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Healthcare is now the world’s largest industry with a value and cost three times greater than the banking sector. The healthcare sector currently faces major strategic and medical challenges, from the recent outbreak and containment of the Ebola virus in West Africa to meeting the needs of the most vulnerable in our society i.e. disability, aged care, as well as the absence of state of the art medical facility to meet the demand of clients. 
Ericks & Fredericks has the technical knowhow to advise your company on how you can manage, organise and invest in a cost effective healthcare system invest in systems that will improve efficiencies and save you money in the medium to long term.
We work with healthcare leaders to ensure they have the systems and processes in place to deliver better care, increasing quality of life and improving global outcomes.  Our consultants draw on international best practice to develop the best policy and program solutions for your organisation, and can implement tools and approaches to support ongoing decision making such as:
• We provide support teams in the disability services sector in Australia under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) as registered providers in supporting participants under the scheme to live their life their way every day through in-home support, community access, personal care and coordination of supports.

  • In Nigeria, we support the vulnerable in the community through donations, education and public enlightenment on disability, dispelling perceived cultural beliefs around disability.  

  • Benchmarking metrics that reveal how healthcare service providers performance compares with direct competitors, world-class institutions, and emerging best practices.

  • In Nigeria, our support team provide community access and support to the vulnerable in the community. Re-writing the past cultural beliefs that seeks to view people with a disability as a burden on the family, society  and/or government.

• Dashboards and program management tools that allow hospital executives to monitor and manage operations against standardized performance indicators and to better engage staff and clinicians

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