Strategic Planning Clinical Programs. School of Medicine Retreat January 30, 2004. Mission Statement . “We promote the health of our patients and our community and advance the frontiers of clinical medicine”. Clinical Service Accomplishments.
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School of Medicine Retreat January 30, 2004
“We promote the health of our patients and our community and advance the frontiers of clinical medicine”
FY ’03 for Faculty
SHC Professional Practice Revenue
Direct Research Expenditures
Potential Strategies for Maintaining Patient Base for Clinical Services
The Example of University Employees care market
The failure to be able to secure university employees into our plans is emblematic of our challenges going forward- in pricing strategies, utilization, service, public perception of us.
How are we going to succeed? care market
The Expertise of our Clinical Faculty care market
Aligning Goals in SOM and SHC care market
- our local clinical competitors are true group practices, conferring on them the ability to implement joint projects quickly
Departmental Collaboration: Creation of Centers care market
The creation of centers will require clinical collaboration on a level infrequently experienced at Stanford, but these are essential to our success
The Example of the Vascular Center care market
We need to be able to implement centers more expeditiously and with common goals in mind.
Making translation a reality care market
Other Key Challenges care market
Goals for 2004 care market
The Future of SHC care market
We will rise or fall, in an open field, based on whether we align ourselves, control costs, create demand for our care, and live up to our potential
Inpatient Clinical Volume FY’02 care market
SHC Patient Origin care market
While 78% of SHC’s cases are concentrated in a five county area(1), SHC draws the remainder of its cases from a geographically dispersed region.
Source: SUMC TSI, September 2000 – April 2001 (8 months annualized).
(1) Santa Clara, San Mateo, Alameda, Monterey, and Santa Cruz.
Shared Goals for 2004 care market