How We Help Government Organizations
Leavitt Partners offers a seasoned team of health care leaders and policy experts with extensive private- and public-sector experience across the health care industry. Our vast experience and significant policy expertise uniquely positions us to advise and inform clients on the impact of federal and state health care issues.
Why We’re Different
Leavitt Partners executives are thought leaders in the movement to value-based care and systematically understand how that movement impacts health care reform initiatives on a state and national level. Our consulting services and solutions help clients navigate the legislative and regulatory environments to create opportunities, gain insight into health care markets, develop strategic plans, and build and maintain positive interactions with the key industry leaders and policymakers.
Government Organization Services
The Leavitt Partners Federal Insights and Advocacy team combines expertise in policy, regulatory consulting, advocacy, and reimbursement and is respected for integrity, expertise, and a record of success. With vast Congressional and agency experience combined with deep policy expertise, the team is uniquely positioned to advise and inform clients on the impact of federal health care issues and how to effectively engage with federal policymakers.
Organizations with divergent interests often face common challenges and seek to capitalize on common opportunities. Leavitt Partners believes that by utilizing consensus-based collaboration, organizations can address some of the most complex challenges in health care. Through our deep health policy expertise and knowledge forming, convening, advising, and driving forward multi-sector alliances, we generate and advance policy and industry solutions not otherwise possible in today’s world.
Designing and Delivering Webinars and Other Virtual Trainings
We design and deliver webinars and virtual trainings to help deliver key information surrounding the local COVID-19 issues and solutions to move forward. The goal of these trainings is to improve the availability of the most relevant and timely information for those in positions to inform strategic planning concerning response to COVID-19.
We facilitate interviews and discussions with state health officials and health care leaders on the topic of COVID-19 response. We will deliver improved intelligence focused on the right topics, interests, and strategies to deploy in fighting COVID-19. This intelligence will be used to improve future pandemic system responses to better strengthen capacity. More informed individuals and state health departments will result in more clear strategic priorities, objectives, and goals.
Providing Market-Centric Data Dashboards
We develop and provide local, market-centric data dashboards to provide the most comprehensive and accurate information on the unique attributes and value-based contracting relationships between ACOs, bundle payments, hospitals, physician groups, insurance carriers, and more. These insights improve the ability to assess the right health care stakeholders (traditional and non-traditional) for state health officials to collaborate with for COVID-19 response.
Developing a Content Repository and Toolkits
We support the development of cloud-based repositories comprised of content and toolkits to address best practices, protocols, and other materials for key health care stakeholders to leverage. This content will assist in creating strategic plans based on accurate, timely, and updated data and intelligence. For an example of a tailored toolkit we developed for the National Diabetes Prevention Program, visit: https://coveragetoolkit.org/
Forging and Developing Strategic Relationships
We support state health officials in identifying, prioritizing, and forging strategic relationships with health care leaders in their states. We bring public health leaders, private sector leaders, and state officials together to help facilitate collaboration to develop a more coordinated response to address COVID-19 and future pandemic and public health priorities.