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Employed Provider Network Shared Vision: Process and Intent White Paper
White Paper Summary
A shared vision is a view of an organization’s future state – in this case, an employed provider network – that is forged jointly by clinical and administrative leadership. HSG experiences, and published literature, validate that key administrators collaboratively creating a shared vision in concert with physician leaders and other key staff members promotes greater ownership of the vision and a greater likelihood of successfully achieving it (J. Kouzes, B. Posner, To Lead, Create a Shared Vision. Harvard Business Review, January 2009. hbr.org/2009/01/to-lead-create-a-shared-vision).
HSG’s “Physician Network: Building a Shared Vision: Your Roadmap to Success” whitepaper outlines detailed information regarding the entire shared vision process summarized above and provides several case studies to illustrate actual client utilization. This earlier publication can be downloaded at http://info.hsgadvisors.com/shared_vision_roadmaptosuccess_whitepaper. This whitepaper updates and expands the originally published elements related to actual shared vision development process and its intended utilization.
Employed Provider Network Shared Vision Content
Nine Elements of a Share Vision White Paper
Even though each employed physician group’s vision for its future is unique, the nine shared vision element categories reviwed in the Your Roadmap to Success: Nine Elements of a Shared Vision White Paper tend to be a recurring theme. Not coincidentally, proficient accomplishment of these elements and their associated strategies predict the network’s ability to drive health system success, to be leveraged to produce value, to be perceived as an asset instead of a liability, and to become a high performing organization.
Building a Shared Vision: Your Roadmap to Success White Paper
HSG’s Physician Network: Building a Shared Vision: Your Roadmap to Success Whitepaper outlines detailed information regarding the entire Shared Vision process summarized above and provides several case studies to illustrate actual client utilization. This whitepaper updates and expands the originally published common elements.