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SWOT Analysis

NUR/587 Due July 22, 2013
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Susan Odden

on 11 August 2013

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Happy Valley Hospice and Palliative Care (HVHP)
SWOT ANALYSIS
July 29, 2013
NUR/587
Kris Altman, Mary Sue Dumas, Susan Odden, Lyda Velez, Sue Weinhold

Objectives
Company Overview

Role of Leadership/Strategic Management

Strategic Initiatives

Strengths, Weaknesses,Opportunities, Threats (SWOT)

Resource Allocation

Conclusion


Strengths
Medicare certified
Regulatory requirements
Profitability
Board affiliations
Health Information Exchange (HIE)
Contributions to the community
Weaknesses
Outdated Technology
Marketing/Outreach
Scarcity of Staff
Referrals
Opportunities
Threats
Two Initiatives
Five Year Plan
External Environment Effects
Role of Leadership
References
Conclusions
Technological
Social
Competitive
Technological
Competitive
Social
Partner with Accountable Care Organization (ACO)
Nursing staff BSN by 2018
ACO Partnership
BSN Requirement
Referral Base
Branding
Update Technology
Access to Specialties
Buying Power
Economics
Patient Satisfaction
Quality of Care
Outcomes
Evidence Based Practice
Competitive
Health Care Reform
Vision
Mission
Education
Involvement
Communication
National Quality Forum. (2012, June). Performance measurement coordination strategy for hospice and
palliative care. Retrieved from http://www.qualityforum.org/Publications/2012/06/Performance_Measurement_Coordination_Strategy_for_Hospice_and_Palliative_Care.aspx

Security Issues
Political
Values and Beliefs
Regulatory
Potential Complacency
Medicare Regulations
National Quality Forum
Economic
Local Community Changes
ACO Effect
Medicare Reimbursement
Happy Valley Hospice
and
Palliative Care
Medicare certified since 2000
Current census 500
Steady growth and profitability

Hindmarch, J. (2012). Nurse leaders have the vision and expertise to widen access to palliative and end-of-life
care. International Journal of Palliative Nursing(18)11, 531-533.
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. NHPCO Facts and Figures: Hospice Care in America. 2012
Edition. Retrieved from: http://www.nhpco.org/sites/default/files/public/Statistics_Research/2012_Facts_Figures.pdf
Atter, L. (2008). Using creative transformational leadership in shaping our hospice's journey to excellence.
Practice Development in Health Care (7)3, 134-142. doi: 10.1002/pdh.261
Curran, C. & Totten, Mary K. (2010). Expanding the role of nursing in health care governance. Nursing
Economics (28)1, 44-46.
HVHP provides high quality palliative and end-of-life care to patients and their families.

Analysis of SWOT is essential for development of goals and strategic planning for the future.

We value partnerships that share our commitment to excellence.

Taylor, D. L. (2008). Should the entry into nursing practice be the baccalaureate degree? Association of
Operating Room Nurses. AORN Journal, 87(3), 611-620. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aorn.2007.07.006
Tinkham, M. R. (2013). Pursuing magnet designation: Choosing a professional practice model. Association of
Operating Room Nurses.AORN Journal, 97(1), 136-139. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aorn.2012.09.007
Political
Regulatory
Economic
Allocation of Resources
“We must now see more innovation and collaboration between providers and community groups, not only to meet the present need but also to cope with increased demand in years to come, as more of us will live longer with more complex conditions".
(Hindmarch, 2012, p. 533)
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