User Generated >> Hospital SWOT Analysis:
-Location (Bronovo Ziekenhuis)
-Capacity-Large no. of beds
- A lot of medical and surgical sub-specialties (US News Ranking)
- Level 1 trauma center and availability of urgent unit
- Availability of library and training classrooms and equipment and enable scientific research (affiliated with Northwestern Medical)
- Skilled and expertise medical staffs
- On site testing equepments-- CT/MRI/LABS
- Updated training and skills of medical and non-medical staff
-Patient centered care
-high standards of quality, cost-effectiveness and patient satisfaction
things to research on for this portion:
patient waiting time?
staffing for departments and workload? i.e.(occasional understaffed departments and high workload on hospital staffs?) we'd have to find out this information
is there a negative to being an academic hospital?
- Location of hospital serves large population, more available connections, and resources.
- Ease of the public transportation to the hospital
- Well known hospital with good relationships and form collaboration with primary care facilities (referrals?)
- Ability to expand in hospital departments and health care services
- Presence of highly qualified competitors near the hospital (Rush, Univ of Chicago, Advocate Healthcare Network)
-insurance changes and medicaid/Medicare cut (not a large portion of payments, but still substantial at ~20%)
- law suits and penalties by the Department of Health ( found this online as a general threat for all hospitals, we don't have to use it)
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