Criteria to use when selecting a Consulting Firm


When selecting a consulting firm, we believe you must consider three factors: competence, integrity and experience. A firm that displays competence not only fulfills your project needs, but allows you to feel comfortable with that firm's management, expertise, people and style. Most importantly, the firm must have a proven ability to work with your staff and within the culture of your organization. At MMC, we take a very detailed, hands-on approach to our projects. Why? Because we, too, have a vested interest in the success of the project, it is important to us to become members of your team.

The second factor to consider is a firm's integrity. At MMC, we hold the highest ethical standards for our firm and its members, as well as for those clients we represent. It is the philosophy of MMC that we remain impartial, independent and objective in our approaches to each situation we're presented with while on-site. This way, we're able to determine the best solution for your concerns, without the cloud of confused loyalties or vested interests hampering our decision-making abilities.

The final factor in the selection process is a firm's experience, as demonstrated by satisfied clients. We at MMC are proud of the work we've done, and are confident that our references will give you a clear understanding of our accomplishments, abilities and personalities. We believe in serving our clients with a positive attitude, and strive to establish an excellent rapport with project teams, hospital management and staff. It is important to us that we create a positive work environment for ourselves and for our clients throughout the course of every project we accept.

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