The priorities form the basis for ABMHC’s strategic plan described in this report. for selected clinic patients who must travel long distance for clinical services to use in lieu of face-to-face strategic planning into its overall approach for nursing care. This Nursing Strategic Plan is written and implemented with a desire for the future sustainability of excellence and serves as our roadmap and guiding light to be the top-rated safety net public hospital in America and beyond. Key issues relating to delivery of the hospital’s Strategic Plan UPMC Nursing’s Strategic Plan • UPMC Nursing over 12,000 nurses strong • Providing over 3,500 clinical experiences per semester • Our belief “Every nurse is a leader” • ANCC’s Magnet Model ... 20 Hospital health system offering a variety of specialties The culmination of the many planning discussions is a new, bold plan for the future that requires the collective energy of all to achieve the desired outcomes for our patients, our hospital and the broader system. MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR – ROCIO KIRYCZUN I am pleased to present you with the FY 2020-2024 Human Resources (HR) Department’s Strategic Plan. The Memorial Hospital Strategic Plan serves as a roadmap for every program and service we develop. This section of the Strategic Plan sets out clear statements of what business the Hospital is in (Mission), where it wants to be (Vision), and what beliefs and behaviors will enable it to get there (Values). The strategic aim of St. John’s Hospital is to continue to play a vital role in the development and provision of acute hospital services in the Mid-West Region. The existing Vision, Mission and Values below were acknowledgedand not modified during the strategic planning workshop. I came across this article the other day on Becker Hospital Review and thought it would be a great one to share for those in the medical field who are in the strategic planning process. This Strategic Plan is focused on the period 2015 – 2018. This strategic plan is our roadmap and intended to be an integrated effort. identified strategic priorities, goals and objectives for improving and maintaining the quality, scope and access of public mental health services offered in Aiken and Barnwell counties. The St. Michael’s 2015-18 Strategic Plan is illustrated below. We feel that by providing this approach, we are building a high-performing, effective team readied to meet the opportunities and challenges of today and the future. Each of these priorities has goals that help us meet our mission and provide the best healthcare services possible to our community. strategic planning process). Getting started with your hospital strategic planning depends entirely on where you already are in the process. If you haven’t started, your first step is to gain leadership buy-in on the importance of a five-year plan—and then begin with the steps we’ve outlined. The planning process includes an assessment component that results in the identification of initiatives andpriorities to guide the completion of athree (3) Year Strategic Plan. This plan provides general information about the services we provide and the strategies we will UC Davis Health 2017-2020 Strategic Plan 5 Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences n Expand primary care psychiatry education program from a statewide to a national program n Develop a telepsychiatry program and use newer technologies (smart phone, screening instruments, etc.) We believe this plan will allow ABMHC to flourish as an excellent behavioral Brown Consulting, Ltd. to conduct a successful planning process culminating in a Three (3) Year Strategic Plan. Everything we do is linked to the five strategic priorities listed below. 5 Best Practices for Creating a Hospital Strategic Plan in Uncertain Times. The development of this five-year plan was a collaborative process involving employees and stakeholders, including our customer-departments. The overarching goals A nursing strategic plan promote the implementation of consistent and even improved work processes that can reflect the quality standards of the hospital or the organization where the nurses work for.