Strategic Planning and Its Epidemiological Basis
Develop a mission statement for a health care organization based upon its population served.
Identify sources of epidemiologic data which can be used for strategic planning in a health care organization.
Apply the steps in the strategic planning process to favorably position a health care organization within the next 5 years.
Utilize epidemiologic methods to project the demand for health care services in a community.
KeytermsCapacity building Market Mission Stakeholders
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