Community Health Medical Centre Case Study by Master Researcher

Community Health Medical Centre
A case study analyzing issues within a community health medical center.
# 87195 | 2,925 words | 9 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Business (Administration) , Medical and Health (Public Health Issues)

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This case analyzes a community health medical center with statistics and information based in 1995. A detailed analysis of the case highlights three central issues: recruitment of qualified physicians, the need to reach out into the community and the potential expansion into additional facilities. The paper proposes a central solution set that incorporates all of these issues and a new electronic medical records network.

From the Paper:

"Executive Summary Based on the mission statement: "To promote a healthier future for our community by consistently providing excellent accessible health care with pride, compassion, and respect" (Ginter, Swayne & Duncan, 2002) this document will provide a strategic plan to address the various issues currently facing C. W. Williams Health Center. C. W. Williams is facing numerous issues. The primary issues synthesized from the data as presented include: staff recruitment, expansion opportunities and strategic alliances. This case study presents an analysis based on these three central issues. It is this writer's belief that several unique solutions all aimed at effectively combining the concepts behind strategic alliances and satellite locations can combine to achieve the goals and objectives identified for C. W. Williams. All solutions presented are also consistent with identified conceptual goals cited in literature for managed care, alliance formation, strategic partnerships, community health programs, etc."

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