KPMG Netherlands

Last updated: 13.02.2014

Address: KPMG Gebouw, Laan van Langerhuize 1, 1186 DS Amstelveen, the Netherlands

Tel: +31 20 656 78 90


Company description

KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. We have 140,000 outstanding professionals working together to deliver value in 146 countries worldwide.

KPMG has 15 offices in the Netherlands. We are located throughout the country, in order to be close to our clients. Our modern, sustainable headquarters is based in Amstelveen.

As from 1 October 2009, KPMG the Netherlands is part of KPMG Europe LLP, a combination of forces that currently includes the British, German, Belgian, Luxembourg, Swiss, Spanish, Russian and Turkish KPMG practices. Together these firms have approximately 30,000 partners and staff members working from more than 100 offices. In 2008, turnover totalled EUR 4.6 billion.

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Global healthcare systems are facing more complex challenges than ever. KPMG is committed to providing long term support to our clients as they tackle these challenges and seek to transform the way that healthcare is provided.

Products and services

Some of the key issues for healthcare organizations:

Demographic change: how to care for an ageing population with increasing and changing needs.
Quality: how to deliver better outcomes, better safety and a better patient experience at lower costs.
Access: how to ensure that people get the care they need, when and where they need it.
Funding: how to access sufficient funding for operations and capital improvements during times of intense fiscal pressure.

How can we help?

With deep industry experience, insight and technical support, KPMG firms are among the leaders in delivering a broad range of audit, tax and advisory services to meet the unique needs of healthcare policy-makers, providers and payers. Our Advisory propositions revolve around five core themes:

Care System Redesign: Working across regional health ecosystems to redesign patient pathways and shift the provision of care to more appropriate settings
Organisational Architecture: Ensuring value is delivered through mergers, acquisitions, divestments, joint ventures, shared services and outsourcing arrangements
Quality and Margin Improvement: Helping organisations to adopt best practice operational models, processes and cost management capabilities in order to enhance both service quality and value for money
Health IT: Helping to leverage enabling technologies and enhance performance through systems selection, implementation project management, controls assessments, business process improvement, and change management services
‘Board Grip’: Helping to ensure Boards have the right skills, capabilities and information to lead effectively, increase confidence in systems and processes, and improve data accuracy to streamline the costs of regulation and compliance.



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