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How to manage healthcare partnerships
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How to manage healthcare partnerships

About this Guide

As healthcare organizations, systems and networks focus on providing a continuum of care in primary care services, acute in-patient care and post-hospital care, new partnerships and relationships are formed. This how to guide looks at the key role the Internal Communication function plays in integrating new partners and communicating information about the partnership internally.

You will learn how to:

  • Communicate the strategic reasons for the partnership and the business goals behind the partnerships
  • Create a plan and set objectives for communicating information about internal and external partners
  • Keep messages consistent across your organization, and to all employees in the partnership
  • Overcome resistance to changing work practices brought about by the introduction of new partners

Author

Tim Vaughan

Tim Vaughan

Editorial Director, Poppulo

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