It's time to think strategically.

Health Centers are expected to serve high-need populations, be good financial stewards of the resources entrusted to them by taxpayers, donors and patients; while at the same time meeting or exceeding mandated patient targets. When you add to this an unknown future political and economic environment, it is easy for a health center to assume a constantly reactive rather than strategic posture.

Now more than ever, health centers must focus on the critical actions necessary to achieve their goals, establish stability and sustainability, improve their internal capabilities, and explore partnership opportunities with like-minded organizations to improve the health of their communities. 
 
330 Partners can assist your health center to transition from reactive to strategic by helping you to increase the capabilities of your board, leadership team and community stakeholders; to fully harness their energy and develop an organization that functions at its highest level. Done well, such improvements can be transformational!

Our experienced consultants can help you to plan your health center's future by offering assistance in many organizational development and planning areas, including:
  • Strategic Planning & Project Management
  • New Site & Service Line Development
  • Hospital, FQHC, RHC and Non-Profit Collaborations
  • Merger & Acquisition Project Planning
  • Community Coalition Building
  • Board Development

To schedule a time to discuss the unique challenges facing your health center, click here or email us at Info@330Partners.com

Welcome Rick Wilk to 330 Partners!
With over 20 years in the US Department of Health & Human Services, Rick very recently retired as the HRSA Regional Administrator in the Chicago Regional Office, a role he served in for the last 13 years. Prior to serving as a Regional Administrator, Rick has served as the Director for Business Development, and as a Project Officer.  Rick consults with health systems, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), and community and local government entities to form stronger community affiliations and greater access to health care.