Strategy & Strategic Planning

Strategic planning is an essential business process for health and human service provider organizations. A strategic plan provides clarity and transparency from the board on performance expectations and priorities and serves as the overall foundation for organizational infrastructure development and operating plans. However, strategy is only one factor of the overall strategic planning process. Rather, strategy and strategic planning require a scenario-based, tactical, and detailed implementation and execution plan with the right management team and performance metrics to ensure the organization is progressing toward its strategic initiatives. Amid changing reimbursement models, consumerism, and other market disruptors, a strategic plan that is both market-focused and nimble is key for sustainability in an uncertain future.


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California is launching a one-year behavioral health justice intervention services (BHJIS) project intended to support local and statewide efforts to improve first responder, emergency medical services (EMS), law enforcement, and community efforts to address behavioral health crises. The goal of the BHJIS project is to reduce arrests and jail stays, reduce forensic competency evaluations and treatment, and to connect individuals with resources and support within their own communities. The BHJIS project will run from February 15, 2022, through February 14, 2023. To select projects, the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) released a request for applications on November . . .
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