Building Strategic Partnerships For Whole Person Care: The Bancroft Case Study
July 27, 2023
As the value chain in the health and human service field evolves to reward integrated care coordination and care delivery, executive teams of most specialty provider organizations are going to have to make a choice—do they build those service and coordination systems on their own, or do they create partnerships to align complementary resources (e.g., expertise, perspective, access to resources) to drive that strategy.
Partnerships can also extend beyond integrated service and care delivery to drive innovation—such as making work more efficient or identifying novel solutions. In developing partnerships, executive teams should consider the characteristics and culture of the partner as well as the alignment of the organizational mission and strategy. During this one-hour live presentation, Karen Lindgren, Ph.D., Chief Clinical Officer at Bancroft, will discuss the process of examining an organization’s strategic resources and service gaps as a critical step in determining what is needed from a partnership. She will also describe how partnerships meet service line, technology infrastructure, and research goals.
Executive attendees of this session will learn:
- The strategic benefits of partnerships
- A process for identifying and creating ideal partnerships
- Key factors in vetting potential partners
Karen Lindgren, Ph.D., Chief Clinical Officer, Bancroft
Karen Lindgren, Ph.D., is the Chief Clinical Officer at Bancroft. She oversees Healthcare and Nursing Services, the Applied Behavior Analysis Center of Excellence, and quality assurance across the organization. A licensed psychologist, Dr. Lindgren has more than 25 years’ experience in neuropsychological assessment and treatment of brain injury and neurological impairment. She joined Bancroft in 1997, as a senior neuropsychologist at Bancroft NeuroRehab, and served most recently as the program’s senior director, supervising rehabilitation therapies in Central and Southern New Jersey, managing clinical staff and maintaining several university partnerships. Dr. Lindgren has clinical affiliations with the graduate programs at Drexel University, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Immaculata University, is well published in her field, and has presented information in the area of neurological development, neuropsychological assessment, neurotoxic exposure, and interdisciplinary treatment of brain injury.
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