LW Consulting, Inc. was approached by an organization to review a three-month sample of pharmacy bills to identify potential opportunities in reducing pharmacy expense through ongoing review and monitoring of pharmacy bills, developing clinical initiatives and clinical assessments, and moving from formulary to other alternatives.
In April 2018, LW Consulting, Inc. (LWCI) performed an operational assessment for a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) located in Pennsylvania to identify cost-saving opportunities within the dining department operations. The facility recorded an increase of departmental costs since May 2017. LW Consulting, Inc. conducted a four-hour site visit to find a solution. 
LW Consulting, Inc. (LWCI) was engaged to conduct a billing and clinical documentation audit for Medicare Part A and Part B services for a skilled nursing facility (SNF) to ensure accurate documentation and billing. The residents documented in this case study were specifically selected to guarantee the maximum representation of risk areas and areas of focus as per the Office of Inspector General.
Prior to engaging LW Consulting, Inc. (LWCI), the facility had not been assessed for years, and many of the policies and procedures were outdated. After completing a detailed facility assessment, LW Consulting, Inc. identified a potential cost savings of $74,110 annually.

As therapy specific documentation, coding and billing requirements change, more therapists are finding it difficult to comply. LW Consulting, Inc. (LWCI) recognized the need for an experienced therapist to partner with facilities who have in-house therapy departments. Christ the King Manor in DuBois, Pennsylvania is a facility benefiting from this partnership.

A large subacute skilled nursing facility was experiencing significant annual operating loss and management was concerned that the operating cost per day was high compared to similar facilities. Management decided to seek the services of a qualified firm to provide an operational assessment to identify opportunities for operating efficiencies and recommendations for improvement in the operating results.
The state of Maryland started a phase-in transition on January 1, 2015 to a new 48 RUG-IV reimbursement case-mix system. Many facilities throughout Maryland have struggled with learning best practices around the 48 RUG-IV system. After partnering with LW Consulting, Inc., this Maryland-based skilled nursing facility saw a 20% improvement in their CMI score.