about IASIS



IASIS is committed to providing high-quality, cost-effective healthcare to improve the overall delivery of care in the communities we serve.  As we expand the reach of our facilities, our clinical operations, integrated information systems, hospital management programs, physician alignment strategies, managed care operations and access to capital are working together to continually enhance our efficient, high quality provider networks located throughout the country.
  • Delivering Outstanding Quality Care - IASIS’ proprietary Hospital Medical Management & Quality ProgramTM (HMMQPTM) uses an integrated approach to achieve excellence in quality and process improvement.  By leveraging our sophisticated technology, we are able to use comparative data to detect inefficiencies, prioritize opportunities and set improvement goals- all of which positively affect patient outcomes.
  • Growing Strong Physician Partnerships - The backbone of our care model is our talented group of physicians. We focus on community-based recruitment programs, developing a centralized market approach along with a plan to manage critical nuances in each physician’s line of business.
  • Building Operational Excellence - Our hospitals tap into a dependable, advanced information system, solid service-line strategies and an abundance of tools for continual improvement in all aspects of clinical operations, including quality and revenue cycle management initiatives.
  • Supporting Hospital Boards and Management Teams for Local Success - Our team doesn’t simply manage hospital operations from our corporate offices in Tennessee; instead, we thrive on direct community connections and work closely with hospital boards and management teams, physicians, employees, patients and local residents.
To help our hospitals grow and compete in their local markets, we make critical investments in technology and provide access to capital so new projects can be launched and implemented as soon as possible.  Since 2002, IASIS has spent more than a billion dollars of capital on projects including the construction of new hospitals, facility expansions, IT investments and maintenance improvements.