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  Strategic Management and Issue Resolution Consulting for Primary Care Organizations

  Integrating Prediabetes and Overfat Services into a Primary Care Organization

Welcome to Information Uncover. We are a strategic management consulting company.  We have been in business for over twenty years. We help primary care organizations make strategic decisions, resolve issues, and navigate the prediabetes and overfat segments of the healthcare industry. Prediabetes is a condition characterized by a blood glucose level that is higher than normal, but not high enough to be called diabetes. Overfat includes obesity, overweight and other forms of excess body fat. We can work with an organization to help the organization integrate patient-centered, value-based, evidence-based processes into the organization.

We continually uncover, review and analyze information pertinent to the healthcare industry, with a special focus on prediabetes and overfat-related topics of the healthcare industry. Our review and analysis allow us to learn about research, issues, and new methods that can enable us to help primary care organizations integrate cost effective processes that can improve patients' health. These processes target prediabetes and overfat. These processes can help a healthcare organization improve patient outcomes.

The activities we engage in can help us help organizations identify actions they can take to seize opportunities and avoid threats. One of the activities we engage in is called environmental scanning and analysis. This is where we examine and analyze the business environment.

We keep abreast of the overall healthcare industry. We also examine the prediabetes and overfat segments on an ongoing basis. We attend healthcare industry events, including conferences and webinars, and we frequently talk with healthcare experts. So, we have ample access to prediabetes and overfat information. We can provide services that can boost an organization's chances of making the right decisions, resolving issues and meeting objectives.

In the past, we concentrated on the aerospace industry, the computer industry, the air bag industry, and the healthcare industry. Several years ago, we began applying our expertise exclusively to the overfat segment of the healthcare industry. And a few years back, we added prediabetes to our focus.                                     

Here are some of the things we can do: We can help an organization integrate processes into the organization that deal with chronic diseases -- particularly prediabetes and overfat. We can work with an organization to determine which competitors, and other environmental forces, might affect the organization's success. We can help an organization establish internal objectives. And we can help an organization resolve strategic issues.

In summary, we focus on prediabetes and overfat research and business issues. We help a primary care organization integrate processes into the organization that deliver patient-centered, value-based, evidence-based services to patients. The processes can improve outcomes and lower costs. We help an organization better navigate the healthcare industry. We help the organization resolve issues and establish objectives. 

Many of the methods we use are discussed in the book, Business Intelligence Using Smart Techniques: Environmental Scanning Using Text Mining and Competitor Analysis Using Scenarios and Manual Simulation, Revised Edition. See book-review excerpts (first edition) under Book Information and at Amazon.com.

We focus on the prediabetes and overfat segments of the healthcare industry. You should take a look at our company blog to read about prediabetes and overfat related business environmental issues and developments. On the blog, you will often see strategic approaches a primary care organization can use to improve patient health.

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