Whether the aim is to care or to cure, every provider has its own set of priorities and challenges. In a competitive market where economic and political forces shape the way services are provided and accessed, operators must ensure their business models are aligned with their future objectives and values. This is particularly important given the change in the patient profile due to the epidemiological shift, technological advancements, disruptive market entrants, new business models and demand for greater transparency which are all placing providers under pressure.
At Mazars, we are committed to providing the healthcare sector with advice, guidance and solutions that drive informed decisions and lead to successful outcomes. Because we work at every level of health and social care governance, our in-depth expertise allows us to deliver a tailored response to our clients in the private and public sectors.
Our clients include national, regional and local authorities, public or private health institutions and patients’ organisations seeking accountancy advice and support for strategic or operational transformation.
Our team consists of specialist medical accountants and multidisciplinary advisers who understand the healthcare sector and the unique challenges that you face. By taking a collaborative approach, we work together as one team in an integrated fashion, pulling together the necessary experts from across the Mazars network to ensure you receive the right advice and guidance for your objectives.
We provide health and social care with:
- Strategic assistance such as market expansion strategies, transactions, strategic planning, healthcare pathways and system optimisation
- Operational & financial performance improvement such as financial and organisational audit and restructuring, risk mapping, process optimisation, change management, financial modeling, executive and staff training.
- IT consulting such as strategic information technology planning, IT audit, analytics and business intelligence, cybersecurity.
- Regulatory compliance such as survey and audit readiness assessments, policy, procedure and programmatic development and evaluation