Carefully read the Evolution of the Health Communities Initiatives, Case # 22 located on page 317 in Darr, Farnsworth, & Myrtle’s Case book. In this case study, students will evaluate an example of nof-for-profit hospital leadership planning how to take its activities to a level with greater impact ad sustainability several years after initiating healthcare services for diverse, underserved communities.
UNIT LEARNING OUTCOME Compare and contrast non-profit and for-profit health care entities. (CLO 3 and 7)
Considering the findings from a community needs assessment, develop a framework from which to base operational, financial, and strategic decisions. (CLO 3 and 7)
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