This session will assess University of Michigan Health System’s approach to implementing virtual health, and present an evaluation framework and business case for a range of virtual health initiatives.
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This session will explore how organizations have adopted new business planning models to identify opportunities and bring ideas to execution more quickly.
A Tale of Three Cities: The Secrets to Successful Ambulatory Strategy Creation, Approval, and Implementation for Urban, Suburban, and Rural Markets
Executive Leaders of three diverse health care providers share their recent experiences and efforts to expand the impact of their ambulatory networks.
This session advances the future of health care strategy by sharing an approach to effectively integrate culture, strategy, and implementation responsibility throughout the organization.
Breaking Through: Leading Approaches From the Field to Scaling and Sustaining Innovation and Improvement
Case studies will be discussed demonstrating how hospitals are using approaches such as human-centered design, adaptive leadership and new partnerships based on social impact, to accelerate, sustain and/or scale innovation and improvement in areas ranging from clinician burnout to safety.
A successful approach to board engagement included a series of learning and listening sessions over several months, allowing board members to gain a basic understanding or choose to deep dive into key topics. These sessions, in lieu of a more traditional board retreat, provided a review of the competitive landscape through the lenses of business metrics and patient outcomes, as well as philanthropy, research funding, and reputation.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos attributes his company’s success to an “obsessive focus on the customer” rather than on the competitor. Legacy hospitals and health systems must embrace a similar mindset to remain relevant and innovative in an industry that is rapidly evolving from a focus on driving volume to generating value for customers.
Doing More With Less: Maximize Use of Assets, Respond to Market Growth, and Create Competitive Advantage
Hospitals and health systems are simultaneously facing the reality of reduced and changing reimbursement models and increased competition including competition from market innovators and disruptors. In this environment providers must learn to plan and act nimbly while pursuing incremental strategies that can create sustained competitive advantage.
Developing ambulatory care services that adapt to the changing healthcare industry and demand for health services is vital to realizing more efficient resource allocation and decreased costs compared to care received in a traditional hospital setting. However, the current healthcare model is still focused strongly around the hospital.
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."
The final result of Southcoast Health System's service line planning was a plan with a vision that supported the system's overall primary care strategy and articulated specific initiatives supportable by physicians. This lookback will be relayed by the chair of this effort, who himself is a practicing primary care physician.
Academic Medical Center and Community Hospital Collaboration: Strategy, Results, and Lessons Learned
In this session, business development leaders from San Diego Health System and Temecula Valley Hospital will share their experience in establishing a partnership.
Organizing healthcare around programs that are focused on patient needs or disease groups will become increasingly important as the regulations passed in the Affordable Care Act continue to be implemented.
Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) developed a methodology to prioritize a list of identified gaps in order to allocate resources for the coming and subsequent years.
From concept to completed submission, this session will walk you through all of the major components of writing an effective business plan. We will also provide tools and templates to guide you and help you focus on the important elements of business planning.
Elevating Leadership: A Framework for Effective Opportunity Assessments and Problem Solving (Part A & B)
Participants will gain an appreciation for bringing focus on a specific problem or question amidst complexity, setting priorities, channeling data collection and analysis to the specific question, and developing clear answers or recommendations.
See how one health system used the results of the value-based readiness assessment to prioritize the implementation of its strategic plan.
This session will present and discuss Ascension's evolving approach to scanning, incubating, and diffusing innovations across the organization and share lessons learned over the past 16 years from participation in health-related accelerators.
Business Planning Part A: Implications of Bridging Worlds on Business Planning . . . Steps to Better Identify and Capture Growth (Advanced)
This presentation will provide an overview of the challenges the current healthcare environment places on traditional planning processes, the imperative for change, a new approach to planning based on best practices from across the country, and a guide to applying this new approach to planning in your organization.