Creating Shared Vision

Defining a vision for your employed network that is shared by both physicians and healthcare executives is crucial to your long-term success. Working with physicians to define the attributes of their ideal group defines how the network must evolve to be an asset in the changing marketplace. A shared vision helps executives build relationships with physicians to create a culture of accountability.

The HSG shared vision process produces a description of what the group should look like in 5-10 years. That description generally incorporates these key elements:

  • Physician leadership
  • Organizational infrastructure
  • Patient information management
  • Patient experience
  • IT analytics
  • Growth strategy
  • Use of management best practices, and
  • Clinical best practices/quality

Clients refer to these vision statements as their network “Constitution,” using it as a governing document as they move forward. The case studies below give more tangible examples of how these vision statements are viewed and utilized.

Director and Chief Clinical Consultant

For more information, contact:

Terrence R. McWilliams, MD, FAAFP
Director and Chief Clinical Consultant

(502) 614-4292

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White Paper - Building a Shared Vision: Your Roadmap to Success

Webinar: Creating a Shared Vision with Your Physician Network

Case Study: Building a Common Vision with Employed Physicians

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