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A More Engaged, Compassionate Bedside Experience

We foster a culture of clinicians who are interactive and dedicated to bedside care. Through coaching, we train a compassionate, empathetic, active approach to all patient interactions.

By utilizing processes and technologies that allow clinicians to increase collaboration, manage rounding and appointments, and access real-time metrics and feedback, we help achieve better patient experience and improved outcomes.

Collaboration Between Clinicians

Because referrals are essential to the admissions process, we utilize our proprietary Direct Admit System for Hospital (DASH) technology to facilitate enhanced communication between community-based clinicians and hospital staff, simplifying and expediting the admissions process.

Practice Area Integration

Our integrated care models provide a seamless service with one point of contact for client hospital operations. Eliminating departmental barriers promotes accountability and engagement between departments, ensuring continuity of care.

Our emergency medicine and hospital medicine integration is the cornerstone of this effort, delivering the most impactful improvements.
 

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Our emphasis on integrated service lines fosters collaboration between local physicians across departments, creating a work environment that allows clinicians to more fully consider each patient’s journey throughout the care continuum.

Our Expertise in Action

A Nashville-area hospital faced challenges with patient flow due to disjointed processes and inefficiencies between the emergency department and the inpatient units, including:

  • An average 3.5-hour boarding time in E.D. for admitted patients following disposition decision
  • Patients ready to be discharged in the morning still filled inpatient beds well into the afternoon, leaving no open beds for new admissions
  • Process inefficiencies, breakdowns in communication and poor handoffs

Envision Physician Services improved patient flow at this hospital by aligning communication efforts between emergency medicine clinicians and hospitalists from boarding time to discharge.

CASE STUDY

Emergency/Hospital Medicine Integration Boosts Patient Flow

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The Envision Difference

We are the group of choice for clinicians at any stage of their careers.

Combining a national infrastructure with local support, we leverage our breadth and depth of clinical and operational resources to allow clinicians to minimize operational concerns and spend more time on what matters: delivering high-quality care.

Professional Development

We invest in our clinicians, supporting their professional growth through mentoring and national leadership programs and helping them pursue their specific passion in hospital medicine, from education and quality initiatives to patient satisfaction and clinical research.

Envision Physician Services provides the support I need to grow as a person, a physician, and a leader.

BEATA SUMMER-BRASON, DO

Site Medical Director, The Queen’s Medical Center Honolulu, HI

Envision Physician Services has provided more support to me and other practice leaders than previous companies that I've worked for. I have people whom I can call if I have issues. That's a huge benefit.

LYNN BARTA, M.D.

OB/GYN Hospitalist Program, Rose Medical Center Denver, CO

Meet our President of Hospital Medicine

Dean Dalili, M.D.

Dean Dalili M.D.

President
Hospital Medicine Services

Dean Dalili, M.D., MHCM has more than a decade of experience in physician practice management of Hospital Medicine. Prior to joining Envision Physician Services as President, Hospital Medicine, Dr. Dalili was Senior Vice President and Group Medical Officer for Schumacher Clinical Partners, with responsibility for operations management, clinical quality and physician leadership development. 

Dr. Dalili is a graduate of Emory University School of Medicine, completed his Internal Medicine training and held a faculty position at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He has served in the United State Senate as a Healthcare Policy fellow and received his Masters of Healthcare Management from the Harvard School of Public Health.