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Business Planning Suite Webinar
Johns Hopkins Medicine is a $6.5 billion institution that engages in dozens of business activities annually that require due diligence and careful business planning.
Given the scope and importance of due diligence activities within The Johns Hopkins Health System, there was an increasing need to standardize the communication around what information is required and how it may be collected so all parties are aware of the expectations. Developed by the Financial Analysis Unit at the Johns Hopkins Health System, the Due Diligence Assessment Guide helps standardize a substantive due diligence process that can be adapted to a wide range of business opportunities.
For years, Johns Hopkins Medicine leadership found it challenging to determine how to allocate limited resources because no two business plans were ever alike. They also needed a better way to evaluate off-budget cycle opportunities. In 1997 their business unit created a Comprehensive Business Plan Development Guide that is now used system-wide and has been applied to all key initiatives.
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Join us for the complimentary webinar as we discuss Johns Hopkins Medicine's effective Business Planning Suite. Hosted by Ronald Werthman, Vice-President of Finance/Treasurer and CFO Johns Hopkins Health System/Hospital, the webinar will focus on Johns Hopkins Medicine's highly effective approach to Due Diligence and Comprehensive Business Planning.
Topic: Business Planning Suite
Includes Comprehensive Business Plan Development Guide and Due Diligence Assessment Guide
Date: Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
Time: 3:00pm EST
Host: Ronald Werthman
Vice-President of Finance/Treasurer and CFO Johns Hopkins Health System/Hospital
Registration is limited. Sign up now to discover how streamlining your due diligence process and instituting a comprehensive business plan can improve the effectiveness of your hospital's business methods.
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