MVI, the leading provider of Management Consulting for the Hospice industry, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year! MVI, and its three affiliate companies (MVI Benchmarking, MVI Systems, MVI Media), has served over 900 Hospices primarily in the United States. MVI provides benchmarking, world-class management development programs, financial system support, Medicare cost report preparation and transformational “best known practices” based on the quantified practices of organizations that operate in the 90th percentile in terms of quality and financial results. Two decades of experience have transformed MVI from a new venture with revolutionary ideas about management into perhaps the most respected consulting company in the Hospice movement. The core competency of MVI is that of “creating extraordinary managers and giving those managers extraordinary tools” that help Hospices best fulfill the mission with uncommon quality while simultaneously being vastly more than “sustainable” financially.
Andrew Reed, CEO and Chief Teaching Officer of Multi-View Incorporated, is one of the most influential people in the United States regarding the business operations of Hospice. He is best known for “the Model” – a modern approach to Hospice management where the use of traditional budgets is eliminated, all work is to 100% of Standards on a day-to-day basis and the management of the business is simplified to the point of becoming “devastatingly” easy, which enables energy and resources to be intelligently directed based on precise information and professional perspective.
MVI completed the very first Medicare Hospice Cost Report, has compiled more Hospice operational data, and has implemented more Hospice financial systems than any other organization in the world.
“We at MVI are thankful to all who have placed trust in us through the years, making this anniversary possible,” said Andrew Reed. “We are committed to integrous management and providing a world-class customer experience for every client we have the privilege to serve.”