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    Mission and Vision
    Vision
    DNA provides service that is responsive, supportive, and cooperative, and is delivered with professionalism through ethical behavior, collaborative practice, and respect for all participants in the process.
    Our organization builds its foundation on integrity in both business practice and intellectual presentations. We seek to continually engage ourselves with the re-engineering of health care education to new levels that keep pace with the constant changes of the medical industry by challenging our efforts with imagination, creativity, and enthusiasm in all we do.
    Mission Statement
    The purpose of DNA is to educate existing practitioners on the effective use of new drugs brought to market. Its focus is to elevate the existing knowledgebase of healthcare providers whose responsibility it is to improve patient care through educational practice and application.
    After reading the Vision and Mission statement.
    (1) Identify the priorities of DNA's management
    (2) What three words jump out at you?
    (3) Why do they jump out at you?
    (4) What do you think this says about the company?
    (5) What implications might that have on training?

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    Mission and Vision
    Vision
    DNA provides service that is responsive, supportive, and cooperative, and is delivered with professionalism through ethical behavior, collaborative practice, and respect for all participants in the process.
    Our organization builds its foundation on integrity in both business practice and intellectual presentations. We seek to continually engage ourselves with the re-engineering of health care education to new levels that keep pace with the constant changes of the medical industry by challenging our efforts with imagination, creativity, and enthusiasm in all we do.
    Mission Statement
    The purpose of DNA is to educate existing practitioners on the effective use of new drugs brought to market. Its focus is to elevate the existing knowledgebase of healthcare providers whose responsibility it is to improve patient care through educational practice and application.
    After reading the Vision and Mission statement.
    (1) Identify the priorities of DNA's management
    (2) What three words jump out at you?
    (3) Why do they jump out at you?
    (4) What do you think this says about the company?
    (5) What implications might that have on training?

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