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Commitment accountability effective implementation

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Commitment.Accountability. Effective implementation.
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Strategic PlanningBegin with an assessment of the organization’s situation.Internal and ExternalWhat’s the most significant challenges the organization might face over the next five years?Make a list and prioritize.Direction should be set Including possible challenges.ask a simple question with a complex answerReview mission statement Solid strategic planning process can build trust.
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S.W.O.TStrength WeaknessesOpportunitiesThreatsNote: Strengths and weaknesses are usually internal. opportunities and threats are external.
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Strategic PlanningFailing to Plan is Planning to Fail.Strategic planning in healthcare is an ongoing processDefine where you are currently, to undertand where your going.The past and future requires overviewHaving a plan in place to reach the next level
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Information TechnologyElectronic Health RecordsPersonal Health RecordsHealth Information ExchangeTechnology is a necessary part of healthcare.
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Conclusion
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ReferencesSchwartz, R., & Cohn, K. (2002). The necessity for physician involvement in strategic planning in healthcare organizations. American Journal of Surgery, 184(3), 269.
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