We have partnered with IN Compass Health for several years and our hospitalists are excellent, professional, and work seamlessly with our other medical staff. They have worked with our hospital on quality improvements and are always amenable to making improvements to our care model. The IN Compass Health management team is very responsive and communicate with hospital administration very effectively.
Consider IN Compass Health for all the reasons you became a doctor!
Aside from salary concerns, some of the primary reasons physicians decide to make a career change include underutilized medical skills, barriers to upward advancement and long and/or undesirable hours.
If you’re like most of your colleagues, you became a doctor to help save lives and improve the overall health and quality of life of your patients. You want to make a difference! But in order to do so, you need the resources and support that enable you to practice quality medicine while reducing or eliminating the things that are getting in the way of that.
The IN Compass Health difference
We design, staff and manage hospitalist and ED programs for hospitals and health systems throughout the United States. But unlike many health systems and competing outsourced providers, we are not an investor-controlled company. Rather, we are physician-led, which means the doctors decide the priorities in patient care without the relentless pressure to maximize shareholder return.
It therefore shouldn’t be surprising that IN Compass Health consistently achieves superior performance in all the key metrics that define an effective hospitalist program—reduced LOS, improved outcomes, lower time-to-treat, lower mortality and much more.
How do we do it? Simply, we give the physicians who join us the leadership training and knowledge they need to make a difference. We give them the resources they need to constantly improve. We give them a forum to consult with other physicians who have overcome the very same challenges they face today. We help them to become indispensable to the hospitals and health systems they serve and provide the opportunity to positively impact the communities in which they practice.
In short, they have the tools they need to thrive, and the ability to take their career as far as they want it to go.