Strategy or Just Surviving?
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Central time
NDHA Member Registration fees: $225 per facility
Non-Members Registration Fee: $350 per facility
C-Suite members, health care leaders, hospital trustees.
It’s easy to get lost in day-to-day demands. Over time, this stalls organizational progress. “Being strategic” is easy to say, but how well do you understand strategy and how strategy either creates or destroys value? This session provides an introductory framework to recognize an organization’s strategic readiness, elements of a successful strategy, when to change strategy and steps to design future strategy.
In this webinar, you can expect to learn:
- Describe a definition of health care strategy versus survival.
- Discuss how to recognize when it’s time to reevaluate strategy.
- Identify steps to design future strategy.
- Outline methods of assessing strategic readiness in health care organizations.
Doug Morse is a former rural hospital CEO, network system executive and lifelong rural health care zealot. He knows small hospitals and clinics are the engines that drive communities’ ways of life. Today, he helps leaders and boards achieve exceptional scorecards and strong community support through nimble strategic planning, operational improvements and leadership training. The author of “You Got This: How to Make Big Decisions at Small Hospitals,” Moore was twice recognized as a college faculty teacher of the year. He also was recognized with the 2005 Iowa Hospital Association Young Executive Achievement Award.