Linking Strategy to Operational Performance in Hospitals
How to Finally Measure Performance Proactively—Not Reactively
Date: Thursday, November 5, 2009
Time: 2 p.m. Eastern / 11 a.m. Pacific
Duration: 1 Hour
Here are the details:
Healthcare organizations across the country are plagued with a strategic planning process that delivers high-level objectives that aren't well-understood, are developed in operational silos and aren't measured or monitored effectively. This process negatively impacts financial outcomes, sustainability and long-term growth.
Evidence suggests that leading healthcare organizations understand the importance of connecting strategy to operational performance, but they struggle to define the right set of measures and data to eliminate data silos and enable sustainable execution of a clearly articulated strategy. They also have difficulty effectively communicating direction to all levels of the organization.
Join Ann Nevius, vice president, healthcare practice at Palladium Group, and SAP during this live Web seminar to learn about the strategies, processes and supporting tools that top healthcare providers are using to bridge the execution gap and enable a proactive view of system-wide performance for more efficient operations and improved financial outcomes.This November 5 Web seminar will take an in-depth look at the following:
- Best practices in strategic planning using a balanced scorecard for today’s healthcare environment
- How senior leaders can ensure focus on the right measures and data to drive execution of strategy that aligns with operational metrics
- How to effectively communicate strategy and direction to all levels of the organization
- How to avoid pitfalls in strategy planning
Click here to learn more and register.