Planning takes months – sometimes years…and you still aren’t sure you have the right answers.


Added to that, how can you be sure your data (or your team’s instincts) are enough? And how can ensure your stakeholders and your board have confidence in the plan you build so you can make solid decisions quickly?

Create an optimal plan in just a few weeks using the most advanced ambulatory planning system in existence – at your fingertips.


STRATUS’ easy-to-use, self-service framework leverages cloud-based computing to perform billions of calculations and produce the most comprehensive, accurate, and insightful scenario modeling capabilities and results possible—making it easy to drive consensus and decisions among your key stakeholders.

We can help you reveal highly accurate projections and insights including optimal site placement at the street and intersection level including projected patient demand, competitive physician supply, FTE need, payer mix estimates, and other critical results needed for business case development. You are in control with the ability to create, model, report, and communicate scenarios and results yourself without the need for advanced software, data subscriptions or any external assistance.

Traditional methods of site selection rely too heavily on estimation and guesswork. RES provides fact-based predictive analytics and has the strongest track-record of accurate predictions across years of Ambulatory Network Planning experience with thousands of successful ambulatory site and network recommendations in diverse markets across the country.

For more information on how RES’ STRATUS compares to traditional site selection tools and techniques, click here: The RES Difference

RES is the nation’s leading healthcare-focused ambulatory network planning advisor. Let us help you grow and transform your ambulatory care delivery.

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