Essentials of Strategic Planning in Healthcare available in Hardcover
Essentials of Strategic Planning in Healthcare introduces readers to the factors influencing the strategic planning process in hospitals and other health services institutions today. Structured around a comprehensive case study and accompanying end-of-chapter exercises, this text places readers in the planner's seat, asking them to apply what they have learned to lead the hospital in the case study to success. Topics covered include: The role leadership plays in strategic planning Organizational factors critical to strategic planning Completing a SWOT analysis Analytical tools that support strategic planning Key data sources available to planners Strategic opportunities presented by pay-for-performance initiatives Communicating the strategic plan to multiple stakeholders Linking the strategic plan to operating performance Physician involvement in strategic planning Strategic planning initiatives across the continuum of care Hospital-physician integration models Factors affecting strategic planning in the post-acute care industry Jeffrey P. Harrison, PhD, FACHE, is an associate professor of health administration at the University of North Florida. Previously, Dr. Harrison held a wide range of managerial positions, including chief operating officer of a hospital, director of a large medical group, and leader at the health system level. He is founder and president of Harrison Consulting Group, Inc., a healthcare consulting firm.
|Publisher:||Health Administration Press|
|Edition description:||Older Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)|