Enterprise Strategic Planning

DRIVING NEXT-GENERATION RESULTS


As healthcare continues its transformation, driven by changes in national policy, technology innovation, the increasingly central role of the consumer and unprecedented level and composition of M&A activity, the way providers shape their enterprise strategy needs to transform as well.  In light of the rapidly evolving context, enterprise strategy today must clearly define where the organization will go over the next 3-5 years, while simultaneously envisioning the requirements for a fundamentally transformed future state 5-10 years into the future.  A provider’s strategy must articulate how the enterprise will differentiate against its traditional competitors, as well as how it will proactively act cooperatively or competitively, with the entirely new class of organizations poised to enter and attempt to disrupt the status quo. 

At the same time, strategy is not about prognosticating the future, in a theoretical vacuum.  On the contrary, strategy harmonizes the organization’s view of the future, with an objective assessment of the enterprise, in terms of its mission, its cultural DNA, its financial position, and its operational capabilities.  It explicitly considers the path from strategy to execution, and articulates a clear, compelling and broadly understood path forward, for the entire organization.  To that end, the optimal enterprise strategy does not simply position an organization to respond to the future, but rather to shape and define the future.

With this perspective, Chartis helps clients understand and frame the complex healthcare ecosystem they operate within, ultimately translating it into a powerful, actionable, goal-oriented enterprise strategic plan that key stakeholders embrace and execute.

Enterprise Planning Offerings

  • Enterprise Strategic Planning Development
  • “On-Demand” Consumer Strategy
  • Next-Gen Clinical Service Delivery Strategy
  • Digital Delivery Network Strategy
  • Revenue Diversification Planning
  • New Product Launch/Commercialization

Chartis Clients

  • Academic Medical Centers
  • Children’s Hospitals
  • Integrated Delivery Networks
  • Regional Health Systems
  • Physician Enterprises
  • Payors
  • Healthcare Solution Corporations
  • National & State Health Departments

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