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Case
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Reference no. 397-004-1
Authors: - BAMM Ltd (British Association of Medical Managers)
Published in: 1997

Abstract

The case study focuses on the role of clinicians on business planning in acute hospitals. The chronology of the business planning process is used to highlight the way in which the roles of Clinical Director and Directorate Manager are shaped. A number of key processes are analysed such as the internal development of business plans and business cases, alignment of Directorate plans with the corporate business plan, discussions between Directorates and purchasers of their services. The formulation of a model which optimises the clinical input into organisational processes is presented at the end of the case study.
Location:
Size:
GBP70 million
Other setting(s):
1994-1995

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Abstract

The case study focuses on the role of clinicians on business planning in acute hospitals. The chronology of the business planning process is used to highlight the way in which the roles of Clinical Director and Directorate Manager are shaped. A number of key processes are analysed such as the internal development of business plans and business cases, alignment of Directorate plans with the corporate business plan, discussions between Directorates and purchasers of their services. The formulation of a model which optimises the clinical input into organisational processes is presented at the end of the case study.

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Location:
Size:
GBP70 million
Other setting(s):
1994-1995

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