The Financial control model is an activity-based management model, in which production, capacity (fte) and financial data can be smartly matched, in order to optimize the physician capacity and competence. This enables you to make better informed decisions, based on data and facts.
Are you looking for a way to efficiently calculate costprices of medical specialist resources, widely supported and accepted within your organization?
The activity-based costing model provides a way to calculate accurate and comprehensive costprices of medical services. An integral part of this is the accurate allocation of medical specialist capacity and costs. The model follows the principles of the relationship between workload and production.
Are you seeking optimal alignment between objectives for production, capacity and costs of your health care institution?
Are you looking to better determine the effect of portfolio choices or meaningful health care on your business operations?
Thanks to the capacity budgeting, the required physician capacity and competence becomes a logical result of the expected or contracted care volume.
Does your compensation agreement no longer justify the provided physician capacity and competence?
Are you on the lookout for more transparency and alignment in the compensation agreements between the hospital and physicians?
The Compensation model enables hospitals and physicians to efficiently reach well-founded financial agreements.
Are you seeking a broadly supported benchmark methodology to objectively clarify and compare the provided performance?
Do you want to use the outcome of the benchmark for a balanced and transparent allocation of physician capacity?
The Performance model uses a broadly utilized benchmark methodology and supports hospitals with the monitoring of care performance and required medical capacity (manpower planning).
Benchmarking is regarded worldwide as one of the most efficient management tools, and it helps to shape a learning organization. At the moment, the LOGEX Benchmark® is made up of over 90% of the Dutch hospitals, 1,000 unions and over 5,000 physicians.