Cleveland Clinic Strategic Plan

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There are many things that contribute to making a business successful, such as a good strategic plan that includes the mission, vision, and values for an organization. The mission is the basic purpose of the organization, as well as its scope of operations. It is a statement of the organization’s reason for existing and the shared purpose of the people in the organization. The mission often is written in terms of the general clients it services. Depending on the scope of the organization, the mission may be broad or narrow (Snell, Morris, Bohlander, 2014). For example, I work for a well-known hospital in Ohio and the mission is to provide better care of the sick, investigation into their problems, and further education of those who serve.…show more content…
There will always be opportunities to improve technology, institute new programs and improve old programs. Over the past few years, Cleveland Clinic has seized the opportunity to acquire several hospitals and its patients around Ohio. The organization will take advantage of technology by offering the virtual visits to eligible patients via email ads to educate the patients about the program and use YouTube to reach out the millions of current and potential…show more content…
If a patient feels tired after a full night's sleep and snore loudly, there is a possibility for the potential of a sleep disorder. The main types of sleep apnea are obstructive sleep apnea, the more common form that occurs when the throat muscles relax, central sleep apnea occurs when the brain does not send the proper signals to the muscles that control breathing, and complex sleep apnea syndrome that occurs when someone has both obstructive sleep apnea and central sleep apnea (Pack, 2002). Sleep apnea appears in about 25 percent of men and almost 10 percent of women. This sleep disorder can affect people of all ages, including little babies, young children and especially people over the age of fifty and people that are overweight. There are specific physical traits and clinical features that are similar in patients with obstructive sleep apnea including a large neck, obesity, and essential irregularities that reduce the diameter of the upper airway, such as nasal blockage, a low-hanging soft palate, inflated tonsils, or a small jaw with an overbite (,
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