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SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Presentation
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  • 1. HealthLink Miami Valley SWOT Analysis Strategic Planning February, 2002 HealthLink Miami Valley
  • 2. SWOT Analysis
    • Internal Environmental Analysis
      • S trengths
      • W eaknesses
    • External Environmental Analysis
      • O pportunities
      • T hreats
  • 3. HL Strategic Planning Task Force
            • Rudy Arnold
            • Bill Bines
            • Roy Chew
            • Janet Grant
            • Pam Morris
            • Art Pickoff
            • Marilyn Rodney
            • Richard Schuster
  • 4. SWOT Process
    • HL Strategic Planning Task Force
        • Mission and Vision Review
        • Brainstorming
        • Affinity Grouping
    • HL Network
        • Output Review
        • Suggestions for Improvement
    • HL Strategic Planning Task Force
        • Finalize SWOT
        • Input to Strategic Plan
  • 5. Strengths
    • MIS infrastructure (GDAHIN and AgencyLink)
    • Health system capacity
    • Outreach activities
    • Collaboration with wide representation
    • CAP funding and national network support
    • Concerned community
    • Concerned employers
    • SCHIP expansion participation
    • Organized planning approach
    • Community size
    • Community based medical school
    • Medicaid managed care infrastructure
    • Job Center
    • Human Service Levy
    • Not tied to only one organization
    • History of community innovation
  • 6. Weaknesses
    • Comfort with status quo
    • Health system capacity
    • Self interests
    • No funding for coverage expansion
    • Crisis orientation for health care
    • Fragmented existing funding
    • MIS systems with low participation
    • Lack of dedicated organization
    • Lack of system coordination
    • Invisible, silent population
    • Consumer awareness and stigma of accessing safety net
    • Little past state/community innovation
    • Engagement of policy makers
    • Community priorities in conflict
    • Consumer mistrust of health care system
    • No long term vision
    • Don’t understand root causes of our historically high uninsured rate
    • Lacking affordable insurance market for small business/ individuals
  • 7. Opportunities
    • Political focus on the uninsured
    • Community collaboration and involvement
    • Continued CAP funding
    • Leverage additional funding support
    • CareOhio complimentary initiative
    • Medicaid managed care expansion
    • Create new coordinated service delivery system
    • Budget crisis presents openness for change
    • Further develop HL infrastructure
    • Educate and empower for access
    • Obtain State and National recognition
    • Leverage GDAHIN and AgencyLink integration
    • CAP network sharing
    • Integrate medical education service
    • HIPAA
  • 8. Threats
    • Lack of political priority
    • Potential for unproductive conflict within HL
    • Worsening economy
    • Lack of risk taking
    • No f/u funding
    • Interest of the community not sustained
    • Loss of current funding for care of the uninsured
    • Uninformed public
    • Ineffective solutions promoted
    • Too grant focused
    • Job Center stigma
    • Decrease of current health system capacity
    • Crowd out by employers
    • Barriers
  • 9. HL Strategic Planning SWOT Capacity Assessment Advisory Council Input Strategic Planning Process Mission and Vision HealthLink Miami Valley Strategic Plan for the Uninsured Town Hall Input Consumer Focus Groups Stakeholder Analysis HealthLink Miami Valley

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