Strategic Planning & Marketing in Health Care
The Marketing Plan must contain the following sections:
Provide a brief summary of the marketing plan.
State the objectives of the strategic plan.
Explain how your marketing plan will achieve specific objectives and support the organization’s business plan and strategic plan.
Describe the organization’s products and services
Explain how these products and services meet the needs of the organization’s determined customer base.
Include relevant aspects from the SWOT analysis you conducted in Week Two.
State the competitive advantage your plan provides.
Internal: Include an analysis of the role of leadership and employees, the communication processes, and the culture of the workplace.
External: Include an analysis of socioeconomic, legal, ethical, political, and technological factors that could affect the organization.
Describe how data, based on the quadrants presented in the Boston Consulting Group Matrix, would apply to your marketing plan.
Describe the marketing opportunities and marketing goals for your chosen HCO.
Explain the marketing strategies that are employed in your plan.
Apply market segmentation to your plan based on the target markets you have identified.
Explain how database marketing was used or why it was not included in your marketing plan.
Discuss methods of performance evaluation and monitoring that will be used to evaluate the success of your chosen healthcare organization’s marketing plan.
Explain why reports for a particular timeframe (weekly, monthly, quarterly) would be important and how you would use feedback in these reports to control the future of your marketing.
Provide a conclusion that summarizes your marketing plan. Include persuasive statements that explain how your marketing plan supports the goals of your chosen healthcare organization’s strategic plan.