Welcome To IMPACTIVO™
IMPACTIVO™ Your value-based health system transformation business partner.
• Strategy and Management Consulting  • Data Insights
• Leadership, Workforce & Workplace Development & Learning
• Research & Evidence-Based Practices  • Funding Strategy
• Policy Advocacy for Health Transformation
Deliver your desired clinical and financial results. Clients have generated millions in savings using these tools…
Build sustainable projects with our support and subject matter expertise on value-based payment, federal funds and fundraising…
Empower your clinical and patient service teams to adopt and implement best practices to improve patient outcomes…
IMPACTIVO™, LLC. is an impact-driven health consulting firm committed to transforming health systems.
Our integrated solutions empower leaders in the health and social sector with the knowledge, resources, data, structure and technology necessary to transform their organizations within a profitable, sustainable and high-quality patient-centered model.
IMPACTIVO™ enables connections that catalyze change. We are your business partners in understanding the health system and empower you and your team to improve patient outcomes, demonstrate value and achieve financial success in health.
ImpACTivista™ Learning Hub
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Evaluating Telehealth as an Alternative to Support Patients in Times of COVID-19 in Puerto Rico
The COVID-19 pandemic in Puerto Rico has changed the way of health care is provided. To prevent the spread of
IMPACTIVO AWARDED COMPETITIVE GRANT FROM THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (NSF)
DEVELOPMENT OF E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGY FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS IN PUERTO RICO Impactivo celebrates its 10th anniversary announcing the development of innovative
Puerto Rico Federally Qualified Health Centers Workforce Needs Assessment
Overview IMPACTIVO in partnership with the HRSA Region 2 Public Health Training Center (Region 2 PHTC) conducted a formal public
Studies of Impact
Research & Publications
Impactivo received a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I award to work on strategies to significantly reduce primary care physician shortages and improve quality of care for low-income patients
There is scientific consensus that the Zika virus causes microcephaly in newborns, and recent case reports also suggest a link between Zika and other neurological disorders, such as myelitis or brain abnormalities.
In 2015, Impactivo received its first funding award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to support a project on reducing complications around pregnancy