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Healthcare Leaders & Healthcare Reform

Healthcare Leaders & Healthcare Reform. An Vu. Agenda. Introduce Critical Issue Diagnosis/ Identify Issue PEST analysis Action Plan Pros and Cons Alternatives Conclusion. Healthcare Leaders Unprepared for Healthcare reform. Lacking tools and skills necessary

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Healthcare Leaders & Healthcare Reform

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  1. Healthcare Leaders & Healthcare Reform An Vu

  2. Agenda • Introduce Critical Issue • Diagnosis/ Identify Issue • PEST analysis • Action Plan • Pros and Cons • Alternatives • Conclusion

  3. Healthcare Leaders Unprepared for Healthcare reform • Lacking tools and skills necessary • Put in position from clinical role • Behind the curve due to changing nature of health care

  4. Who Were the First Healthcare Leaders? • Clinical leaders put in administrative roles • First requirements were: • Responsible for business financial aspect • Provide most basic social service (patient care) • Maintaining Moral and social order

  5. Healthcare Administration Roles • Relatively new, not until 1968 was there actual accreditation • Curriculum includes: • Accounting • Statistics • Management • Economics • Social sciences

  6. Why is this a Critical Health care issue? • Health care leaders need to about the reform • Effects decisions and actions • Effects those they manage • Has become an issue because of the nature of the health care industry

  7. Nature of Healthcare industry • Lucrative industry • Dynamic industry • Under reform • Environment Changes

  8. Environmental Changes • Legislative changes

  9. Environmental Changes • Economic Changes

  10. Environmental Changes • Social and Demographic changes

  11. Environmental Changes • Technological changes

  12. Environmental Changes • Competitive Changes

  13. Changes .. And more changes • We have • Changes in healthcare administration roles • Changes in healthcare industry • Changes in environment factors No wonder we can’t keep up!

  14. Surveys prove point

  15. How do we analyze and fix • PEST analysis • Create short term 5 year action plan

  16. PEST analysis

  17. Action plan • Form a strategic vision where healthcare reform is headed and how managers can adapt to the changes • Setting objectives for healthcare managers to obtain necessary foundation skills • crafting a strategy to achieve the desired outcome by surveys from employees and management • Evaluating the success of the goal and making any necessary corrective adjustments.

  18. Action Plan

  19. Pros • Prepared educated healthcare managers! • Compliance with health care reform Cons • Health institutions buy in • Healthcare managers not high priority

  20. Alternatives • Do nothing! • Healthcare managers have adapted when something has come up • Thinking upstream is a radical change

  21. Conclusion • Healthcare managers still unprepared • Action plan only short term

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