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This guide outlines a strategic planning process to help you craft a plan. Learn best practices, practical examples and insights from strategists.
In 2017, Huggins Hospital in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, had a fairly new leadership team and an outdated strategic plan. They realized it would be valuable to bring in an outside partner, so they asked Stratasan to guide them through the process of updating their plan. This article discusses the five-step planning process developed to address each of their goals for growth.
Using techniques such as small group meetings, large group meetings, and a coalition of participants (crossing the organization horizontally and vertically), Huggins facilitated conversations for quick strategy and action planning.
This session will explore how organizations have adopted new business planning models to identify opportunities and bring ideas to execution more quickly.
Join SHSMD board president Ruth Portacci and Kaufman Hall managing director Mark Grube for a live discussion about the survey findings and key implications for health care strategists.
Rapidly evolving dynamics have made the process of planning the distribution of services, both physically and virtually, across your care networks more challenging than ever before. A senior healthcare advisor will facilitate a broad panel of industry experts to explore the concept of planning for the "Enterprise-Wide Access Strategy."
Hear how SVHS built a strategy-execution platform to convert a great strategy into effective implementation. Participants will also learn a theory and method to build execution into strategy for their organizations to use.
A case study will be shared that highlights the hallmarks of planning and performance improvement: integration, alignment, engagement, communication, and focus.
As healthcare strategists, we may also long for a similar scorecard to help us turn potential opportunities into real winners. The hospital leadership at AAMC teamed up to pinpoint gaps in services as well as the missing pros—the physician specialists and other clinicians—that might help grow patient volume and meet the healthcare needs of the community they serve.
In this session you will learn how progressive strategy teams are restructuring, reprioritizing, and reskilling to take on new roles and responsibilities, and how you can position your team to drive change, rather than be driven by it.
This session will focus on detailing a framework for integrating post-acute providers into the hospital strategic planning process and understanding common challenges influencing all participants.