Introducing G2 Works

A New Kind of Healthcare Consultancy

In today’s tough healthcare environment — where challenges are abundant and human resources are scarce — you need the right people, providing the right support, to deliver solutions that are right for your hospital.

Indeed, delivering the appropriate information in a timely manner, in order to affect the successful outcomes of patients, is a complex challenge. Meeting this challenge demands a new kind of consultancy.

Why G2 Works

A stronger consultancy starts with stronger consultants.

The G2 Works talent pool is truly the cream of the crop. That’s because we seek out the best healthcare IT and strategy experts in the business; we give them the full support they need to thrive and then we hang on to them!

At G2 Works, we value strong relationships with our clients and with our consultants. We specialize in transforming data into actionable information — the kind of information you can use to improve financial performance and enhance patient outcomes. Whether we’re implementing a new EMR for a hospital client or integrating physician practices across multiple locales, our consultants are committed to one overarching goal: to help you realize the vision you have for your healthcare organization.

The successes and failures of IT implementations in hospitals can be directly tied to IT workforce issues.

—2014 HIMSS Workforce Survey

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