CLEVELAND CLINIC Weston, Florida
By Svetlana Alpin
SWOT analysis was done on Cleveland Clinic in Weston, Florida. The assessment was performed by the identification of mission, vision, values, and objective of the company to understand the external and internal elements of the facility. The research brings attention to the working culture, the implementation tactics, the available gaps, the available opportunities, and the strengths of the company to be able to solve arising issues.
The key focus in this presentation is scrutiny of the elemental input, achievable outcomes, and suggestions on the possible changes to make service delivery more effective.
Cleveland Clinic is located in Weston, Florida along the 2950 Cleveland Clinic Blvd off Weston Road.
It is a non-profit clinical group.
Quality of care, investigation of problems, education of the consumers
Becoming world-class leaders, healthcare education, and patient experiences
Specialized care through research and education
Qualified support team
Efficiency and affordability of medical care
Quality service provision through the application, evaluation sharing of new technology (Cleveland Clinic, n.d)
Quality through standardization of services
Innovation by the encouragement of implementation practice
Team effort through collaboration and sharing
Integrity- adherence to regulation
This is done in
Commitment to Honesty, Trust, Respect, Dignity, Transparency, and Confidentiality
Service and compassion (Cleveland Clinic, n.d).
In healthcare- the assessment of strategic planning through realistic objectives.
It helps in the re-evaluation of implementation tactics and pathways for successful outcome development by identifying
S – Strengths
W – Weaknesses
O – Opportunities
T – Threats
Specialized care in the diverse fields
Global reach (Coutre, 2017)
Certified Professional experts
Availability of resources from donations and partnership
Great use of technology (blog, news, apps, search bars)
A good reputation
ranked as the first in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale metro area by U.S News & World Report (Cleveland Clinic-b, n.d).
Too much diversification
Possibility of poor documentation
Vulnerabilities in accountability and responsibility management in the health system
There is no indication of the presence of a charge responsible for the health system
Limited standardization of equipment
An increasing trend in self-management
Capitalization on the bargaining power
Opportunity for development of big data management
Diversification into more community development
Non-profit healthcare already exists in many places
The sustainability of its growth is dependent on the availability of infrastructure
Lack of a stable healthcare environment
Legislation reform, has unclear direction of the future of healthcare
Strengths and weaknesses define the working of the internal structure, available resource, and optimization of the usability
Opportunities and threat define the external issue
Cleveland Clinic show more room for growth
The bigger picture is the maximization of the strategies
Cleveland Clinic. (n.d). Mission, Vision & Values. Retrieved from https://my.clevelandclinic.org/locations/euclid-hospital/about/mission
Cleveland Clinic-b. (n.d). Cleveland Clinic Florida – Weston. Retrieved from https://my.clevelandclinic.org/florida/locations/weston.
Coutre, L. (2017, October 07). Cleveland Clinic strengthening its global grip. Crain’s Cleveland Business. Retrieved from https://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20171006/news/137941/ampltbampgtcleveland-clinic-strengthening-global-gripampltbampgt
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