Jeff Osborne

President & Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Osborne joined Accumen as President & CEO to lead the vision and execution of strategic solutions integral to assisting hospitals and health systems achieve exceptional performance in a dynamic healthcare environment. Prior to joining Accumen, he was Chief Performance Officer at Accenture and responsible for the company’s disciplined approach to performance excellence and delivering client quality. Additionally, Mr. Osborne was Chief Operating Officer for Accenture’s Business Process Outsourcing business managing client services including customer call centers, procurement and supply chain, health administration, insurance, and financial services. Mr. Osborne holds a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Arizona State University.

Resources by Jeff Osborne

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    What Constitutes an Integrated Model of Healthcare Delivery?

    First published in Population Health News An integrated model of healthcare delivery is exemplified by healthcare teams (hospitals, physicians, labs, payors) working in lockstep to treat patients with the goal of achieving the best outcomes in an efficient manner, including reaching diagnoses faster and determining appropriate treatment. As wellness initiatives, such as population health and…

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    Why Baby Boomers Are Putting Medical Labs Under the Microscope

    Baby Boomers are said to be creating new challenges in the health system and in the economy as a whole. As a large population of Boomers age and hit 65, there is an intense surge in the need for health services we’re not equipped to handle. As they retire, they cause labor shortages across all sectors and in specialized areas of health care, like in the clinical lab.

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    Increasing Lab Excellence with Three Principles of Peak Performance

    Health systems are undergoing a major transformation. They are being evaluated and inspected to ensure they’re running at peak performance. Weak links are being identified, and in today’s competitive healthcare industry weak links in a growing value-based healthcare environment are considered unacceptable.

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    Synergy is Key to Achieving Transformational Change in the Laboratory

    Change continues to be the new normal in healthcare. This couldn’t be truer for health systems challenged to be more efficient and adaptable to meet future demands. One way health systems are adapting is by establishing unique and progressive partnerships that yield high rewards.

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    Hospital Laboratory, Innovation and Value-Based Healthcare

    When people think about innovation, it’s often in the form of a new technology. But that isn’t always the case. Often, innovation comes in the way we approach challenges and opportunities. In a hospital laboratory, for example, innovation can result when information, resources or processes are reimagined to deliver greater value.

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