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Culture, Process and Outcomes: Where Strategy Begins

Examine your organization’s culture to enhance the strategic planning process

A strategic plan is a roadmap providing long-term direction for the achievement of desired goals and results. Often healthcare organizations’ strategic plans miss the mark because they do not take into account the current culture and fail to design a process that involves the right people, focusing on the right issues, at the right time.

Using an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) as an example, this seminar will help you design a successful strategic planning process.

You'll Learn:

  • Examine your organization’s culture and improve its readiness to enhance the strategic planning process.
  • Discuss how culture impacts strategy and provide tools to improve working relationships.
  • Establish a trust-based culture using the “Patient Driven Leadership” method.
  • Identify disconnects between your organization’s strategic planners and implementers.
  • Explore examples of insurance exchanges and ACO strategies that build consensus and support for implementation through the selection of key individuals and best approaches.

Presented by:

Don Seymour and Brian Wong, MD

Seminar leaders Don Seymour, president, Don Seymour & Associates, and Brian Wong, MD, CEO, The Bedside Trust, provide approaches to establish a trust-based culture and improve the strategic planning process.

Registration

  • Click on the Register Now link for the location of your choice
  • Call ACHE's Customer Service Center at (312) 424-9400
  • Download a registration form PDF
 

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New Orleans

May. 19– 22, 2014
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Austin

Oct. 13– 16, 2014
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Steamboat Springs

Feb. 9– 12, 2015
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Tuition

2014

ACHE members $1,375
Non-members $1,575

2015

ACHE members $1,375
Non-members $1,575

Register by November 1 to take advantage of 2014 pricing. Pricing for 2015 programs is subject to increase after November 1.


Who Should Attend

CEO’s, COO’s, and other Senior Executives

Continuing Education Credit

In addition to the 12 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits assigned to this seminar, ACHE is accredited by other organizations to provide continuing education credit. View complete information about these organizations.



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