Experience Academy
This three-day training academy places clinicians head-to-head with patient-actors in simulated encounters, leading to better patient experiences and higher physician satisfaction.Read more
This course focuses on methods to improve a physician’s clinical workflow, helping them to learn to run their department – instead of letting their department run them.Read more
Our Hospital ED Quality Program helps us deliver the best in emergency medicine for our patients and hospital partners.Read more
With our PhysicianFirst model of emergency department management, patients see a physician before they're even registered.Read more
Risk Management Program
US Acute Care Solutions' proactive Hospital Risk Management Program is designed to identify medico-legal risks before they become medico-legal cases.Read more
Patient Safety Organization
In response to rising health care costs and increasing concerns about the quality of health care delivery in the United States, the Department of Health and Human Services instituted the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005 to encourage health care providers to share outcome and patient safety data without fear of reprisal.Read more
Traveling Physician - Firefighter Program
The Traveling Physician Firefighter Program is a unique ED staffing solution developed by USACS.Read more
Clinical Resource Group
Our dedicated, in-house change management team ensures that new process improvements and implementations are successful over the long-term.Read more