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Medical and business managers are often so preoccupied with immediate issues
that they often lose sight of their ultimate objectives. Each manager
focuses on a particular area of expertise and the broader business
objectives may not always be in view. Business objectives are the key to
success, and without a strategically developed plan of tasks and goals, key
objectives will not be met.
That's why a business review or preparation of a strategic medical
communications plan is a virtual necessity. This is one of many factors that
contributes to a successful business plan, and without it a business is much
more likely to fail. A sound plan should:
A strategic plan can provide the foundation and framework for a business
plan. A strategic plan is not the same thing as an operational plan. The
former should be visionary, conceptual and directional in contrast to an
operational plan, which is likely to be shorter term, tactical, focused,
implementable and measurable. As an example, compare the process of planning
a vacation (where, when, duration, budget, who goes, how travel are all
strategic issues) with the final preparations (tasks, deadlines, funding,
weather, packing, transport and so on are all operational matters).
- Serve as a framework for decisions or for securing support/approval.
- Provide a basis for more detailed planning.
- Explain the business to others in order to inform, motivate & involve.
- Assist benchmarking & performance monitoring.
- Stimulate change and become building block for next plan.
A satisfactory medical communications strategic plan must be realistic and
attainable so as to allow managers to think strategically and act
MedWrite International has the expertise necessary to create a strategic
medical communications plan that will support your business objectives and
guide your group to success.