WHAT WE DO.
We create the nation’s richest patient-to-provider dataset - combine it with proprietary algorithms, analyses, and deep expertise in healthcare and real estate strategy - to generate unique insights and predictive models. The result: the most accurate real-world representation of healthcare supply and demand, so you can identify care opportunities with precision and speed.
TRUSTED BY HEALTHCARE STAKEHOLDERS.
WHY WE DO IT.
Our health systems are in trouble: bogged down by inefficiencies and built to respond to “sick-care” needs. We believe the focus should be on people and their full continuum of care needs. Creating a human-centric healthcare system requires the dynamic alignment of the means of delivery (providers, places, and processes) with the people (healthcare consumers) who need it. Pivotal was built to answer “WHO and WHAT goes WHERE” for today, tomorrow, and the future.
PIVOTAL HELPS YOU GROW
Tackle the tough analyses you need to properly evaluate strategic growth opportunities and make better decisions, including multimillion-dollar real estate, facility, service mix, and provider investments.
Identify new growth strategies
Optimize services and utilization
Analyze competitor and payor intelligence
Identify new assets & services
Understand & project consumer healthcare demand
Identify the unmet need for physicians
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY.
“Pivotal provided a quantitative assessment of the market that we just hadn’t seen previously. The data both challenged and validated our assumptions of the opportunity for development in a new market, and we feel more confident going forward with the Pivotal findings in-hand. The process of working with the team was collaborative, and we look forward to additional opportunities to utilize Pivotal in the future.”
— Karen Flug, Chief Operating Officer, First Fertility
5 STEPS TO ASSESSING
A NEW MARKET OPPORTUNITY IN HEALTHCARE REAL ESTATE.
As the healthcare market continues its rapid growth and evolution, successful organizations are staying one step ahead of the trends to ensure they offer what patients need, where they need it. But that’s a lot harder than it sounds.