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Strategic Plan Evaluation for Long Term Care Facility

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Select the long-term care facility of your choice from any currently operational U.S. long-term care facilities, and research the strategic plan it has in place.

Provide a brief overview of the composition of its strategic plan. In addition, pay particular attention to the mechanisms it has in place for evaluating and selecting strategic alternatives. If none are readily visible, analyze the strategies in an effort to make educated assumptions on what tools might have been used, or what should have been used (i.e., needs assessments, demand analyses, etc.). Explain which strategies were/are used, and the reasons for the use of such tools.

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The case review focuses on the evaluation of a strategic plan for a long term care facility for the elderly within a specific community. The nonprofit organization has developed a plan for expanded services, with the collaboration of an outside consulting firm specializing in health care management. The solution is attached in a Word document.

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