Health:Further - The Future of Health Podcast
By Jason Moore
By Jason Moore
By Hank Neuhoff
You’ve walked through all the right steps for strategic growth planning: you conducted a business and operational analysis, developed a strategic plan, and your team has been executing against it. This planning process can be daunting for any team to manage, but especially so if you are a smaller hospital or one of the many hospital systems trying to maintain a growth mindset in the face of downsizing.
You have now arrived at step 8 of a successful strategic growth process: reviewing your plan’s execution to measure progress. The purpose of this review is to make sure your hard work is paying off and your goals are being achieved.
By Lee Ann Lambdin and Forrest Rich
When given the opportunity to present market insights, pitch new marketing ideas, or showcase progress updates regarding your growth-related projects, are you delivering presentations that tell the most compelling story possible? Or do you often find that your presentations fall flat and fail to achieve your intended outcome?
Equipped with the right method for creating impactful presentations, your meetings can effetively and clearly present the right information and achieve your desired results. If your presentations are not clear, easy to interpret, and readily facilitating productive conversations, then this white paper is for you.
Providers in many markets are feeling the impact of reduced patient payments, competitor maneuvers, and new market entrants. When trying to determine the best expansion opportunities, hospitals and health systems often develop growth plans based upon instinct, local knowledge, or raw market data.
Discussions around “big data” — what it is and why it’s useful — are infiltrating every arena of the healthcare space. Strategic planning, marketing, business development, patient care, and health outcomes are looking to big data for answers.
While the intelligence gained from big data analysis is valuable, there are compelling reasons to believe that working with the right data is far more important than simply having access to, and analysis of, big data.