For many healthcare organizations, the gap between strategy and execution continues to widen at a time when they can least afford it.  These essentials offer a solid foundation they should use to develop their people so they can bridge this gap and meet their business goals. Advancing the organization and achieving business success require developing new products, finding new markets and building enabling systems and infrastructure. For healthcare organizations, this may mean offering e-visits, teaming with insurers to benefit from new payment models, or developing informatics capabilities. Regardless, keeping execution aligned with the strategy is one of the most difficult challenges in running a healthcare business. In the current environment the task seems more daunting than ever due to the following: As with most challenges, they are not insurmountable and meeting them comes down to ensuring the basics are in place. Delivering desired outcomes depends on project-focused competencies and a culture of execution. The key professionals in your organization who are responsible for advancing your strategy through new products, new markets, and new systems must have a solid foundation of competencies and be supported by a culture and structure that drives execution. demand suppl

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