“There is a revolution taking place in healthcare, and Enviah is leading the way. Let us show you how.”

— DR. LORISSA MACALLISTER, FOUNDER & CEO

Our Innovative Clients & Partners

What We Do

Enviah adds value by aligning systems and environments to elevate the human experience for patients, staff and stakeholders. We integrate architecture, management science, design and wellness. We find and remove hidden barriers to operational success, increase satisfaction and drive profitability.

Organizational Alignment

Assessment

Consulting & Coaching

How We're Changing Healthcare

ENVIAH IS IMPROVING HEALTHCARE METRICS ACROSS THE BOARD

Patient Satisfaction

has increased by as much as 25%

Productivity

has improved by as much as 41%

Safety

has increased by as much as 14%

Revenue Generating Space

has grown by as much as 300%

Who We Are

Enviah is a group of industry-leading consultants who help organizations stay ahead of the curve. Our services empower clients to build and operate healthcare spaces that will succeed and thrive in the marketplace of today and tomorrow.

Our Work

Thanks to Enviah, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital serves 3,000 more patients each year, and patient satisfaction is projected to increase by 11%.

Dow Health Services Headquarters worked with Enviah to improve productivity by 15%, thereby increasing patient satisfaction by 25%.

Enviah helped North Ottawa Community Health increase the productivity of its emergency department by 41% and bring its capacity up by 46%.

Hospital Leaders Are Saying

“Enviah helped make our facility more flexible, convenient, and patient-friendly.”

– Kent Riddle, CEO, Mary Free Bed

“Enviah has re-energized our employees and our space.”

– Catherine Baase, MD, CNO, The Dow Chemical Company

Enviah in the News

We are GRATEFUL for you…

 

 

 

 

 

 

The selfless acts you and your organization are leading and providing to our communities on a daily basis are a true gift! THANK YOU!!! Our gratitude is more than a feeling, it is a scientifically proven outcome and a positive effect. Emmons (2003) notes chat there are two stages of gratitude: acknowledging the action and the reciprocity of outward expression. Focusing on gratitude’s positive emotions affords us an opportunity to build on each other to improve our physical wellbeing and our community wellness. With a unified purpose for a positive outcome, we understand that we will not only be successful in the combat of Covid 19, but we will all be stronger together for it.

We are incredibly GRATEFUL for you.
We are here to HELP SUPPORT during these trying times.

#Opportunity_Covid_19

While the Covid 19 pandemic is a terrible tragedy and has impacted over two hundred thousand people globally and rising daily, I see that we’re also now presented with an opportunity to be ushered into a truly technologically integrated world. In order to reduce the virus’s spread, 7 billion people on all 7 continents are forced to halt their daily lives. With a focus on flattening the curve of this virus, that effort, in turn, has truly flattened our world. And with that flattening, we’re in a global pause, which is an opportunity to live into the new void we find in our lives. We have a void in the place of commutes, social gathering, sporting events, travel, kids’ activities and school, and the list grows every day.

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What You Should Care About the Most During Your Hospital Stay

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      Worldwide consumers are slowly taking back control of the decision-making process and are eating away at the power that retailers, business owners and hospitals once had. Technology has become an accelerant in this shift by providing information that patients can access at a moment’s notice. This has led to a more informed consumer base who has embraced a “shop around before you buy” mentality. Hospitals can no longer simply open their doors, but they must have a complete understanding of their cliental and immerse themselves in every part of patient care from start to finish. If a patient’s needs are not met, he or she may not return again for care or possibly worse… the facility’s climate might consist of stress and discomfort, further damaging or stalling the well-being of the patient.

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