When Good is NOT Good Enough. Benedictine Health System Jeri Reinhardt, Director of Quality. Today’s Topics. Overview of Benedictine Health System (BHS) The BHS Values Driven Culture and Leadership Strength
Benedictine Health System
Jeri Reinhardt, Director of Quality
In 1985, the Benedictine Sisters of St. Scholastica Monastery established BHS to:
The Benedictine Health System, a Catholic health care organization entrusted with furthering the health care mission of the Benedictine Sisters of Duluth, Minnesota, provides a spectrum of services with special concern for the poor and the powerless. The System is committed to witness to God’s love for all people by providing high-quality services in a compassionate environment that enhances human worth.
Creating Benedictine Living Communities where health, independence and choice and come to life.
February meeting: Full Board Planning Event
Thinking strategically; external & internal environment; SWOT Analysis; Shared Assumptions; Vision Discussion; Emerging Strategic Directions
March meeting: ULT meeting
Share SWOT with ULT; Identify strategic challenges/advantages
April meetings: Format long-term plan (3 years)
May meeting: Full Board event; All-Administrative event
Board determines 3-5 yr strategic directions
September meetings: Test aggregated goal statements with metric
December meetings: Final “final” plan; 2010 budgeting
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BHS CASCADING STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES AND GOALS
the second is to resist it.”
- Kenneth Grahame
2009 Strategic Goals
Hospitality Stewardship Justice Respect