Strategic Planning Presentation TEMPLATE Rural Health

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Strategic Planning Presentation TEMPLATE Rural Health Network Facilitator Facilitator Planning Event Date

Strategic Planning “It is not enough to just do your best or work hard. You must know what to work on.” – Edward Deming 2

A Collaborative Effort 3

Agenda Morning: 8:30 – 12:30 pm Strategic Planning – Part 1 Environmental Data Levers and Blocks Analysis Vision Discussion Afternoon: 1:00 – 4:00 pm Strategic Planning – Part 2 Strategic Objectives Workshop Alignment with Mission, Vision, Studer 4 4

Ground Rules 5 5

The best way to predict your future is to create it. — Peter F. Drucker 6 6

Planning Methodology Mission Why we exist Values What’s important to us Vision What we want to be Strategy Our game plan Communicate and Operationalize Translate strategy and create initiatives Quality Management What we want to improve Monitor and Adapt What do we measure? 7 Adapted from Kaplan & Norton, 2002 7

Network Mission Network Mission 8

Network Values Network Values 9 15

Aiming for the Vision Vision Strategic Planning Cycle Current State Adapted “Creative Tension” model by Peter Senge, et. al. 10 15

Network Vision Check-In and Commitment Network Vision 11 15

Strategic Cycle: Begin with Analyze and Plan Document & Communicate Analyze & Plan Strategic Planning Cycle Monitor & Adapt 12 Execute the plan

What is the Value of Strategy? 13 18

Analyze and Phase Plan Consider the environmental factors and look for: symptoms of change root causes of change 14

National Health Care Update Better care Better health Lower cost 15

What is Happening in our Region or State? Consider participation in an ACO, a medical home or other value-based models Partner with local primary care physicians Care coordination initiatives Prepare for population health management 16

‘State of the Network’ Report 17 15

Network Members 18 15

Network Governance 19 15

Current Network Services and Value 20 15

Network Financial Update 21 15

Network Program/Initiative Update 22 15

Network Environmental Data: Demographics 23 15

Network Environmental Data: Health Factors 24 15

Network Member Input: Network Strength/Gap 25

Network Member Input: Member Needs and Network Opportunity 26

“It is not enough to just do your best or work hard. You must know what to work on.” –Edward Deming 27

What’s Next for Planning? Levers and Blocks Workshop: looking at the log jam from the top of the tree Strategic Objectives Workshop: together finding the paths that will move us toward our vision 28


National Rural Health Resource Center National Rural Health Resource Center Rural Health Innovations Rural Health Innovations Get to know us better: The Center: 30

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