"The Chief Strategy Officer has been called the “Architect of the Future,” leading the organization in data collection and assessment, developing relevant business analytics, and in the creation and implementation of strategies and tactical plans to grow market share and improve revenue."

- Rachel Polhemus, Senior partner at Witt/Kieffer

In today’s dynamic market, the CSO’s position is complicated by data collection and fidelity issues, regulatory uncertainty, and resource constraints. Pivotal can help by providing access to a broad range of relevant data, and by automating analytical processes, providing deep insight and saving time and resources.

See below to explore how pivotal can help.


What trends define the populations that you serve? Are your communities changing? Who are they now, and how might they change in the future?

Pivotal leverages multiple sources of data to allow you to explore your communities.

Sites of Care

Your communities rely on accessible locations to ensure they are covered when care is necessary. Pivotal’s comprehensive map of facilities and programs can help identify gaps, illustrate growth opportunities, and facilitate competitive analysis.

Clinical Service Lines

Optimize and manage both inpatient and outpatient service lines by aligning their distribution profiles with projected market demand with Pivotal.

Access Segmentation

How do you define access for individual sites of care? Pivotal can help with multiple dynamic drive-time settings, pedestrian traffic options, and public transportation mapping. Each option allows for a re-segmentation of the service population, driving specialized service mapping by location.