Regardless of the scope of your project, the range of your needs, the size of your facility, or the scale of your resources, our team can help you optimize your correctional health care delivery model. Our nimble team stays in step with industry trends, expanding our services and solutions in a way that aligns with the changing landscape. Our services include:
Health System Assessments & Performance Improvement
Suicide Prevention Programs
Opioid Crisis Support
Active Health Services Contract Management & Monitoring
Using the Performance Analysis and Support System (PASS), our consultants act as liaisons between your care providers and correctional leaders to help you successfully navigate the complexities of contractual relationships. Through flexible and future-focused partnerships, we provide comprehensive clinical and fiscal support and oversight, coordinating and monitoring performance while ensuring compliance with contract terms and nationally accepted NCCHC health care standards. The result? Your facility will mitigate a wide array of correctional health care risks, minimize the possibility of cost- and time-intensive litigation, and decrease undesirable outcomes for incarcerated individuals in your care.
Complex Death Investigations
Training and Education
Accreditation Preparation — By reviewing your current health services policies, procedures, and practices, we determine if your health program is compliant with NCCHC’s Standards for Health Services for prisons or jails. Through subsequent monitoring, we evaluate whether further changes are required and provide clear recommendations for achieving compliance.
Certification Preparation — Through individual assessments, we determine whether staff members are on track for NCCHC professional certification programs and make recommendations for additional training and preparation, when necessary.
Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) — Our crisis intervention training teaches your correctional staff and administrators to recognize psychiatric symptoms, calm disruptive behaviors, and apply de-escalation techniques to help them avoid potentially violent interactions and create safe outcomes for staff and incarcerated populations alike.