Growth: In which areas can hospitals still make economic sense? What are healthy and sustainable alternatives to volume expansion? How can a share of future growth areas be secured? Which lever have newer ways such as hospital reviews in Internet portals?
Comparisons: Are the usual home-based benchmarks still adding value after standard topics are usually recognized? Are the available comparisons also useful? How can the right sparring partners find themselves outside the usual federation structures? Can neutral and non-influential reference values actually be set?
Strategy: What makes a hospital successful today? Are strategy processes conducted regularly and consistently? Which options for making resources more flexible and for reducing complexity in processes and organizations are still unused? How to reconcile meaningful medical strategy, necessary investments and the actual financial situation?
What is the competence network hospital management?
Hospital management is in a widening field of tension between medical needs and economic conditions. The initiative has set itself the goal of generating impulses and new ideas for a sustainable hospital management and to create a platform for the exchange between the executives of the hospitals. One focus is the identification and communication of best practices from hospitals as well as usable instruments from other sectors and industry.
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