SWOT analysis - Strengths The SWOT analysis strengths will...

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Strengths The SWOT analysis’ strengths will represent the clinic’s internal operating features that are performing as expected or excelling. The internal operating features are features that the clinic has control over or can change. For example, a clinic’s strengths could be an increase in the number of primary care physicians (PCP) on staff, partnerships with medical schools, being on track with a fundraising campaign, compliance with Health and Human Service regulations, short waiting room times and state-of-the-art laboratory and medical equipment. Threats The SWOT analysis’s threats represent the clinic’s external operating attributes where detrimental outcomes to the clinic could occur. The external operating attributes are features reflective of the current business environment that the clinic operates within. For example, a clinic’s threats could be rapidly changing medical technologies, decreasing reimbursed health insurance payments, new government-ordered vaccine regulations, a nursing strike or a declining economy. Making the SWOT Analysis Chart SWOT analysis charts are two-by-two spreadsheets with all four categories equally represented. Each corner box represents one category’s list. Strengths will be highlighted in the top left corner box and weaknesses in the top right corner box. Opportunities will be highlighted in the bottom left corner box and threats in the bottom right corner box.
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