Strategic planning enables an organization to look into the future in an orderly and systematic way, ensures that a hospital remains relevant and responsive to patient and community needs and provides a clear and consistent organizational focus.
It also provides a basis for monitoring progress, results and impact.
At Stanford Health Care (SHC), the hospital and patient care departments engage in the strategic planning process.
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Strategic Plan »
Enabling the Organization
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Initiatives, Future Plans, Accomplishments
Professional Practice Model »
Beliefs, Values, Theories, and Systems
Caring Science »
Jean Watson’s “Caring Science” Theory
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University Liaison Service
Precision Health, Safety, Quality & Patient Safety
Cultivate exceptional practice patterns in the delivery of care that are guided by both evidence and research. Hardwire safety goals into daily operations.
Patient and Family/ Customer Experience
Create an environment that demonstrates excellence in the delivery of patient and family centered care.
Research and Innovation
Create a culture of clinical inquiry and research.
Education & Workforce Development, Diversity & Inclusion
Create an environment that demonstrates excellence in education and workforce development.
Financial/ Operational Optimization Access to Care
Create an environment that demonstrates efficiencies and fiscal responsibility in the delivery of patient-and family- centered care.
Create an environment that supports a healthier internal and external community.
To promote IT systems supporting practice. Develop proficiency in application of technology-based approach to improve care and reduce patient safety events.
500P/300P Transition Strategy
Successful transition to new 500P towers & reset of 300P building.