A Presentation Of A Strategic Analysis Of Hospital At Home Program Of Presbyterian Healthcare Services

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The paper is a presentation of a strategic analysis of hospital at home program of Presbyterian Healthcare Services in New Mexico, which seeks to improve care quality and patient satisfaction while reducing costs. The analysis identifies the key issues, conducts a situational analysis, presents strategy formulation, offers recommendations, designs the implementation of strategies, and concludes with benchmarks for success which utilize contingency plans. It is outlined how Presbyterian Healthcare Services are well suited to use the Johns Hopkins home care model. PHS will require adaptation, Market entry and competitive strategies that are rational to enter the market as outlined. As a recommendation, PHS should underline their commitment of creating a community of early adopters, and should consistently work to that end by providing guidance to more organizations. Implementation strategies are initiated in the form of service delivery and support systems that underline the implementation of the directional, adaptive, market entry and adaptive strategies. The benchmarks for success are based on how well the issues have been addressed by the integrated system, namely the results. Key Issues The Presbyterian Home Healthcare Services Program in New Mexico is facing some issues as presented in the case study. The main issue, which also faces the majority of US hospitals is the prospect that shortage of beds is expected to increase as the population in the home ages. The

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