HJA Strategies’ work with not-for-profits begins and ends with ensuring and solidifying mission-alignment while optimizing and building service capacity, quality and efficiency. We have a unique competency in strategic guidance for major healthcare systems, exemplified by our work with clients such as New York University Langone Medical Center and Hackensack University Medical Center, which is further grounded in decades of deep experience.
We can offer guidance on and expertise with:
- Hospital system and medical facility mergers and acquisitions
- Catholic medical and charitable institutions, particularly relative to ensuring adherence to ethical and religious directives
- FQHC creation and management optimization
- Creation of government payer strategy (CMS)
- Medicaid revenue maximization for municipalities, counties and states
- Building alliances between healthcare systems and medical schools
- Clinical integration among hospital systems and other medical facilities
- Rehabilitation and nursing care facility management and expansion
- Ambulatory surgery center and outpatient facility repositionings, alliances and acquisitions
- Integration with Big Data
Outside of healthcare, HJA Strategies can offer advice on how to grow your work, meet board and grant objectives and raise funds. Executive Director Henry Amoroso also sits on several boards of non-profits, including:
- Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark, Chairman 2002 - present
- Archdiocese of Newark, Vice Chairman of Finance Council and Chairman of Budget Committee 2005 - present
- Victoria Foundation, Member 2013 - present
- The Papal Foundation, Member 2004 - present
- United Cerebral Palsy, Member 2012 - present
- Cancer Research and Treatment Foundation, Member 1998 - present
St. Vincent’s Healthcare System; Cathedral Health; Archdiocese of Newark: As Chief Executive Officer of St. Vincent’s Healthcare System, HJA Strategies Executive Director Henry Amoroso served as CEO during the realignment of a $1 billion hospital system with 5,500 employees and 800 medical staff. In New Jersey, Henry did similar repositioning work with Cathedral Health and the Archdiocese of Newark.
"HJA Strategies' professionals are readily available to respond to issues and questions. Their analysis, findings and recommendations have been extremely valuable regarding new program development. I have great confidence in HJA Strategies and rely on their experience and expertise. Our excellent working relationship is enhanced by their operational experience, which provides for open-ended discussion and feedback. HJA Strategies provides invaluable financial and strategic planning to my organization. They have been more than consultants, they have been real partners to new ventures due to their insight, experience and knowledge. "
Senior Executive, Major Northeastern Medical Center