DALLAS – Saxony Partners has joined the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council as an associate member, the company announced today.
The Council, founded in the mid-1970s to advance healthcare in the North Texas region by uniting area hospitals and industry leaders, focuses on issues related to patient safety, quality of care, and healthcare costs.
By leveraging technology and data strategy, Saxony Partners helps its healthcare clients improve outcomes, reduce waste and inefficiencies, and drive performance.
“Saxony Partners and the DFW Hospital Council are both committed to solving the big issues affecting healthcare,” said Alan Stein, vice president of Saxony’s healthcare practice. “As our healthcare practice continues to expand, we foresee many opportunities to work with the Council and its members to solve those issues through innovative solutions.”
The vision for the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council is to be recognized as the principal resource for advocacy, communications, and education related to hospitals in North Texas. Hospital members include the biggest players in the Metroplex, including Baylor, Scott & White, Medical City, Texas Health, Kindred, LifeCare, and Methodist.
In addition to Saxony Partners, other associate members of the DFWHC include PwC, Accenture, Bank of America, Santander, American Cancer Society, Alzheimer’s Association, and the American Heart Association.