CARBON Health Systems
MAKING HEALTHCARE EASIER.
The Future of Healthcare
The healthcare industry is undergoing a major overhaul.
Organizing multiple interrelated transformative projects is critical.
Technology will be a key component.
Having great leaders to help drive the change is foundational.
ANALYTICS & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE LEADERSHIP
Data & analytics requirements will only continue to grow in all industries. We are on the cutting edge simplifying the future of analytics for healthcare leaders. We work with leadership to create and execute a holistic plan that moves your organization towards a more data driven culture.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT & STRATEGY
We help organizations successfully manage multiple, complex, and integrated projects. We deliver a standard and transparent approach to project management allowing leaders to more easily manage transformational & technology changes.
PROCESS & FACILITY DESIGN
We make existing processes more efficient and help clinicians see more patients with higher quality encounters. We deliver redesigned processes allowing leaders to have immediate impact on organizational capacity, patient care and the use of technology.
Within our logo, in the word “Carbon,” can be found the Carbon 60 molecule. It is a building block of life and the strength of its design can be found throughout the world. The Carbon 60 molecule is symbolic to our approach and the need to make healthcare stronger, more connected, and simple in design.
Kevin Martin is the Founder and President of Carbon Health Systems and utilizes his extensive experience to help health care leaders transform their organizations. Carbon Health Systems has been in business over 10 years serving over 50 health systems and healthcare organizations across the nation. In addition, they enjoy partnerships with many healthcare organizations to scale service offerings including Maestro Strategies, Lawler-Wood, Center for Transformation and Innovation (at USF), and Arrow Solutions.
"Leading and simplifying change is a great art form that cannot be underestimated."