Critical Elements of Business Plan Development - Part 1 & 2
OR Directors and Business Managers will gain tools and process to develop and present an effective Business Plan for new services, facilities, equipment, technology, supplies, and staff. Surgery programs are expensive. As programs grow and change over time, investments are often required. However, in order to obtain the investment, a justification, or business case, must be developed. A business case is a formalized statement that delineates the costs, revenues, benefits, and risks of any investment, such as new/renovated facilities, services or programs, equipment, technology, supplies, and staffing. This program will identify and examine in detail all of the required elements of a well-designed business case and how to obtain/develop them. In addition, case studies of successful business cases will be presented with opportunities for participation by the attendees.