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Strategic insights: Why healthcare must get smart about planning

 
Why operational planning is key the healthcare's growth.  View as Webpage
 
 
 
NOVEMBER 30, 2017 | SPONSORED BY: OPTUM
 
 
The secret is strategic planning
 

From workforce management to rolling out value-based care models, the more an organization thinks through the processes before putting them in place, the more success they will see. This week we take a look at the strategic planning best practices that are working in the field.

 
 
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But navigating the process, especially for a hospital with limited resources, must be done properly for the strategy to succeed.
 
 
 
 
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