Make Better Happen

MediSync is for the medical group leader who aspires to better.

Better is the Watch Word

As a leader in your medical group, they are looking to you to make things better --

  • outcomes
  • financial performance
  • value
  • provider and patient satisfaction and market share
  • organizational health

The challenges for medical groups are many and great solutions are few. Many of your peers are doing the same things and achieving disappointing results.

MediSync is about finding the better way to solve the great challenges that you and your organization face.

Our Client Partners Include

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The Current Landscape

The Problem

Costs are far outstripping per physician revenue over the past 18 years resulting in losses for most medical groups.

The Solution

Making better happen for your medical group and all of the stakeholders you impact means being able to do more with less.

We deliver proven solutions to help you do just that.


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We are able to make lasting, effective, sustainable changes in the health of our patient population.

Dr. William Pierce | Christie Clinic
Champaign, IL

In my mind, they are the perfect partner.

Dr. Jay Zdunek | Austin Regional Clinic
Austin, TX

Process is us developing it ourselves.

Dr. Doug Romer | PriMed Physicians
Dayton, OH

MediSync really has their eye on the future in healthcare.

Randy Farrow | Mankato Clinic
Mankato, MN

Medisync Insights

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The Real Strategic Challenges To Groups Today – Part 2

The view from inside the healthcare delivery space could not be murkier

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The Real Strategic Challenges to Groups Today – Part 1

Healthcare leaders face difficult choices on how much focus and resource to allocate between their Fee and Value businesses

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A Really Confusing Year In Washington – Part 1

Impact on medical groups and health systems if fewer US citizens retain health insurance coverage.

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