Trauma Center Consulting Services

Peregrine trauma consulting services provide strategic guidance and hands-on support focused on trauma center leadership, operations management, new program development, site survey support, and clinical and financial performance.

Working collaboratively with trauma departments, our nationally recognized trauma nurse leaders offer subject matter expertise and leverage best practices to help achieve clinical excellence and operational efficiency while improving financial performance and delivering quality patient care. Our consultants are well-versed in the new edition of Resources for Optimal Care of the Injured Patient from the American College of Surgeons (ACS) and help navigating and interpreting the new standards. Our comprehensive suite of consulting services helps trauma centers achieve operational, clinical and financial excellence.
Peregrine Trauma Performance Improvement

Performance improvement

Guiding all aspects of trauma quality improvement activities to identify areas for efficiency and performance gains. Our consultants also assist with developing and implementing Performance Improvement Patient Safety (PIPS) plans.
Peregrine Trauma Program Development

Program development

Navigating the complicated process from trauma center development through successful American College of Surgeons (ACS) verification or state designation.
Peregrine Trauma Financial Optimization

Financial optimization

Conducting trauma-specific coding and billing assessments to identify areas for operational improvements to facilitate financial stability and performance.
Peregrine Trauma Enhanced Interim Leadership

Enhanced interim leadership

Helping to improve staff and operational performance, enabling increased team collaboration, and mentoring new leadership for long-term success by providing strong team leadership.
Peregrine Trauma Site Survey Support

Site survey support

Providing strategic guidance prior to a site survey to aid in achieving American College of Surgeons (ACS) verification or state designation. Our consultants also assist with post survey corrective action planning and execution.

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